Malayankunju is a Malayalam language survival thriller movie. It directed by Sajimon Prabhakar and written by Mahesh Narayanan. Fahadh Faasil and Rajisha Vijayan are playing the lead roles. Indrans, Jaffer Idukki, and Deepak Parambol are playing the supporting roles. While Mahesh Narayanan handles the cinematography and the script, Arju Benn edited the movie. A.R. Rahaman is composing the music for this movie. The movie released on 22nd July 2022. Here get the details about Malayankunju full movie download.
Malayankunju Movie Trailer
The Malayankunju movie trailer shows that the movie will be a survival drama focusing on the character Anil Kuttan played by Fahadh Faasil. Faasil in the beginning turns out to be a good person as he sets out to save a small kid who trapped inside a hole or somewhere else. The trailer also shows glimpses of surreal sequences that literally lift a usual survival story to a different level. The makers also warned claustrophobic people to stay away from watching the movie.
Based on a true story that took place in the high range areas in Kerala, in which many people lost their lives and loved ones. In the movie, Anurudhan (Fahadh Faasil), an electrician with many shades, struggles to survive under the rubble of an intense landslide.
Anurudhan, who repairs electronics at his home, is a recluse, after suffering a personal tragedy. He lives with his mother and has a strained relationship with everyone else including his sister and neighbors. His frustrations peak after the cries of his neighbor’s newborn interfere with his only solace – work. But after a landslide traps him several feet underground, the baby’s cries become his only hope for survival.
Malayankunju Full Movie Download
Fahadh Faasil After 2 years coming with Malayankunju movie. In recent times he worked with kamal Haasan and Allu Arjun both films are the biggest blockbusters in his carrier in different languages. Watch Malayankunju movie only in theatres. A. R Rehman composing music for this movie, this is the biggest advantage of this movie.
Malayankunju has a simple plot that gets a remarkable sheen by an enthralling performance by Fahadh Faasil. The story is uneventful, still, the protagonist’s mental conflict and his attitude toward the people around him become a decisive factor in the film. The second half turns out to be the act of survival by the hero, Anurudhan, played by Fahadh, while being trapped in a landslide. Sajimon has a promising directorial debut, handsomely aided by the cinematography and screenplay by Mahesh Narayanan. A must watch in theatre to feel the essence of the second half.
Fahadh lends authenticity again to his portrayal as a rural youth, who has his own paranoia and complexes. Despite his actions that border on cruel, there’s an underlying understanding that pervades between the other characters of the film for Anurudhan, seemingly reflecting the tolerance of nature for man’s actions, irrespective of how irrational they are. Fahadh excels in the sequences in the second half where he follows the child’s cry. His expressions of pain and anguish keep the audience rivetted. This is also where AR Rahman’s score adds the extra layer. There are portions in the film, where the protagonist squirms and crawls his way through for some semblance of hope that are pulsating because of the score.
At the beginning of the second half, AR Rahman’s background score unsettles you because of its odd nature. But that unfamiliar start somewhere helps the movie in depicting the emotional turmoil and relief of Anurudhan as the story progresses. The movie’s sound design is excellent, and please try to watch this movie from a theater equipped with Dolby Atmos. The production design of the film is also top-notch.