CAST & CREW
Varthamanam is written by Aryadan Shoukath Aryadan Shoukath is an Indian filmmaker and a poli >> Read More... and directed by Sidhartha Siva He was born on 5 May 1985. Kaviyoor Triuvalla is t >> Read More... . Aryadan Shoukath produced the film in association with Benzy Nazar. Ramesh Narayan Ramesh Narayan was born on November 3, 1959, in Ka >> Read More... and Hesham Abdul Wahab Hesham Abdul Wahab was born on 14th October, 1990 >> Read More... composed the music. The BGM was scored by Bijibal Maniyil Bijibal Maniyil is an Indian composer and a singer >> Read More... . Azhagappan cranked the camera and Shameer Muhammed Shameer Muhammed is Malayalam Film industry editor >> Read More... edited the film. played the lead role. Roshan Mathew Roshan Mathew is a young Indian actor who made his >> Read More... , Dain Davis Dain Davis is a well-known and renowned Indian act >> Read More... , , “ Siddique Siddique, who is a Malayalam film actor, producer, >> Read More... ” and Shahid Afreedi are in the cast.
Faiza Sufiya goes to Delhi to complete her doctorate on a Malabar-based freedom fighter, Abdu Rahman Saheb. She faces some issues in the University, being secular in her ideologies. She had to lock horns with the people who don’t synch with her thoughts. What happens to Faiza? Was she able to manage the problems? The rest of the story deals with this.
Parvathy has done her best, as usual. Roshan is good in his role. The rest of the cast had done what is required.
The film deals with various ideologies and the main character is designed as a secular person. In certain situations, people from her side are against her. The writer and director don’t want the film to move with just the communal issues but had dealt with it in a different way. BGM is used whenever needed and it suits the mood well. Similarly, the cinematography is neat and Mussoorie is captured well. The casting team had done a decent job in picking up the right artists. The climax comes with a punch that makes everyone think deeply and question themselves.
What’s Not There?
The story starts with a strong note and ends with a huge punch. Many a time, the dialogues are sharp and make the audience recollect the past happenings. Although the film is overall good, the climax is so strong and is the main part. Varthamanam – watchable!
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