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Aadya Rathri Click to look into! >> Read More... is scripted and directed by Jibu Jacob Jibu Jacob is a Mollywood cinematographer and dire >> Read More... . Biju Menon The tall, dark and handsome Biju Menon started his >> Read More... , Aju Varghese Aju Varghese is an Indian film actor, born to Varg >> Read More... , Anaswara Rajan Anaswara Rajan is a young actress working primaril >> Read More... , “ Vijayaraghavan Vijayaraghavan is an Indian actor from Kerala, who >> Read More... ,” Pauly Valsan Pauly Valsan is an Indian film and theatre actress >> Read More... , Sarjano Khalid Bio coming soon... >> Read More... and Manoj Guinness Manoj Guinness is a Malayalam film actor. He is be >> Read More... are in the cast. Sadhik Kabeer is the cinematographer and Bijibal is the music composer.
Manoharan is the marriage assembler in Mullakkara. The people believe that he is the right person to bring the right match to the youth. He had been in the field for 22 years. But, his field entry was accidental. While he is in the village searching the right matches, none had an idea to have their own choice of their partner. But, at a certain stage, Manoharan had to change his idea about love and marriage. What made him think so? Watch the movie and get the answer.
Biju Menon had performed excellently and impressed the audience as usual. Aju had got a solid role and his performance is fantastic too. Anaswara, Sarjano, Pauly Valsan and Vijayaraghavan had done their part well.
The film has a decent storyline and a good screenplay. The narration by Jibu is good. The movie goes on at the right pace and didn’t have any boring scene. The timely comedy is fantastic and the stars did their best while delivering the comedy scenes. For a comedy scene, the chemistry between the stars is very important and it is perfect, here. The film has something for society too. The music and the visuals are top-notching.
What’s Not There?
The film has a lot of wonderful performances and a message for the society. Aadya Rathri – Watchable!
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