Friday, 14 June 2013

Left Right Left - Malayalam Movie Review

Left Right Left - Malayalam Movie Review

 Directed by     Arun Kumar Aravind
Produced by     M. Renjith
Written by     Murali Gopy
Music by     Gopi Sunder
Cinematography     Shehnad Jalaal
Editing by     Arun Kumar Aravind
Studio     Rejaputhra Visual Media
Release date   June 14, 2013
Country     India
Language     Malayalam


Murali Gopy
Remya Nambeesan
Hareesh Peradi



LRL is the story of few lives that got toiled up between the politics of the land, people and politicians.
The story begins the flash back of 3 people Indrajith,  Murali gopy and Haresh Peradi, incidents that changes or moulds the person that they become later in their life and the rest of the film teaches how those changes their lives, for ever.

Its after a long time that a socio-political film has released in Mollywood. It deals many issues that we are familiar with. But the main concentration is on communist parties, and their prominent leaders. The film also discusses the downfall of the communism in the state and various aspects like money greed etc which lead to change from once 'common peoples party' to a 'party for people with power or money' .

LRL is a must watch for those who (or used to) live & breath communism. The film is full of powerful dialogues and visuals, which even non-communists & common man can identify very well with. It also questions the 'existence of opportunist politics'.

The film gives many goosebumps which will be with you even after you leave the cinemas. Every single actor, even those coming in single scene, have done terrific job. But still Hareesh Peradi definitely deserves a special mention. He was simply outstanding as the leader of one faction in communist party. He overtook in all aspects Sivaji Kovoor who played similar character in 'Arabikadha' and won tons of accolades.

The BG work by Gopi Sundar is outstanding, suiting the pulse and feel of the movie. His songs are also god, especially the Cheguvera number.

Director-Editor Arun Kumar has done a very good job. Kept up his reputation. Camera work was also good.

Didn't find any negatives worth mentioning in the film, eventhough the length (2.45hr) could have been shorter. After EAK Indran-Arun-Murali team has delivered yet another gem.

The claps that these three got is an extremely positive hint of changing times.

All in LRL is a film to be watched, felt and carried in your hearts for a long time.

Verdict: Excellent

Rating: 4.5/5

Box Office: HIT+

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