Oru Murai Vanthu Parthaya, which has actor Unni Mukundan in the lead role has hit the theatres, today. The film grabbed the attention of the viewers with its title, which has been borrowed from the famous song of the film Manichithrathazhu.
Oru Murai Vanthu Parthaya is a romantic-comedy
entertainer set in the backdrop of a village. The film has been
directed Sajan K Mathew and written by Abhilash Sreedharan.
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The story of Oru Murai Vanthu Parthaya is set in the
backdrop of an imaginary village called Mallapuram, where wrestling
competitions are common. The movie revolves around the life of a
guy named Prakashan(Unni Mukundan), who is also an electrician by
profession and a part-time wrestler. Prakashan has a crush on
Aswathy(Sanusha) but doesn't reveal that to her. Then
Parvathy(Prayaga Martin) enters the life of Prakashan, which leads
to some interesting incidents.
Unni Mukundan has given a good performance as the village guy
Prakashan. The actor is improving with each film and he has
definitely learned a lot from his past mistakes. Prayaga Martin
looked extremely beautiful as Parvathy and she is definitely here
to stay. Sanusha does a decent job as Aswathy. Aju Varghese does
come in the role of an astrologer and delivers exactly what is
expected from him. Special mention to Bindu Panikker and Suraj
Venjaramoodu, who kept the humour content intact.
Script & Direction
Sajan K Mathew has successfully packaged the product and the
presentation looks fresh. The film could have gone the predictable
way, but the director displayed some brilliance to save the film.
The fantasy element has worked out pretty well. But, the director
could have worked a bit more to avoid certain dramatic
Script written by Abhilash Sreedharan is interesting. The writer
has smartly inserted some surprise elements that would work well
with the audiences.
Songs & BGM
The film has musical score by Vinu Thomas. Two songs, Arikil
Pathiye and Muzhuthinkal Vaanil, stand out. BGM stands close
to the mood of the film.
Dhaneesh Ravindranath, who debuts through this film has done a
decent job in capturing the beauty of the village.
Oru Murai Vanthu Parthaya is a clean family entertainer
with a bit of fantasy element, that would keep you engaged.