Kammara Sambhavam Movie Review

  • By: nettv4u.com
  • Review for the film: "Kammara Sambhavam"
  • Runtime: 3 Hours 02 Minutes
  • Certificate: U
  • Released: 14-04-2018
  • Genre: Thriller, Drama
3 / 5.0

Kammara Sambhavam is scripted by Murali Gopy and directed by Rathish Ambat. Gokulam Gopalan produced the film and Gopi Sundar is the music director. Sunil KS cranked the camera and Suresh Urs edited the film. “Dileep” plays the lead role. Siddharth Suryanarayan, Namitha Pramod, Shweta Menon, Bobby Simha, Kenny Basumatry, “Manikuttan,” “Vijayaragahvan,” “Siddique,” “Indrans,” Vinay Forrt, Sudheer Karamana, Vanitha Krishnachandran, Anjali Nair and Simarjeet Singh Nagra are in the star cast.


Kammara Nambiar is lonely and has been mistreated by his people. He has been counting his days. He loses his sleep as his past comes before him and disturbs him. Pulikeshi is a director, who has been approached by the Indian Liberation League to direct the life history of Kammara. Pulikeshi visits Kammara and starts collecting about his past. Kammara, who was an actor during the British period, opens his flashback to Pulikeshi.

Star Performance

Dileep has done his role perfect. This is a completely different role for Dileep and the actor has just done what is expected of the director. Siddharth, Bobby Simha, Siddique, Indrans and the others have done justice to the roles given. Namitha doesn’t have a big role, but has done her role pleasantly.


With Murali Gopy’s script, the film is entirely different. The first half of the film is realistic and the second half is just the opposite. The second half gets the political skin and becomes a bit odd. How a traitor becomes a hero and a good-hearted person is showcased as a traitor is beautifully shown. Music and the technical works are good and impress the audiences.

What’s There?

  • Performances of Dileep and Siddharth
  • Good cast selection
  • Script and screenplay get thumbs up
  • Music scoring is good

What’s Not There?

  • The second half is out of the genre
  • Slow motion shots didn’t impress


The film is a complete treat to Dileep fans, who were expecting this film for a long time. Although it has some flaws in the second half, the movie is overall good and it is a One-time watch!