Ajagajantharam Movie Review: A Power- Packed Action Film With No Women Character
The Malayalam action comedy film directed by Tinu Pappachan has been released on Thursday 23 December. IMDb rating of the film Ajagajantharam is 8.9 out of 10.
The Malayalam action comedy film directed by Tinu Pappachan and written by Kichu Tellus along with Vineeth Vishwam has been released on Thursday 23 December. IMDb rating of the film Ajagajantharam is 8.9 out of 10. The film is produced by Emmanuel Joseph and Ajith Thalapilly under Silver Bay Studios.
The film cast includes Tinu Pappachan, Antony Vargese, Arjun Ashokan, Chemban Vinod Jose, Sabumon Abdul Samad , Lukman Luku, Vineeth Vishwam and Jaffer Idukki.
In the film Ajagajantharam, Antony Varghese plays the role of Lali who doesn't have the patience to control his anger. Lali even doesn't have the sense to behave properly in wedding functions or at a temple Festival. He is the keeper of an elephant and with the help of his elephant, he attacks people in ceremonies where people quarreled with him. In one of the festivals, he meets his match Kannan played by Arjun Ashokan.
The first part of the film shows actors getting associated with different fights. The second part of the film shows big stunts when two main rivals attack each other. The film takes the audience in a situation showing what actually happens in most of the temples festivals. It is completely an action drama with no other elements added. It shows the fire in the blood of young men leading to huge fight sequences.
Something most unique about the film is that there is not even one women character in the flimsy story of the massive fights but this doesn't seem to affect the film in any way. Violence is seen to be the result of men's ego bursting out in case of which neither is good script is required not women character. The film mainly revolves around the night of 'pooram' festival held at a temple.
The Cinematography in the film by Jinto George worked perfectly in the film by making it more engaging to watch. The temperament of the characters in the film matches well with the music provided by Justin Varghese. The 121 minutes film gives the best action but less sense of what it is actually portraying.