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“ Shubharathri Click to look into! >> Read More... ” is directed by Vysasan KP. “ Dileep Dileep was born in Kerala as Gopalakrishnan Padman >> Read More... ,” Anu Sithara Anu Sithara is an Indian Film and Television Actre >> Read More... , “ Siddique Siddique, who is a Malayalam film actor, producer, >> Read More... ,” Suraj Venjaramoodu Suraj Vasudevan Nair is a Malayalam actor and impr >> Read More... , Aju Varghese Aju Varghese is an Indian film actor, born to Varg >> Read More... , Shanthi Krishna Versatile and talented, Shanthi Krishna is an actr >> Read More... , Asha Sarath Asha Sarath, famous for her role in 'Kumkumap >> Read More... , Sarasa Baluserry, Nedumudi Venu Nedumudi Venu was born on 22nd May 1948. He is com >> Read More... and “ Indrans Indrans, who was born as K. Surendran, is a Malaya >> Read More... ” are in the cast.
Mohammed is all set for a Haj travel. He follows his heart and lives as a good human. He feels that his life is fulfilled after his Haj travel, as he has completed all his duties, including settling his children. Before setting his journey, he meets his past love and also becomes friendly with his relatives and friend with whom he doesn’t have good terms. A few hours before his travel, something unexpected happens. Did Mohammed make it to Haj? Krishnan lives with his wife and daughter. How does he connect with Mohammed? Watch the film for the answers!
Siddique is perfect for the role Mohammed and Shanthi Krishna is excellent with her role. Asha Sarath, Dileep and Anu Sithara are good in their roles.
The first half is a little lengthier. But, the screenplay is good and the characterization is good. The star selection is excellent and kudos to the casting team. Unlike some films that portray a particular group of people as terrorists, this showed the life of a good human from that society. The chemistry between the stars is excellent and the emotional scenes have come out well. Shanthi Krishna’s performance is fantastic in a scene when Siddique and Asha speak privately. Her expressions are awesome. The music and the cinematography are good.
What’s Not There?
If a couple of scenes in the first half had been trimmed, then the film would have been better. However, it is a good film to watch. A lot of family sentiments and emotions along with good performances make the audience go deep into the story!
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