Munthirivallikal Thalirkkumbol Movie Review 2017
Story: Panchayat Secretary Ulhasan leads to a monotonous life until the reunion of college gets enthusiasm in his 20 years of marital life and there is a renewed purpose and love reunion for everything in which he has a Had given time.
Review: Vihilimonga is the name of the director of Jihu Yakub’s Junku Yakub’s Munitivivalik Thilirkambol under the name of a Panchayat secretary, Ulhahan (Mohanlal), who is so stuck with daily grinding that he is oblivious to the happiness from his life. However, a college reunion takes him for a few decades, wants to fall in love again. And as soon as he does, he gets excitement and enthusiasm for enjoying all the things given in his life – his wife, children, friends and job.
Mohanlal is doing his 180th degree with his film after Pulimurgana in the previous release, in which he is very versatile. In the first half, the actor played the best role in his subordination, because he goes through the speed. Once he re-prepares his excitement, the entire personality screen gets a change and the liquidity that plays the role makes it pleasant to watch. Meena, who is the wife of Ullah’s wife Animema, who wants more than life, shines in the form of a housewife. Chemistry between the leading pair described every dialogue as enjoyable.
VJ James’s short story is a movie inspired by Pranayopnishad, which is being played with camera and side stories, including Anup Menon’s earring episodes and a puppet panchayat played by Suraj Wengermoduo. Most of the story develops in an apartment complex, and the friends board of Ullah, created by the middle-aged husbands played by Anhop, Elencier Le and Kalbhavana Shajon, makes a fresh combo. In fact, the three also get comic one-liners who stop the story from spreading on time. For example, there is a place where Mohanlal densely describes his college days and talks about learning from the letters of his former flame; When Elnisser broke the train of thoughts, he asked, “Where else can he end?”
The strength of the film is definitely its script and dialogue written by M. Sindhuraj. There are many times where you feel that the film can go on the way of an estimate or go for the publicity, but the director and screenwriter has ensured that they kept it fresh in view of the fact that Communication can overcome all the flaws in today’s relationships. Add subplots to show different changes that occur in Ullahanan’s life when they all get to love them once again. The second half of the film, though slightly slow, is woven to keep the audience covered with another subplot. Although repayment is sweet like the wine made in the age of age, but the film could have been cut for 15 minutes.
Bizibil’s background score protects family entertainment from being unconscious, while maintaining a complete mood. Munirivalikal Thilirakambol, is one of the better family-oriented films to come to Malindi in a long time and it is worth seeing.