Madura Raja is a 2019 Malayalam action-comedy movie, written and directed by Visakh. The movie features Mammootty in the lead role. Udaykrishna has penned the script for the movie. Shaji Kumar has handle the cinematography of the movie whereas Gopi Sunder will head the music department. Madura Raja is a sequel to the 2010 blockbuster movie Pokkiriraja.
The 42 seconds long teaser of Madhura Raja is a fascinating one and it assures the audiences a full on mass entertainer. The teaser shows some glimpses of the actions sequence and also has a very powerful dialogue, which assures that Raja is back with a bang and this time he is 'Triple Strong'.
Along with Mammootty, Madhura Raja also features actors like Jai, Siddique, Kalabhavan Shajohn, Aju Varghese,Nedumudi Venu, Anusee, Mahima Nambiar, Shamna Kasim, Salim Kumar etc., in prominent roles. If reports are to be believed, the makers are planning to release the film on April 12, 2019. Madhura Raja also brings back the technical team behind the blockbuster movie Pulimurugan. Vysakh-Uday Krishna-Peter Hein are back together and cinematographer Shaji Kumar too is a part of this big project. Reportedly, Madhura Raja is a big budget venture and it was short in various scheduled. If reports are to be believed, the film has been made with a budget of around Rs 30 crore.
Madhura Raja is a complete entertainment package and it delivers what it had assured. Definitely, a film that gives 'Triple Strong Entertainment'.
Madhuraraja is the usual commercial entertainer where the most loyal fans of Mammootty would find it highly entertaining. The film will not disappoint others too but that would depend on how your approach towards mass masala flicks would be. So I once again reiterate the fact that this is that kind of a movie suitable for a festive season with its primary intention being entertaining the viewers through heavy action and loud dialogues. So leave out stuffs such as logics and content from your vicinity before going to watch the film. I found it a decent mass movie that will not inflict any damage to the protagonist character Raja who shines once again.
Udayakrishna's political commentary seems half baked and forceful. Madhuraja is a celebration of the megastar's masochism.