Madhuram Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Mahesh Bhuvananandh
- Fahim Safar
- Ahammed Khabeer
- The performance of the stars are neat
- New script and a decent screenplay
- The film is technically sound
- A very few minor flaws found
Madhuram is scripted and directed by Ahammed Khabeer. It is co-scripted by Ashiq Aimar, Vihar Padala, and Fahim Safar. Sijo Vadakkan and Betrand Yella produced the film. Mothukuri Ramu and Jithin Stanislaus cranked the camera, and Mahesh Bhuvananandh and Mahesh Thikkireddy edited the film. Nikhila Vimal, Arjun Ashokan, Joju George, Shruti Ramachandran, “Indrans,” Chandni Pournami Athreya, Sai Vaishnavi, and Pradeep Mallapuram are cast.
Sabu, Ravi, Thaju, and Kevin had been in the bystander’s room in a hospital. They have their stories with different problems. They couldn’t handle the problems, and they were out of their control, and hence they had to accept those as they were. They have relationship issues, family problems, and much more. How they learn to handle those issues forms the rest of the plot.
Joju had always performed well in emotional movies, and the same goes with Madhuram. Nikhila Vimal, Indrans, and Arjun Ashokan had also done an excellent job.
The film deals with various issues one faces in life and how they could solve them. There are many emotional scenes where the actors make us feel that they are not actors but people we cross daily. The casting team should be appreciated for picking up the right cast. Many of the characters seem to be authentic, and though they face issues, they have some positivity. The cinematography is excellent, and the music department too. The production and technical values are good.
What’s Not There?
Madhuram has a lot of emotional moments, best performances, and good direction. This film will be the right choice for people who love real-life stories and flawless performances!