Mammootty - Kamal movie ‘Utopiayile Rajavu’ getting good report than other Onam releases,
The movie revolves around the imaginary village Kokkrankara. CP Swathanthran (Mammootty) is the son of a freedom fighter. His paternal cousin Soman Thampi (Sunil Sukhadha) snatches the ancestral properties after the death of the father. Swathanthran is funnily called as 'Utopiayile Rajavu' by the villagers, due to his innocent nature and peculiar name. Things take a different turn when he decides to place a statue of his father in Kokkrankara junction. Then he meets Umadevi (Jewel Mary), a social worker. What happens next forms the rest of the plot.
Mammootty’s done a good job as CP Swathanthran, his normal acting will love by the audience.
The script is penned by PS Rafeeq. It is a bit hard to deal with the genre, magical realism. But here, the scenarist has succeded in making a perfect blend of magical realism and satirical comedy, with his brilliant screenplay. ADVERTISEMENT The movie is rich with perfect comical situations and has criticized the attitude of the society towards the sensitive topics including religious beliefs, in a humorous way. Kamal, the director of the movie, is teaming up with Mammootty after a long gap of 9 years. The director has succeeded in conceiving the subject with complete perfection and doubtlessly met the expectations of the audience.
Neil D'Cunha handles the cinematography. The beautiful visualization have helped immensely in the narration of the movie. Rajagopal's editing is perfect in the first half; but the second half looks a bit cut-shorted, especially in the climax sequences.
Ouseppachan has composed the songs and background score for the movie.
Box Office Report
The movie getting good report than other Onam releases, but we felt like this movie also may be become a victim of fan fights. Or else it may be replaced by upcoming movies from theaters.