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Lucifer Movie Review

Lucifer Movie Review Malayalam Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Lucifer"
Runtime: 2 Hours 54 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 28-03-2019
Genre: Drama, Thriller
3.5 / 5.0



"Lucifer” is a political thriller scripted by Murali Gopy and directed by Prithviraj Sukumaran. This is his debut direction venture. The film has a huge star cast including the Complete Actor “ Mohanlal,” Manju Warrier, Sachin Khedekar, Vivek Oberoi, “ Saikumar,” Indrajith Sukumaran, Kalabhavan Shajon, Nyla Usha, “ Fazil,” Suresh Chandra Menon, Shivaji Guruvayoor, John Vijay, “Nandhu,” Bala Kumar, Tovino Thomas, Shaun Romy and Adil Ibrahim. Deepak Dev composed the music and Sujith Vassudev cranked the camera and Samjith Mohammed edited the film. Ashirvad Cinemas bankrolled the film on a large scale.


After the death of PK Ramdas, the CM, his party is in a confused state to pick up a lead. At that time, Bobby, the son-in-law of Ramdas, comes with a package of offers to the party people, to make him the successor. But, there comes Stephen Nedumpally, who obstructs his dream. Stephen is none other than Ramdas’ close aide. Did Bobby manage Stephen to get his position? Watch the film in theaters!

Star Performance

Mohanlal has performed naturally as usual. Right from his intro scene, till the climax, his fans could enjoy the film throughout. Vivek Oberoi has done his best in his debut Mollywood film. Manju did a great job, as usual. Saikumar, Tovino Thomas and Kalabhavan Shajon had also done justice to their roles. Indrajith’s performance also needs a special mention.


Murali Gopy has scripted the film in his style. The characters are neatly written and the star selection is superb and they have done their best. The first half has a lot of stylish moments and it is definitely a treat to Mohanlal fans. The second half has some punch dialogues to impress the fans. Although there are strong punches, the second half looks a bit odd. The music and the cinematography are superb. Manju’s scenes are neatly designed. A couple of scenes showcase her ability to emote extraordinarily. Her combination scenes with Vivek Oberoi gets the appreciation.

What’s There?

  • The screenplay is quick and narration is interesting
  • Performances of the stars are extraordinary
  • Good Launchpad for Vivek Oberoi

What’s Not There?

  • Certain scenes in the second half give an odd feel


With the usual political story, Prithviraj has excelled in his narration and has succeeded as a good director. Except for a very few errors, the film has nothing negative. Lucifer is a perfect film not only for Mohanlal but for Manju too. Lucifer is definitely a mass entertainer that satisfies all class audiences.