Amal Neerad’s Mammootty ‘Mass Act’


Bhishma Parv Trailer Review: Mammootty and Amal reunited in ‘Bhishma Parv’ almost 15 years after Neerad Big B. The film promises a feast of engaging slow motion and dramatic language.

The opening sequences are reminiscent of Bollywood’s ‘Sarkar’ and Hollywood’s ‘The Godfather’.

A strong leader of the evil forces of the Kauravas in the battle of Kurukshetra, Bhishma is also known in the Mahabharata for his uncompromising morality and advocacy of religion. Mammootty plays a similar role as Michael, the leader of a powerful criminal family who must strike a balance between family and religion.

Bhishma Parv Trailer Review

The film is a complete Mammootty show, and watching him in slow motion on the big screen is a visual delight. Sushin Shyam’s dynamic background soundtrack completes the thrilling experience.

This action-crime drama is successful because of Mammootty’s baritone bursts and excellent stunt work. The narrative addresses current social concerns such as honor killings, beef bans and caste inequality.

As the film reminds us of Kevin and Neenu (In 2018, 23-year-old Kevin P. Joseph, a Dalit Christian from Kottayam area of ​​Kerala, was shot dead after marrying 21-year-old Neenu Chacko. The will of his parents Despite Kevin.

When the title rolls in, a judge blames Neenu’s brother and nine others for killing Kevin.
Mammootty also says in the film that the family’s decision is to support two people who love each other.

Important members of Michael’s ‘Anjutti’ family are being guarded by Nadia Moidu, Soubin Shahir, Srinath Bhasi, Shine Tom Chacko and Dilesh Pothan. It was also heartwarming to see the late actors Nedumudi Venu and KPAC Lalita reunited in the film. It is a great opportunity to see his talent in the film.

They play characters who are reminiscent of the evil ‘Kuttusan’ and ‘Dakini’ of ‘Balram’ comics but command respect and grace. The use of scenes and phrases from Ram Gopal Varma’s ‘Sarkar’ was perhaps Amal Neerad’s only disappointment.

With such a beautifully written narrative, it could have been avoided even if collective action was taken.

Sudev Nair, who plays Rajan, is the antagonist in the film.

Since Mammootty is omnipotent like Bhishma, he even says that he has the power to kill himself, so Rajan has little power to stop him. Shyam’s magic works well throughout the 144-minute film, whose song ‘Parodisa…’ has become a huge hit even before the film’s release.

Despite the fact that the film is set in the 1980s, with vintage bread packets, antique cars and cassettes, VCRs and Walkman players, the production has successfully relived the nostalgia of that era.

Filmmakers and production staff deserve praise for taking us to a world before cell phones. When paired with Aanand C Chandran’s cinematography, you are left in awe.
If you like Mammootty’s Big B kind of antics, then definitely check this out.

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