ldquo Athiran rdquo is scripted by PF Mathews and directed by a debutant Vivek The film has Fahadh Faasil Sai Pallavi Atul Kulkarni Renji Panicker Prakas

Athiran Movie Review

Athiran Movie Review Malayalam Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Athiran"
Runtime: 02 Hours 15 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 12-04-2019
Genre: Drama
2.5 / 5.0



Athiran” is scripted by PF Mathews and directed by a debutant Vivek. The film has Fahadh Faasil, Sai Pallavi, Atul Kulkarni, Renji Panicker, Prakash Raj, Shanthi Krishna, Sudev Nair, Leona Lishoy, “Nandhu,” Surabhi Lakshmi and Vijay Menon. Century Kochumon produced the film under Century Investments banner. PS Jayahari composed the songs and Mohamaad Ghibran composed the Background score. Anu Moothedath cranked the camera and Ayoob Khan edited the film.


Sai Pallavi is in a mental asylum and she is from a royal family. Atul Kulkarni, the doctor, gives her the treatment and there is no improvement. When the rest of his patients are moving here and there, Sai Pallavi locks herself in a place and doesn’t move anywhere. Fahadh comes there as a newly appointed doctor. He gets irritated to see the unconventional treatment methods of Atul Kulkarni. Did Atul allow Fahadh to follow special treatment for Sai Pallavi? What happened next? Watch the film in theaters!

Star Performance

Sai Pallavi proved once again that she could do any roles with ease. She doesn’t have dialogues, but with her eyes and body language, she attracted the viewers. Fahadh Faasil and Atul Kulkarni did their part well, as usual. Renji did justice to his role.


The script is good, but the screenplay could have been better. The cast selection is extremely good and the stars did their part well. The BGM by Ghibraan is stunningly good and the cinematography is neat. If the screenplay had been better, then the film might have reached a different level.

What’s There?

  • The performances of the stars are stunning
  • Sai Pallavi is the show stealer
  • BGM by Ghibran gels well with the script

What’s Not There?

  • The screenplay is not impressive
  • Certain segments seem to be amateurish


With the pluses and the minuses, the film hits the screen today. If you want a movie that keeps you engaged right from the first scene, then you could go with it!