Kalyanam Malayalam Movie Story: The film rotates around the life of Sarath (Sravan Mukesh), who is an affection struck youth and for whom, his youth smash Shary (Varsha Bollamma) is the most important thing in the world of life. His quest for bliss relies upon Shary’s essence in his life, be it as a neighbor, a colleague or an existence accomplice in various periods of life.
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Kalyanam Movie Cast and Crew details ,News, Complete Details
|Kalyanam Movie||Cast and Crew details ,News, Complete Details|
|Director of Kalyanam||Rajesh Nair|
|Release date of Kalyanam||February 9, 2018|
|Hero of Kalyanam||Shravan Mukesh|
|Heroine of Kalyanam||Varsha|
|Producer||Rajesh Nair, K K Radhamohan, Dr T K Udaya Bhanu|
|Running time||163 minutes|
|Production Company||Vaya Films, Sri Sathya Sai Arts,|
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Kalyanam Malayalam Movie Review:
As soon as the curtains are up, the film takes the audience through Sarath’s childhood and how being the only child of Prabhakaran (Sreenivasan) and wife, he is always pampered, making him a loafer.At a young age, when a child starts experiencing the many joys of life and explores his likes and dislikes, he chances upon his classmate Shary, who coincidentally becomes his neighbour. From that moment, he falls for her.Driven by love, he seizes every chance to be beside her or talk to her. Shary mesmerises him by her charm, often leaving him lost for words. Her father Sahadevan Nair (Mukesh) and Prabhakaran make the best neighbours, as both families often ensure to attend special events happening at each other’s houses.Sarath’s life turns topsy-turvy after his one-sided leads to him losing control over what happens to him. Whether his sole aim of getting married to his long-time crush will come to fruition is what makes the rest of the storyThe entire storyline then treads on the path of Kalyanam so as to unveil whether the hero will eventually marry the heroine or not.Coming to the sunny side of the film, the performances of Sreenivasan and Mukesh literally anchor the movie with their effortless acting. The music composed by debutant Prakash Alex is apt, and oozes romance and youthfulness, be it through the refreshing Mazhamukile by Najim Arshad or the peppy number Dhritangapulakithan, brought together by actor Dulquer Salmaan and Jacob Gregory.Though there was a lot of scope for entertainment in a film made on the premises of love and marriage, Kalyanam ironically does justice to its tagline, ‘A clichéd love story’ and fails to bring anything new to the platter, making it predictable.Sravan Mukesh, who makes his debut with the film, for most parts looks like a gullible character, and his act of being a cool guy intermittently go off the mark. Varsha Bolamma, on the other hand, is not given much of an opportunity to perform on-screen, but is often seen decked up and picture perfect. There isn’t much chemistry between the two either that would strike a chord, and neither love, separation nor being in constant denial makes you weep along with the lead actors or feel a sense of empathy towards them. The scenes, intended to be comic, also falter.
The fact that the director has chosen to infuse the film with clichés can still be pushed to the backseat, had there been an element of novelty that would trigger some curiosity among the audience.