‘Oru Kuprasidha Payyan’ is undermined by quite a few problems and critically lacks the intrigue that could have made a difference. Its overwhelming generic obviousness makes it a slow sinking ship that tugs down along with it a few genuine, terrific performances as well.
Soumya Sadanandan’s film feature debut is majorly marred by some bland writing that fails to hold itself all together. Which is why, ‘Mangalyam Thanthunanena’ strikes you as a vehicle with a flat tyre that is quite unlikely to make a move across viewer hearts.
The brilliant source material is what makes Ajith Kumar’s directorial debut a forceful watch that depicts the tragic underside of a land that forever leaves fresh streaks of blood all over itself even before the older stains have dried off. It’s a sobering, significant film that draws you right into the turbulence that it depicts, and which throws a multitude of questions on your face leaving you tussling with the gruelling answers.
The A-list when it comes to fantastic performances from women actors in Malayalam in 2017, comprises of five actors, three of whom are fresh faces that hold a lot of promise. Here they are!