Rasam (2015) Malayalam Movie Review | 5 Critic Reviews | Mohanlal, Indrajith Sukumaran

Rasam Review

cast:
Mohanlal, Indrajith Sukumaran, Varuna Shetty, Ambika Mohan, Nedumudi Venu, Devan, Mythili Balachandran, Rajesh Rajan
Rasam (2015) Malayalam Movie Posterdirection:
Rajeev Nath
story:
Sudip Kumar
screenplay:
Sudip Kumar, Nedumudi Venu, Rajeev Nath
dialogue:
cinematography:
Krish Kymal
music:
Job Kurian, Vishwajith
produced by:
Group Ten Entertainments
language:
Malayalam
Weird Aggregate Rating Rasam 4.2/10genre:
Drama
run time:
105 minutes
censor certification:
U

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Rasam Malayalam Movie Review

Critic Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)

  •  Times Of India | Review By -Deepa Soman Rating-6
For anyone who is deeply fond of cooking traditional Kerala feast and feeding guests, Rasam is a delight though food is not the film's hero. It acts as the prime ingredient in connecting the story's characters and makes the episodes delectable. Rasam is the story of a youngster

  •  Malayala Manorama | Review By -Padmakumar K Rating-5
It's a plain narrative toeing the lines of culinary traditions in Kerala. Shekhar Menon (Devan), an affluent Keralite based in Qatar, desires to serve Kerala's traditional cuisine to the guests at his daughter's wedding. The culinary desire takes him to the doorstep of Valliyottu Thirumeni

  •  Rediff | Review By -Paresh C Palicha Rating-3
Rasam, directed by veteran filmmaker Rajeevnath, has little going for it. In the film, a traditional cook is sent to a Gulf country to cook for the wedding feast of a Malayali millionaire’s daughter. The plot reminds one of Kalyanaraman (2002), directed by Shafi, that told the story of a family

  •  Now Running | Review By -Veeyen Rating-4
The best moment of Rajeev Nath's 'Rasam' comes at the very end of the film, when you get to see Mohanlal pour some Payasam on to a neatly laid out plantain leaf, and scoop it up with his fingers much to the amusement of a couple of Arab men sitting nearby.

  •  Indiaglitz | Rating-3
Coming from seasoned director RajeevNath, famous for his serious, art house movies, 'Rasam' featuring Indrajith and Mohanlal was expected to be a lighter film with food as the main lead. But offering little food for thought or entertainment, the movie ends up as one that fails

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