Jeem Boom Bhaa is scripted and directed by Rahul Ramachandran The film is co-scripted by Vivek Raj and Limu Shanker Askar Ali Aneesh Gopal Anju Kurian Neha

Jeem Boom Bhaa Movie Review

Jeem Boom Bhaa Movie Review Malayalam Movie Review
Review for the film " Jeem Boom Bhaa"
Runtime: 1 Hour 58 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 24-05-2019
Genre: Comedy, Thriller, Drama
1.5 / 5.0



Jeem Boom Bhaa is scripted and directed by Rahul Ramachandran. The film is co-scripted by Vivek Raj and Limu Shanker. Askar Ali, Aneesh Gopal, Anju Kurian. Neha Saxena, Baiju Santhosh and Kannan Nayar are in the cast. Aparna Balamurali plays a cameo role. Sachin VG produced the film. The music composition is by Jubair Mohammad and PS Jayahari. " Anoop V Shylaja" is the cinematographer.


Basil Kanjikuzhi and his friends have dreams to make entry into the films. Basil wants to be a director, Kunjumon Chacko aspires to be a cinematographer and Rohini Karthika wants to be a hero. These guys didn’t get the right opportunity. When they plan to celebrate the New Year’s eve they get an alcohol bottle, which has a great story behind it. But, these guys don’t know about the wealthy story. A lead actress faces a threat and is tumbled how to get out of it. What is the link between these people? Did they all get their problems solved?  Watch the film in theaters!

Star Performance

The stars have performed as per their character’s requirement


With a weak storyline, the makers had started this project. The screenplay is not interesting too. Characterization is unimpressive. The second half seems to be lengthy. Totally it looks like a half-baked product. The cinematography and music are okayish.

What’s There?

  • Aparna’s cameo appearance

What’s Not There?

  • Script, screenplay and execution are unimpressive
  • The second half is lengthy
  • Characterization is not neat


The makers had made a film without a proper script. If the script is weak, some makers would conceal it with the screenplay and neat narration. Here, we are provided with an unimpressive script, weak screenplay and inexperienced narration. If you have no movies to watch this week, then you could choose this!