Kammatipaadam is the action thriller, which stars Dulquer Salmaan. The movie is directed by Rajeev Ravi and scripted by P Balachandran. Kammatipaadam is produced by Global United Media.
Here we present the cast and crew of the movie and some
interesting location stills... Have a look....
Krishnan is a 42-year-old man, who lives in Mumbai. He comes
back to his hometown Kochi, upon the request of his best friend
Gangan. Krishnan has a hidden agenda in his mind. The movie depicts
the story of Krishnan and his village, Kammatipaadam.
Cast & Performance
Dulquer Salmaan, who essays Krishnan, has improved immensely as
an actor and has portrayed the transitions of his role
Vinayakan and stage artist Manikandan deserve a huge round of
applause, for the mesmerising, utmost natural performances.
Shaun Romy, the newcomer who plays Krishnan's lady-love Anita,
is a good find ( A special mention to Srinda, the actress has
dubbed for Shaun in the movie).
The rest of the star cast, including Suraj Venjarammoodu, Soubin
Shahir, Vinay Forrt, Shine Tom Chacko, P Balachandran, Amalda Liz,
Alancier, Manikandan, Muthumani, etc are also perfect in their
Script & Direction
Rajeev Ravi once again makes a mark with his unique style of
film-making. He has succeeded in narrating P Balachandran's
well-written script, in an extremely realistic way.
Kudos to Rajeev for bringing the best out of his actors. It is
not a typical action-packed gangster film but the story of the
survival of a group of youngsters.
The first half of the movie is super-energetic while the second
half is more intense and dark-shaded. The consistently slow pace of
the movie may irk the racy movie lovers.
Madhu Neelakandan's brilliant cinematography has nicely captured
the old and news shades of Kochi and Mumbai. A huge round of
applause for the casting director of the movie, who has done
his/her job brilliantly.
The music score composed by Vinayakan, K, and John P Varkey goes
hand-in-hand with the mood of the movie. Among the songs, Para
Para composed John, stands out with its exceptional
Kammatipaadam may not satisfy the normal audiences who
expect an action-packed gangster flick. Strongly recommended for
the serious film lovers.