Njan (2014) Malayalam Movie Review | 5 Critic Reviews | Dulquer Salman, Jyothi Krishna, Anumol


Dulquer Salman, Jyothi Krishna, Anumol, Shruthi Ramachandran, Saiju Kurup, Sajitha Madathil, Renji Panicker

Njan (2014) Malayalam Movie Posterdirection:



T. P. Rajeevan (Novel - 'KTN Kottoor: Ezhuthum Jeevithavum')





Manoj Pillai



produced by:



weird aggregate rating Njan 6.2/10Malayalam



release date:

run time:
170 minutes


Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  Times of India -Aswin J Kumar Rating-6
Ranjith has a way of switching between periods and placing his characters beyond the confines of time and space. The demonstration of this ability was perceivable in Palerimanikyam Oru Pathirakolapathakathinte Katha, a factor that enabled him to condense an extensive narrative

  •  Rediff -Paresh C Palicha Rating-5
I, Me, Myself' is the flavour of the season in Malayalam films if you go by titles. First there was Hi I'm Tony by Lal Jr, then there was Rajeev Ravi's Njan Steve Lopez and now director Ranjith has come out with deceptively simple Njan. There is no similarity in the concepts or the subjects of these

  •  Filmi Beat -Akhila Menon Rating-8
Ranjith is back with yet another artistic flick, Njaan. The movie is an adaption of the Magical History novel, K T N Kottur Ezhuthum Jeevithavum written by T P Rajeevan. Dulquer Salmaan plays the title character K T N Kottur and young journalist Ravi in the movie. Njaan is produced by

  •  Now Running -Veeyan Rating-6
A searing, compassionate film set against the backdrop of the freedom struggle, Ranjith's 'Njan' narrates the story of a man torn to shreds, as he tries to come to terms with the internal strife buried deep within his self. Devastated, he makes a silent exit from the world, leaving behind a trail

  •  Indiaglitz Rating-6
When coming up with his new film 'Njan', director Ranjith was in all awe about offering Dulqar is first very serious role in a period drama. Based on  'K T N -Kottur Ezhuthum Jeevithavum', written by T P Rajeevan, the movie but drowns in its own weight and fails to involve its viewers

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