Veeram Movie Review 2017
Veeram Movie Review 2017 An adaptation of Macbeth and a ballad from North Malabar, Viram tells the story of the legendary protagonist Chandu Chakarwar, his heroic acts, the story of women in his life and betrayal till his end.
Story: An adaptation of Macbeth and a ballad from North Malabar, Viram tells the story of the legendary protagonist Chandu Chakarwar, his heroic acts, the story of women in his life and betrayal till his end.
Review: The fifth installment of director Jayaraj in the Narasis series, has taken a new spin on the ballad of the warrior Chandu’s Northern Malabar and the acts done in his life, from which he goes above the ranks in the form of a leader before crime and paranoia. . Down to him
Although the story of Chandu Chekhar and his betrayal is familiar to most Malayals, director William Shakespeare draws similarities in Macbeth’s latest venture.
From the beginning of the film, the director does not delve much into the past of Chandu (Kunal Kapoor), rather he chooses to show his hero as a warrior through a spectacular duel sequence. On the victorious path, Chandu and his trusted aide Kelu visited a black magician who predicted that the moon would soon reach the rank of a Commander and then become the Overlord.
The first prophecy is coming soon, it is a matter of Chandubhai’s sowing seeds of ambition that how the second truth will come true. Soon, the duel between the disintegration of the two states – Kundumani soon poisoned the mind of the saint to deceive Arumala, his beloved Kuthimani (Divina Thakur) family, on the other side led by Chandul’s ruler and relative Aromal and on the other. Crime and distraction that came with such an act turned them down to the end of their days.
Chandulal performs quite impressive as Kunal Kapoor, especially in the first half a courageous combat warrior and a crazy vascular in the next. He is condescending before betrayal and after that Kunal performs extraordinary performance in the form of an uncharted Chandu, in the form of Divya Thakur, clever and merciless Kuthmani, who eventually loses his mind, complements the character of Kunal well. . The other characters played by Shivrajit Nambiar by Himas Venkatasamy and Aromam also do justice in their roles.
The main credit of the film definitely goes to the technical team – especially CGI, sound, costume and art department. Before the release of the film, the filmmaker had made it clear that the role was on the technical department of the film rather than the cast. Duels and forts have been presented with brilliantly with special effects in the background and Ajanta and Ellora combines the glory of the film in place of the caves.
The dialogues of the film are in North Malabar and the film itself uses characters in the form of the object, while conforming to Kalaripayattu, Thayam and Macbeth in the field.
Where the movie is full, there is a lack of an entertaining and engaging script, which is very important when describing a familiar story for a Malayali audience. While focusing on making the movie only 144 minutes long, it is not enough. However, there are some epic moments in Dulle in the movie, which are about to remind Hollywood’s 300 films. And for a Malayalam film, there is no point in fulfilling this.