Review: Mumbai Police

Mumbai Police Movie – Malayalam, a psychopathic cum fiery investigative scripted flick which I have seen in Malayalam after such a long time. I don’t personally believe that there is anything special in the direction part by Rosshan Andrrews(considering the fact that Cassanova wasn’t a stabbing success in his career), major leading actors including Prithviraj (in as ACP Antony Moses) or Jayasurya (in as ACP Aryan John Jacob) and Rahman (in as CP Farhan). Even if I they garbed the police uniforms and known as Mumbai Police together as a ‘team’, I doubt whether they have done something inexplicable in this fab movie. Yeah! This is really a fabulous-enjoyable movie which a crazy Mallu movie viewer could fall in with. I was lil confused about, what or how to write a review about this movie? The reason behind it is a hectic factor though. 
For me, the most basic, but the counterpart during the interpretation of a good movie is its unbiased story itself. That’s what I have mentioned above! I mean, what’s so special while speaking about ‘Mumbai Police’? Story, uh? Yeah! Bobby-Sanjay combination has once again proved their deliberate epic symbol on the writing part and showed us that, they are inconclusively still awake for heating their brain cells for the audience. Hence, I’ll give the whole ratings and applauds to these 2 gentlemen, who have had worked so hard on generating a tonic story part and give us a very thoughtful piece of script.
 
You aren’t suiting well with the behavior and attitude of a police officer, Appu. Could have been much better, if you show the kind of tempestuous nature which is a must character for a police officer in the movie. It doesn’t mean, ya have disappointed the viewers in any way, but we are expecting enough from your inborn acting skills.

The BG score did by Gopi Sunder and cinematography by R. Diwakar were all set in an unbeatable quality for a  mystery tagged movie like this. 

VERDICT: A must watch one for the viewers, who could accept the hidden ‘realities‘ happening in our current society and appreciate this team as a whole for the courage they had put together in its making.

Review: Trivandrum Lodge


As a teenage viewer, I guess “Trivandrum Lodge” is a highly recommendable option for the teenagers and adults of 20-30 age, since the script reveals some (may be FULLY) diligence in maintaining the MASALA PART included sequences and talk-outs, which was handled by the new Mallu sparky director, Mr.V.K.Prakash. Being frank, when the movie had trespassed in to the big screen, I felt this one as a PAKKA A-padam class. This feeling curled throughout the movie, EXCEPT the scenes between Anoop Menon and Bhavana by the 2nd half and the climax part. Rest of all, onnum parayanilla. Para sex related unanimous subtends by Jayasurya, Saiju Kurupp and that “THADI VECHA APPOPPAN”. Thesni Khan rocked throughout the movie as a whore and her funny conversations in dealing with those stuffs were little breath-taking though. Honey Rose showed off her gorgeous looking assets and ATTITUDE as a MODERN 21st century beauty, which can be considered as a substantive attempt from her. The versatile kings in the industry, Janardhanan and Sukumari did their role as better as they can with kinda notable dialogues and expressions and Jayachandran’s debut into the field of acting is an acceptable one, even though he couldn’t handle in expressing the dialogue part. It’s a kind note that, Jayasurya-Anup Menon combination worked well here on this flick too even though it does not have any prominence over the current social issues of this year, but can be included under another “Ee Adutha Kalathu” movie title quality only. 

 The love story between the two lovely cum young kids visualised through this flick expels a variety of thoughts for the whole Mallu viewers since they were under the spells of LALETTAN-MAMMOKKA trend for the past 50-60 years. Apart from that, this movie can be titled under a ‘CHANGE’ by the new genre youngsters.The songs composed by Jayachandran and background score by Bijipal rocked as always and Najeeb (ISS fame), who had sung the melody song in the movie, is just HILARIOUS in all respects.

So putting all these MASALA’s in to consideration, Trivandrum Lodge is a watchable movie for ADULTS only.

 PS: I haven’t spoken much about the plot of the movie. If you wish to know about it, check it out here in Wiki bro. 😀 
Rating: 3.8/5