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Manjummel Boys Movie Review: A Gripping Tale of Survival and Friendship

Modified On: 11 March 2024 | Reviewed By:

Manjummel Boys Movie Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ / 5 | Manjummel Boys is a Malayalam masterpiece, blending suspense and emotion flawlessly. Director Chidambaram crafts a gripping narrative, with stellar performances by Soubin and the cast. It's an unforgettable experience, a testament to friendship and resilience, deserving of every praise. Don't miss this cinema

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Manjummel Boys Plot: 

Manjummel Boys follows a group of friends from a small place called Manjummel in Kerala. The movie tells the story of strong friendship and is based on a true story. Set in 2006, the movie is about 10 carefree young men who do different jobs to earn money. They decide to go on a trip to Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, led by their elder, Kuttan (played by Soubin Shahir). They explore the hill town without any worries. Towards the end of their trip, Sudheesh (played by Deepak Parambol) realizes they missed a famous tourist spot—the Guna caves (Devil’s Kitchen). They find the real cave closed, but they bravely enter and start exploring. But, things go wrong when Subash (played by Sreenath Bhasi) falls into a deep pit in the cave, leaving the others scared. Even though they try to get help, locals and police refuse, saying the cave is dangerous. The rest of the movie shows how the nine friends try everything to save Subash.

Manjummel Boys Review: 

Manjummel Boys emerges as a shining gem in the realm of survival thrillers, boasting a meticulously crafted narrative that keeps you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. Directed by Chidambaram and backed by a stellar cast including Soubin Shahir, Sreenath Bhasi, Balu Varghese, Ganapathy, and Jean Paul Lal, this film not only delivers a gripping storyline but also leaves a lasting impact with its profound exploration of friendship and resilience.

The movie kicks off with a strong first half that sets the stage for the intense drama that unfolds later. However, it's the second half where Manjummel Boys truly shines, as the tension escalates and the characters find themselves in increasingly dire situations. The last 30 minutes, in particular, are nothing short of exhilarating, with pulse-pounding sequences that will have you holding your breath.

One of the standout aspects of the film is its technical brilliance. The art direction and cinematography are top-notch, immersing viewers in the harsh realities faced by the characters. Each frame is meticulously crafted, enhancing the overall visual experience and adding depth to the storytelling.

The performances by the cast, especially Soubin and Bhasi, are commendable. Their portrayal of the characters adds layers of emotion and authenticity to the narrative, making the audience root for them every step of the way.

A special mention must be made of the music, particularly the placement of the song "Kanmani Anbodu" during the rescue portions, which adds a hauntingly beautiful dimension to the film.

Overall, Manjummel Boys is a triumph on multiple fronts. It not only entertains but also resonates on a deeper level, reminding us of the power of friendship and the strength of the human spirit. This is a must-watch for anyone seeking an immersive and emotionally resonant cinematic experience. Don't miss out on the opportunity to witness this blockbuster in theaters – you won't be disappointed.

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