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Thursday, 3 December 2015

Thilothama Malayalam Movie review

Rachana Nayayanankutty’s latest offering Thilothama underlines the fact that humor has no gender when served hot and spicy. The movie marks Rachana’s return as a central characterand a fun ride with some genuine comedy sequences.

The movie is the directorial debut of Preeti Panicker who enjoys plenty of the beginners luck.Thilothama is a laugh riot featuring Rachana Narayanankutty in the lead role.

The fun filled movie is female centric and makes a statement on our female protagonists in main stream Malayalam Cinema. But, what makes Thilothama different is the out-and-out comic treatment adopted by the debutante director.

The movie keeps almost all different types of viewers engaged throughout the running time.The movie follows Rosy, who is on the run after accidently fall witnessing a cold blooded murder. She is being chased by the culpritsand Rosy’s life is at stake. She happened to land in many places in many getupsin between her run for life.

The movie humorously chronicles Rosy’s experiences in different places and situations. Rachana Narayanankutty plays Rosy and Jija Surendran, Sona Nair, VeenaNair, Thesni Khan, Sajitha Madathil, Devi Chandana, Surabhi, Leela Panikkar, Sethulakshmi, Manakkad Leela, and Uma Nair play other important characters.

Thilothama also features male actors like Siddhique, Manoj K Jayan, Basil, Akhil, Thirumala Ramachandran, Shams Manakkad, Firoz, and Sajin in pivotal roles.

Almost all the cast members did a decent job and contribute something to the overall performance of the movie. Preeti Panikker’s script is tight and never let loose the narrations out of control.

The humor is fresh, genuine and engaging. She holds thenarrative thread firmly till the end without any fluctuations of a newbie filmmaker.

Rachana Narayanankutty is at her menacing best in Thilothama. Mollywood had seen this tone of her acting earlier in the movie Kanthari.But, she enjoys a greater level of freedom and comfort under the supervision of director Preeti Panicker and that adds effortlessness to her performance. She carries the movie solely on her shoulders at some points in the script.

Thilothama maintains a feeling of feminine energy inall the departments and will work with those who enjoy light hearted comedies.
Thilothama Malayalam Movie review
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