Margamkali is a romantic comedy entertainer directed by Sreejith Vijayan Bibin George Namitha Pramod Shanthi Krishna ldquo Siddique rdquo Baiju Santhosh

Margamkali Movie Review

Margamkali Movie Review Malayalam Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Margamkali"
Runtime: 2 Hours 22 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 02-08-2019
Genre: Romance, Drama
3 / 5.0

CAST & CREW


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Margamkali is a romantic comedy entertainer directed by Sreejith Vijayan. Bibin George, Namitha Pramod, Shanthi Krishna, “ Siddique,” Baiju Santhosh and Hareesh Kanaran are in the cast. Listin Stephen is the producer. Gopi Sundar is the music director.

Plot

Sachi is from a wealthy background and his parents didn’t have communication with each other. Sachi is a communicator for both of them. Sachi’s friends are Antappan and Unni. Unni gets rejected by a girl named Urmila. So, Unni wants to take revenge on Urmila. Another Urmila enters now. Sachi and Urmila have some complex in their appearance. What happens when they meet? Did Sachi forgets his past love and settles with his new love? Watch the film to know the rest.

Star Performance

Everyone had played excellently. Right from Namitha and Bibin to Baiju, Shanthi Krishna and Siddique, every star had rendered a genuine performance.

Analysis

The script is good and the treatment is interesting. The cast selection is good. Namitha fits in her role well and emotes perfectly. The characterization is good. The music-loving Sachi’s dad uses varieties of music instruments. Gopi Sundar’s music is fantastic and it gels well with the script. The limited comedy makes the audiences feel better. The production and technical values are good. However, we could feel some traces of Sreejith’s previous film.

What’s There?

  • Script, screenplay and the narration are okayish
  • Music and cinematography are good

What’s Not There?

  • Some sequences seem to have been carried out from the director’s previous film

Verdict

The film has a lot of interesting sequences. Although it is not a must-watch film, it is definitely a one-time watch!