After a long Fahad Fazil came up with a selective script. Ayaal Njanalla, the movie directed by Vineeth Kumar and scripted by Ranjith. It is a full fledged comedy entertainer.
Mrudula Murali and debutante Divya Pillai in female leads.
The movie is produced by Dr. TA Sundar Menon, under the banner Sun Ads And Film Productions.
The entertainment factor and fahad’s different look and Koyilandi slang making it awesome, but the movie loses the excitement factor in the second half and lags at certain points. Some particular scenes meet with lack of the logic and leave the audience confused. The movie getting positives reports from theaters and critics.
Prakashan is a young man who hails from Koyilandi, a small town in Kerala. He shifted to Gujarat 15 years back, along with his family and is running a small scale business. Even though he has no connection with Kerala, he still speaks in Koyilandi dialect. He falls in love with Esha (Mrudula Murali) and she reciprocates. Prakashan falls in huge debt after the unexpected demise of his uncle (TG Ravi). He decides to sell his ancestral property in Kerala and comes to hometown. After reaching Kerala, Prakashan realises that he resembles a famous actor; while people mistaken him for the actor. The following incidents changes his life and this forms the crux of the story.
Fahadh Faasil stuns the audience with his brilliant performance and his Koyilandi slang. He literally steals the show with his flawless acting skills and comic timing.
Mrudula Murali, who plays Esha looks gorgeous on screen and now can able to see her in a good role.
As a debutant Divya Pillai makes gives a good performance. But some times felt the immature way of acting making her uncomfort.
The rest of the cast includes TG Ravi, Renji Panicker, Tini Tom, Sijoy Varghese, Noby, Sreekumar, Dinesh Nair, Sreekanth Menon, etc perfectly plays their respective roles.
The story penned by Ranjith is highly interesting and fresh.
Vineeth Kumar makes a promising directorial debut with the movie. He has managed to keep the movie entertaining from the beginning to climax.
The visuals of Shamdat are just mindblowing, especially the song sequences.
The cinematographer has managed to create a classy ambiance for the movie.
Manoj's editing slightly falls in the second half; but in overall, he has done a neat job. Songs And Background Score Songs and background score are composed by Manu Ramesan. He impresses with the fresh rhythmic songs. The soulful background score creates a perfect mood throughout the movie.