Film: Ayyappanum Koshiyum
Cast: Biju Menon, Prithviraj Sukumaran, Sabumon Abdusamad
Reviewer: George Sylex
Overview - Well for a beginning you can't thump this film for being the regular old action film, It stands apart from the rest on account of an incredible all-around told plot that yes is simple yet works well, Prithviraj and Biju Menon function admirably together and plays both their parts very well great and prideful. Sachy's Ayyappanum Koshiyum sets new standards for a genre that plays it safe and predictable too often.
Story - Koshi Kurian (Prithviraj Sukumaran) is a resigned havildar from the Indian armed force who in on his approach to Ooty by means of Attappady. He caught in the act by the police for conveying alcohol since Attappady is a precluded zone. While Koshi attempts to get away from the charges utilizing his cash and impact, Ayyappan Nair (Biju Menon) the senior cop who is mainstream for his solid ethics, and qualities, enlists his arrest. This episode wounds the goliath sized conscience of Koshi who intends to vindicate his affront. This outcome in the endless contention among Ayyappan and Koshi.
Analysis - Sachy didn't squander when to get into every character. There are no excessively chivalrous sections of some other tricks in his character Portrayal. As the film basically rotates around two men, their consciences and manliness additionally appeared in a sensible way. The film is about three hours in length however, that doesn't leave any watchers exhausted. In spite of having an exceptionally basic plot still, the portrayal of the film finishes with praiseworthy work. Each and each character sketched so well thus a lot of ordinary yet practical scenes.
Star Performances - Ayyappanum Koshiyum is a masterstroke casting - we find a workable pace incredible, truly innovative actors playing one another. Prithviraj Sukumaran got an intriguing and layered character to play and with simply his mannerisms, we comprehend what his character is. As a seasoned actor, this must come normally to him. Obviously, his flexibility unrivaled. Biju Menon once again displays the knack of showing what really happens when you give a good actor the right part. Let's talk about the supporting cast, it is Ranjith who plays Koshi's ruling dad Kurian, Gowri Nanda, who shows up as Ayyappan Nair's wife and tribal extremist Kannamma, and Anil Nair who plays the senior cop who stand apart with their stupendous exhibitions.
Direction, Cinematography, Music - Ayyappanum Koshiyum is a movie that breaks all the cinematic liberties of a customary mass film. This is basically a great work by Sachy on the best way to make a three-hour film by depending for the most part on dialogues and acting. Sudeep Elaman's cinematography is dazzling and truly outstanding as of late. Jakes Bejoy's music functions admirably with the account.
Overall - The film is a full stuffed entertainer with extremely solid Performances from the lead just as supporting characters. This is Sachy's best work to date. An ideal demonstration of male vanity and lethal muscularity.