ldquo Poomaram rdquo is the musical drama film scripted and directed by Abrid Shine Besides directing the film Abrid co-produced the film with Paul Varghes

Poomaram Movie Review

Poomaram Movie Review Malayalam Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Poomaram"
Runtime: 2 Hours 32 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 15-03-2018
Genre: Drama
3 / 5.0



Poomaram” is the musical drama film, scripted and directed by Abrid Shine. Besides directing the film, Abrid co-produced the film with Paul Varghese. The film features Kalidas Jayaram in the lead role. Archita Aneesh, Neeta Pillai and Joju George are in the star cast. Kunchacko Boban and Meera Jasmine are seen in the cameo appearances as themselves. Faisal Razi and Gireesh Kuttan composed the songs and the background score is by Gopi Sundar. Gnanam cranked the camera.


The Youth Festival in the Mahatma University starts and two rival colleges, Maharajas College and St Teresa College are fighting for the championship. During the youth festival, the University’s atmosphere is completely beautiful with music, dance practices, clashes and competitions. While everything was going on well, an unexpected thing happened to one of the colleges. Will they overcome the situation and make use of it for their success? Watch it on the silver screen!

Star Performance

Everyone, who is cast in the film, has performed well and this is one of the greatest advantages of the movie. Kalidas has put a great effort to make his role, projected. The girl, who played the student leader of St. Theresa College need a special mention.


Abrid Shine, who directed Action Hero Biju, has come with a musical script. He has designed an excellent college atmosphere in this film. Friendship, competitions, rival colleges and lot more are there to enjoy this film. The artist selection is perfect and all the stars are the good performers. However, some incidents make us feel that they are not natural, including Kalidas’ speech amidst his pals.

What’s There?

  • Beautiful star cast and wonderful performance
  • Neat script and execution
  • Cool visuals and good music

What’s Not There?

  • Some scenes seem to be artificial
  • Certain scenes should have been cut


Although the film has its own flaws, it impresses the students. Many of the audiences would go nostalgic while watching Poomaram. If you are a youth film lover, this will definitely attract you.