Film: Halal Love Story
Starring: Parvathy Thiruvothu, Soubin Shahir, Joju George
Director: Zakariya Mohammed
Reviewer: George Sylex
Overview - Halal Love Story, a film directed by Sudani From Nigeria acclaim Zakariya is another directly to streammig release in Malayalam movie industry. The trailers, and hypes have worked and the film is conveying a great deal of desires. So does Halal Love Story end up being a very much made performer? Or, on the other hand, does it fizzle? How about we examine.
Halal Love Story is set in a Muslim town close to Kozhikode. The individuals of the town are solid in their strict ideas. To dispense with the misguided judgments about their religion, the muslim panel part Rahim Sahib (Nazar Karutheny), Sheriff (Indrajith Sukumaran) and Taufeeq, a teacher (Sharafudheen) choose to make a telefilm and get the endorsement of the individuals. Siraj (Joju George), an accomplished associate director consents to coordinate the film. They persuade Shareef and spouse Suhara (Grace Antony) to assume the lead parts, as they need a genuine couple as the lead pair because of the religion committee's vision. How the shooting of the telefilm influences their conjugal life shapes the format of the story.
Since the declaration of the film, the cine goers were a lot of amped up for the film. The primary explanation behind that is their past film, Sudani From Nigeria. Like the previous, this film additionally sets in Malabar territory of Kerala. A flawless screenplay written by Muhsin and Zakariya makes it a beguiling film. There are some light situational humor that is dealt with very well. The film, which starts by contacting one of the most legitimate social issues, gradually moves the concentration into the creation of a telefilm, in this manner winding up as a sarcastic comedy. The writer director couple appears to have helpfully overlooked the underlying expectations, however. Notwithstanding, this doesn't keep Halal Love Story from turning into an endearing film.
In spite of the fact that the story and content are all around done and brings out intriguing inquiries, the issue is the film appears to veer away from the first theme and turns out to be more about misguided judgments than about the very presence of religion. Halal Love Story conveys a blustery social message, a critical one, Yet, the best part is, it does as such without losing the mind and humor. In particular, it doesn't get long-winded, nor does it digress into the lecturing mode. The scenes in the principal hour raise a laugh, in reality you wear a grin interminably. The unforeseen development in the last part gives the film that additional sheen, in this way increasing current standards.
Director Zakariya keeps you engaged with the on-screen happenings, kindness a retaining screenplay. Additionally, Zakariya's selection of actors for supporting jobs adds a ton of shimmer to different groupings. On the flipside, the film is extended in the second half [more towards the last stages]. Likewise, the execution of a couple of arrangements is plain common. Joju George's character subplot isn't completely persuaded, as it completes rapidly. Almost certainly, the film is a satire, and sarcastic movies hold offer more for the class and city-based crowds, however, the film makes no assumption of attempting to focus on the huge mass base. Regularly, the humor is whimsical and focused on the classes instead of the majority.
Halal Love Story is adorned with some fine exhibitions and Indrajith Sukumaran and Grace Antony sparkles the most on account of their prolonged screen time. Actors like Sharafudin, Joju George and Nazar Karutheny conveys their best. Soubin Shahir and Pravathy has some effect in an all-inclusive appearance. Cinematography by Ajay Menon is fine. The songs by Bijibal, Shahabas Aman, and Rex Vijayan, impeccably goes with the plan of the story. Yakzan Gary Pereira-Neha Nair team's background score is additionally acceptable with the state of mind of the film.
Final Word - Halal Love Story is a discontinuously interesting, and once in a while languid satire that investigates relationships, love, and religion. Favored with great direction and incredible exhibitions, Halal Love Story is a decent watch.
A Sarcastic Look on Religion and Love!