Vellimoonga is comedy entertainer directed by Jibu Joseph. The movie stars Biju Menon in the lead role. The actor, who is active in the field with supporting roles, is playing the lead role in a movie after a long gap. Nikki Galrani plays the female lead in the movie. Vellimoonga is produced by Bhavana Media Vision.
Mamachan (Biju Menon) is a bachelor politician in his early 40s.
Unlike his father, who was a pure Gandhian, Mamachan is a new
generation politician, who is extremely cunning. He always makes
sure that he stays in the limelight in any situation. He is the one
who mixes politics with family life and always gets into
The major issue in Mamchan's life is his bachelorhood. He is
desperate to get married and searching for a suitable bride. After
a series of incidents, Mamachan falls in love with Lisa (Nikki
Galrani), who is much younger than him. He tries to win her heart
in so many ways and gets into some unexpected situations. This
forms the rest of the story.
Cast and Performance
Biju Menon perfectly plays Mamachan and excels in the role with
his amazing comic timing and the Kanjirapally dialect he uses in
the movie. The role is a break for the actor, who is getting
stereotyped with the supporting roles. Aju Varghese
makes a perfect comic pair for Biju Menon and did a good
Nikki Galrani doesn't have much to do in the film. Asif Ali's
cameo appearence deserves a special mention. The other actors
including KPAC Lalitha, Lena, Tini Tom, Kalabhavan Shajon,
Siddique, Sunil Sukhada and Sasi Kalinga played their parts to near
Script and Direction
Joji Thomas's script is light and engaging. The movie revolves
around a simple plot with ample fun factor; thus makes the film
worth to watch.
Debutante director Jibu Joseph has done a good job by bringing
out the perfect performance from the actors.
Vishnu Narayan's cinematography manages to maintain the
simplicity and enhance the beauty of the simple plot. Editing by
Sooraj is fine.
Songs and Background Score
Bijibal did a good job with background score. The title song is
good while the other songs are just fine.
An average entertainer.