Bheeshma Parvam Review: Mammootty, Soubin Deliver Kickass Performance

    Big B Mammootty Bheeshma Parvam Review is out. The movie is an audience delight and will surely thrill the box office. It treats you with scenes of flamboyance, signature slow motions and whistle blowing dialogues. The movie which opened in theatres today is a reunion of Mammootty with ace filmmaker Amal Neerad, who directed him in the cult film Big B. So does this gangster drama ready to cheer the box office?

    The movie turns the clock to the 80s and the filmmakers engages the audiences quite remarkably revisiting of the olden times, by refreshing our memories showing old packing of a modern bread, vintage cars and the days of cassettes, VCR and walkman.

    In Bheeshma Parvam, Mammootty, as Michael, plays the character as the honcho an powerful family seeped in crime and does the balancing act between family and dharma. Soubin has delivered great performance in this movie alongside mammukka.

    The film is Mammootty package and watching him in slow motion on the giant screen is a visual spectacle. The background score by Sushin Shyam and adds to the extravaganza by giving your eyes a total treat.

    Bheeshma Parvam Review: A Whistle Blowing Show by Mammukka

    Mammooty’s baritone voice and superb action scenes combined with his screen charisma are enough to make this action crime drama a huge success at BO. The story relates to the current prevailing social issues like honour killing, beef ban and caste discrimination. It particularly takes a stand against honour killing as the movie starts by reminding us of Kevin and Neenu when the credits pan out.

    Mammootty also makes a bold statement in the movie that the family’s decision is to stand with any two individuals in love with each other.

    The performance of other actors and characters in Michael’s ‘Anjootti’ family are noteworthy and they play their part brilliantly – Nadhiya Moidu, Soubin Shahir, Sreenath Bhasi, Shine Tom Chacko and Dileesh Pothan. It was also very endearing to see late actors Nedumudi Venu and KPAC Lalitha on screen again and was a great chance to watch their acting prowess.

    Bheeshma Parvam Movie Review
    Bheeshma Parvam Movie Review – Total kickass performance by Mammukka

    The characters played by them will easily remind you of the wicked ‘Kuttoosan’ . The only disheartening element in the movie is reminding you some of the scenes from Ram Gopal Varma’s ‘Sarkar’. For a story so powerfully done, it could have been avoided.\

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    Sudev Nair, plays Rajan, the antagonist in the movie. However, Mammootty is all-powerful like Bheeshma and even says that he has control over his own death, so there is very little Rajan could do in such a scenario. The song ‘Parudeesa…’ was already a hit even before the film’s release and Shyam’s magic works well throughout the duration of the movie.

    On March 3rd, Mammootty’s son Dulquer Salman starrer ‘Hey Sinamika’ co starring Aditi Rao Hydari, and Kajal Aggarwal also opens in theartres. The romantic film directed by choreographer Brinda Master is being released in four languages, including Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada.

    Dulquer Salmaan plays the character of Yaazhan, a Radio Jockey, which has several women technicians working on it. Preetha Jayaraman is the cinematographer of the film, which has editing by Radha Sridhar.


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