Alamara Movie Review
Rating :- 3/5 Reviewed by: Sanjith Sidhardhan Site: TimesOfIndia
Filmmaker Midhun Manuel Thomas’ movies have always banked on entertaining the audience with characters that they could relate to – be it the quirky Aadu Oru Bheegarajeeviaanu or the feel-good Ann Maria Kalippilaanu. While the movie has some good laugh-out-loud moments, courtesy Manikantan, Saiju Kurup and Renji Panicker, the plot is predictable, making the movie a less engaging affair. The protagonists too are restricted due to the formulaic screenplay, with both Sunny and Aditi doing what they could in the limited space they are offered to perform. All in all, Alamara is an average fare that has a few laughs and winds up with the oft-repeated message that problems in a couple’s relationship can be solved between themselves.
Rating :- 3/5 Reviewed by: Anagha Jayan E Site: Manoramaonline
Alamara qualifies to be a good family entertainer with a lot of situational comedies and easily relatable, real life instances. Now, Alamara is not the first Malayalam movie of this sort. Movies of the same ilk have been made by Balachandra Menon, Sathyan Anthikkad and Sreenivasan, viz., Karyam Nissaram, Sasneham, Vadakkunokkiyanthram, Thalayinamanthram etc. The movie begins and progresses through the soliloquies of the controversial cupboard, which has been perfectly done by Salim Kumar. Sonu engages the audience all through the movie with her distinct looks and unique expressions. Aditi’s costumes also have due importance in the movie. This movie will definitely bring in some designer kurtis and salwar patterns into trend.
Rating :- 3/5 Reviewed by: Indiaglitz Team Site: Indiaglitz
Alamara’ has an interesting thread that has not been developed to the best of its potential. Director Midhun Manuel needs to be lauded for whipping up such interesting premise. But the movie just about falls short of expectations. There are situations in the movie that are relatable, especially the sequences involving the couple. The kind of banter post marraige, the silly fights and stress are all there in the narrative. Midhun Manuel has once again explored a different and unique subject in ‘Alamara’ after ‘Ann Maria Kalipilanu’. And he has handled it in his customary style bearing his signature. ‘Alamara’ sure is a watchable movie with some laughs thrown in.
Rating :-2.8/5 Reviewed by: Akhil P Site: Filmihood
Alamara is the latest malayalam movie in theatres this weekend and the movie is directed by Midhun Manuel Thomas. Sunny Wayne is the lead actor in the movie and actress Aditi Ravi plays opposite to him. The problems occured in their family when the Alamara arrives to the groom. The problems comes in funny way and also some comes seriously. How this is solved is the crux of the story. Overall the movie is a clean entertainer from the team. If entertaining and relaxing is your choice then this movie will be a worth watch for you this week.
Alamara Official Trailer