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Aadupuliyattam Movie Review

Aadupuliyattam Movie Review


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Critic Reviews Aadupuliyattam

  • Times Of India | Review By -Sanjith Sidhardhan Rating-5/10
For a horror-comedy to work, it should either have horror or comedy in doses that entertain the audience. Aadupuliyattam, except for the first 15 minutes, has neither. If Aadupuliyattam was trying to set the horror-comedy genre going in Mollywood, it doesn't quite take off. With an average and predictable storyline and jokes that fall flat, the movie fails to hold its viewers' attention and becomes an insipid affair real fast.
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  • Filmi Beat | Review By -Akhila Menon Rating-5/10
The director has improved a lot and has been able to package the film without much glitches. But, still he falls short on providing the necessary chills which is much required for a horror-thriller. The director could have worked much more on that.Aadupuliyattam is nothing new and is an ordinary horror movie which might turn out to be a watchable one for the lovers of the genre.
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cast: 
Jayaram, Ramya Krishnan, Om Puri, Sheelu Abraham, Ramesh Pisharody, Saju Navodaya, Akshara Kishor, Sudheer Karamana, Sampath Raj, Kalabhavan Mani, Asha Sarath, Siddique, S. P. Sreekumar, Pradeep Kottayam, Valsala Menon, Thampy Antony, Nelson
direction: 
Kannan Thamarakkulam
story: 
Dinesh Pallath
screenplay: 
Dinesh Pallath
dialogue: 
Dinesh Pallath
cinematography: 
Jithu Damodhar
music: 
Ratheesh Vegha
produced by: 
Haseeb Haneef, Noushad Alathur
language: 
Malayalam
genre: 
Horror
run time: 
145 minutes
censor certification: 
U/A

Plot Synopsis
King Udayapandyan ruled some provinces of Tamil Nadu, 600 years ago. He fell in love with a huntress named Mathangi (Ramya Krishnan), married her and built her a bungalow near the forest. When Udayapandyan is defeated in a war, he takes shelter at Mathangi's bungalow and she vows to take care of the king. She sacrifices her life before the deity Bhadrakali, to save the life of King Udayapandyan. However, Mathangi's spirit continues to stay on and a yogi (Om Puri) performs certain rituals to rein in her spirit. When this myth continues, it affects the life of a well-known businessman Satyajith (Jayaram), who leads a happy life with his family.