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Marubhoomiyile Aana Movie Review: The Film Has Nothing Much To Offer!

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Marubhoomiyile Aana, which has Biju Menon in the lead role hit the theatres on August 12, 2016. The film, tagged as a comedy entertainer has been directed by V K Prakash.

The film has its script written by Y V Rajesh. Marubhoomiyile Aana has been produced by David Kachapplly under the banner of Kachappilly Productions.

Marubhoomiyile Aana Movie Review: The Film Has Nothing Much To Offer!


Marubhoomiyile Aana takes you through the life of a guy named Suku, who is in need of money to clear some debt. He gets an assignment in Qatar which turns out to be a failure and when he returns to his homeplace, he meets a Sheikh and what happens rest forms the crux of the story.

About The Movie

Marubhoomiyile Aana has nothing much to offer for the audiences. The story is nothing new and even certain sequences of the film would give you a dejavu feel. The first half of the film might test your patience but the actors come to the rescue.

The second half of the film starts off promisingly with some good comedy numbers and interesting sequences. But, later the film falls in to the usual formats of twists and turns that are not convincing.


Biju Menon plays the lead role of Sheikh Sultan. The actor has put in his best and the way he has handled the dialect is commendable. In fact, his one-liners are sure to provide some laughter. Krishna Shankar appears as Suku and he proves his mettle as an actor.

Hareesh Perumanna scores with his witty one-liners whereas Balu Varghese is becoming a bit repetitive. It was good to see Lalu Alex back on the screen but he got a role with no difference. Samskruthy Shenoy has been hugely wasted in a poorly developed role.

Script & Direction

V K Prakash could have done a lot better but he seems to be in a hurry burry. It is a rather lazy making from the experienced director.

The script written by Y V Rajesh doesn't have a flow and the sequences don't evoke any laughter in you. The twists and turns in the film look like they have been forced in.

Cinematography & Editing

Cinematography by Ajay David Kachappily is average. V Saajan has done a good job in keeping the run time of the film under check.

Music & BGM

Ratheesh Vega has set the tunes for two songs and the song Marubhoomiyile Aana sung by Vijay Yesudas is good. Bijibal has done a good job with re-recording.


Marubhoomiyile Aana has nothing much to offer. Actors have tried their best to save the movie but a lifeless story and lazy making, make the film a disappointment.

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