Mohabathin Kunjabdulla is scripted and directed by Shanu Samad. The film has the star cast of Balu Varghese, Indrans, Renji Panicker, Rachana Narayanankutty,

Mohabathin Kunjabdulla Movie Review

Mohabathin Kunjabdulla Movie Review Malayalam Movie Review
Review for the film " Mohabathin Kunjabdulla"
Runtime: 2 Hours 15 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 23-08-2019
Genre: Drama
2.5 / 5.0



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Kunjabdullah sets a journey from Mumbai to find out his childhood friend Aleema. He starts from Mumbai and reaches Trivandrum. He crosses many towns and cities to reach Wayanad, to find out his friend. Kunjabdullah is good at his heart and he leaves his memory with everyone, whom he visits. Finally, did he meet his childhood sweetheart? Watch the film to know about it.

Star Performance

Indrans is a perfect fit. He did his job without any flaw. All the supporting stars had rendered what is asked from them.


The script is good. The screenplay is neat in the starting stage and after a certain sequence, it started traveling towards something, which is not essential for the script. The songs gel well with the story and hence they didn’t seem to be forcedly inserted. The star casting is good and all the stars fit in the role well and did justice to the given roles. The cinematography and editing are good.

What’s There?

  • Script and the performances of the stars are the biggest pluses
  • Music is natural and impressive

What’s Not There?

  • Certain scenes seem to be unnecessary for the script


Mohabathin Kunjabdulla is a good movie with a lot of love and sentiments. It proves the existence of humanity. If certain sequences had been concentrated well and hadn’t get deviated from the track, the film would have been a bit more interesting.