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Kumbalangi Nights

Kumbalangi Nights

2 hrs 15 mins | Comedy Drama
Release Date : 07 Feb 2019
Director : Madhu C. Narayanan
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Kumbalangi Nights is a Malayalam comdey-drama movie, helmed by debut Madhu C Narayanan. The movie stars Fahadh Faasil, Soubin Shahir, Shane Nigam, Sreenath Bhasi etc., in the lead roles. The trailer suggests that the movie would be a realistic tale with emotional elements as well. Shyam Pushakaran has penned the script of this movie. 

Bobby (Shane Nigam), Shaji (Soubin Shahir) and their half-brothers lead a simple life in a small, old house in Kumbalangi. While working for a fishing firm, Bobby falls in love with tourist guide Baby Mol (Anna Ben). Baby Mol’s family runs a homestay and her elder sister (Grace Antony) recently got married to Shammy (Fahadh Faasil). Bobby’s brothers take the marriage proposal to Baby Mol’s family only to get...
  • Madhu C. Narayanan
  • Dileesh Pothan
  • Fahadh Faasil
  • Nazriya Nazim
  • Syam Pushkaran
    Kumbalangi Nights stands out with the unique way of storytelling and some stellar performances by the actors, especially Fahadh Faasil. Don’t miss this one..!!
Music Director: Sushin Shyam
  • Cherathukal
  • Uyiril Thodum
  • Ezhutha Kadha
  • 110 days ago
    Watched the movie twice.. Excellent movie! beautiful cinematography and songs.. the fact which captured me was that the character shammi’s anger is not shown by himself but has been brought out in the scenes from the reaction of people around him and the objects in the surroundings and by the awesome background scores.. even without his presence in certain scenes!! And we audience imagine the scene in our mind which didn’t happen in front of us. what an awesome ‘make belief’.. wat a cinema! This is craft! (I’ve heard Mohanlal saying in few interviews that for him acting is ‘make belief’ and making audience believe something happened. I never completely understood his statement until i saw in this movie..he is not there though, but i felt scenes where Fahad’s ‘Shammi’ is involved or rather non-involvement portrays that essence very well). The movie brings in different aspects in each scene.. addressing various issues .. woman, man, job, religion, love, discrimination, patriarchy.. and all beautifully captured in the awesome location of kumbalangi was a treat to watch. some scenes and issues does not leave our mind even after watching the movie.. the dialogues r also good... with natural comedy along the flow.. Soubin owned it.. he had different shades to act and perform.. Fahad was awesome in his role.. so did each of the other characters. Every single character was important. Kudos to the entire team and to film making!
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