Magalir Mattum - A Feel good movie... Go for it with your family!
Directed by Bramma, this movie is dedicated to all the women whose efforts are not being recognised on a daily basis. It celebrates the women whom we see everyday in our day to day life. Its not Preachy, nor a remake of the yesteryear hit flick. Its Fresh, energetic, lovely and a feel-good movie.
You would fall in love with each and every character when you come out of the cinema hall. That's the impact the movie created on each one of us.
The movie is about the three women Goms, Rani, Subbu who unite after 36 years with the help of Prabha who takes them for a three day trip to celebrate their golden days.
With the ensemble cast, was the movie able to deliver the best and capture the audiences attention? To know more read our review below:
|Release date: 15 Sep 2017||Genre: Drama|
|Cast: Jyothika, Saranya Ponvannan, Urvashi, Bhanupriya, Livingston, Nasser and many others||Written & Director by Bramma|
|Music by Ghibran||Cinematography Manikandan S|
|Edited by CS Prem||Production company 2D Entertainment, Chris Pictures|
|Distributed by Sakthi Film Factory||Runtime: 140 Minutes|
|Language Tamil||CBFC Rating 'U'|
- Jyothika stands as a pillar of the whole flick. Looks lovely and delivers her best.
- Oorvasi steels the show with her expressions and dialogue delivery. Its definitely fun watching her.
- Saranya Ponvannan and Bhanupriya gives their best, they pull us through their emotions.
- Cinematography is good.
- Editing is neat.
- The climax could have been better.
The entire cast of this film has given their best. Jyothika as Prabha comes as a great support for the film. She looks pretty and is full of energy, her character stays in our mind even after coming out of the theatres.
Oorvasi, Bhanupriya, Saranya Ponvannan adds extra spice to the flick. Its a fun-filled ride with a tinge of emotions. They give us all the relief. Makes us laugh, think and understand each and every women's sacrifice.
Oorvasi as usual makes us laugh with her expressions and dialogue delivery. Bhanupriya pulls us through her emotions and Saranya Ponvannan scores it with her expressions.
Nasser as Bhanupriya's husband gives a neat and clean performance. The girls who play the younger version of the three women are aptly chosen and they perform well.The Team
This film is technically brilliant. Cinematography needs a special mention. Manikandan succeeded in capturing the emotions of the characters and every shots were well placed.
Ghibran's songs are good and well picturized. Songs are placed correctly and the Bgm elevates the scenes. It supports the movie throughout. The screenplay could have been better. Editing is crisp and neat.
Bottom line - A must watch for all... A movie that praises womanhood.. Simple Feel-good movie.
Certified Fresh - YES!
Stars - 3/5