Lal Bahadur and Shastri (2014) Malayalam Movie Review | 6 Critic Reviews | Jayasurya, Nedumudi Venu, Aju Varghese

cast:

Jayasurya, Nedumudi Venu, Aju Varghese, Sandra Simon, Lakshmipriya, Adwaith Jayasurya, Aiswarya Nath

Lal Bahadur and Shastri (2014) Malayalam Movie Posterdirection:

Rejishh Midhila

story:

Rejishh Midhila

screenplay:

Rejishh Midhila

dialogue:

cinematography:

Eldo Isaac

music:

Bijibal Maniyil

produced by:

Jose Simon, Rajesh George

language:

Weird Aggregate Rating Lal Bahadur Shastri 5.1/10Malayalam

genre:

Comedy

release date:

21-November-2014
run time:
110 minutes
censor certification:
U

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Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  Filmi Beat -Akhila Menon Rating-5
Lal Bahadhur Shasthri, is a feel good comedy entertainer directed by Rejish Midhila. Jayasurya, Nedumudi Venu and Aju Varghese play the title roles Lal, Bahadhur and Shasthri. Midukki reality show fame Sandra Simon plays the female lead. Jayasurya's son Adwaith makes his

  •  Manorama -Arathi Kannan Rating-6
Make no mistake, the title has nothing to do with the former PM, or blood-spitting and tonsil warming hollers of patriotic display. This leads the inquisitive mind to the query on the rationale behind the name. It’s the central characters' names- Lal (Jayasurya), Bahadur (Nedumudi Venu)

  •  Times Of India -Aswin J Kumar Rating-5
The film moves around three men; complete strangers reaching a city and how they get together pursuing a stroke of luck. Lal Bahadur Shastri leaves an after-taste, somewhat similar to the first experience of the brand-less, brightly colourful candies stacked in glass jars at way-side shops.

  •  Rediff -Paresh C Palicha Rating-4
A day in the lives of protagonists who cross paths at one point in a film has become a popular template among new-age Malayalam filmmakers. Rejishh Midhila's Lal Bahadur Shastri, starring Jayasurya, Nedumudi Venu and Aju Varghese as Lal, Bahdur and Shastri respectively

  •  Now Running -Veeyen Rating-5
Director Rejish Midhila has every reason to sport a grin, for his debut film 'Lal, Bahdur and Shastri', is an unalloyed, unsoiled piece of film making that should appeal to one and all. The story of the film as such is no great shakes, but Rejish makes do with whatever he has at his disposal

  •  Indiaglitz Rating-6
'Lal, Bahadur & Shasthri' is one film from debutante director Rejiish Midhila, which has the power to engage you on screens but soon fades off as you leave the screening centres. With rich flavours of warmth, love and human bonding spread around, the movie tries hard to impress as

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5.1/10 rating from
Reviews: 6.