Jomonte Suvisheshangal Review
Jomonte suvisheshangal, the released malayalam movie directed by sathyan anthikkad. starring dulquer salman and aishwarya rajesh in leading role. The Film make a big victory in the box office and in the mind of malayalees. The Movie gave satisfaction to all the kind of film lovers in the malayalam industry. The Film has make economically victory.
Satyan Anthikkad, the ace storyteller of Malayalam silver screen, comes back with a family dramatization that warms up to you with its account of the bond amongst father and child. The story is not new (the extravagant child turning another leaf), yet Jomonte Suviseshangal wins your heart with its normal exhibitions. The film is scripted by Iqbal Kuttipuram, a UAE inhabitant, well known for his scripts for Malayalam hits, for example, Meghamalar and Diamond Necklace. Here he acquires a pleasant mix of amusingness and family feelings (without getting exaggerated) and the discoursed hit the correct note. Securing the story in its place are the lead players, the magnetic Dulquer Salmaan (that grin of his dependably amazes you) and veteran Mukesh with his develop execution. Vincent (Mukesh), a business investor of Thrissur is a widower living with his more distant family of two children and two little girls. His most youthful child, Jomon (Salmaan), with his accommodating mentality towards life appears to stand out like a thistle in the upbeat family. Jomon is yet to clear his MBA, however has no doubts about blowing his dad's cash on a bicycle that costs a bomb. He is flippant and inconsistent. Terrible circumstances pull down Vincent's business and overnight he loses his home and riches. At the point when whatever is left of his youngsters remorseful fit Vincent, Jomon ventures in and brings his dad with him to Tirupur. Jomon is dealing with a business in Tirupur with his companion (Jacob Gregory) and would like to rescue things gradually. Do things go as arranged by Jomon? The compelling throwing makes the characters relatable. What's more, they are not all painted in dark or white. Vincent, a sagacious businessperson, does not waver to strike an arrangement at a memorial service, yet he is not a total shark either. Having ascended the stepping stool from the most reduced rung, he assumes his misfortune in his walk and from a Benz auto gets to riding a bike without hardly lifting a finger. Jomon is that child sibling who can irritate frequently, yet you can't quit humoring him. On the off chance that Jacob Gregory's Mustaq abused his fellowship with Jomon, it doesn't take him long to turn over a decent leaf and turn into Jomon's put stock in accomplice. Not to overlook the ever devoted companion of Vincent, Raavunni. While the story gets unsurprising in the second half and there is by all accounts a rush to tell the story, it's the father-child bond that holds the film upright. Warm science shared amongst Salmaan and Mukesh is the pillar ere. Mukesh conveys the correct measure of feelings. Salmaan keeps pace with Mukesh and is a pleasure to watch in each scene. Anupama Parameswaran as Catherine and Aishwarya Rajesh as Vaidehi in their concise space convey great exhibitions. It's an alleviation seeing Tamil performer Manobala assume a part that is not his cliché comic self from Tamil silver screen where his thin casing is dependably the butt of criticism. Honest who is a general in Anthikaad's movies keeps the laughs coming. Watch Jomonte Suviseshangal with your family, a perfect show made without the ornaments of activity and silly sentimental scenes. Try not to miss it