Ramante Edanthottam is the latest Malayalam movie featuring Kunchacko Boban and Anu Sitara in the lead roles. Aju Varghese also played a vital role in the film. The script is written, produced as well as directed by Ranjith Sankar. Ranjith Sankar is a well-established film director in the Mollywood. Despite doing a few movies, Ranjith pocketed so many awards including the film fare too. Amidst high expectations, the movie hit the theaters today on 12th of May all over the state. Here is the review of the movie in our opinion:
Ramante Edanthottam Movie Review:
Movie Name: Ramante Edanthottam
Cast: Kunchacko Boban, Anu Sithara, Aju Varghese
Director: Ranjith Sankar
Producer: Ranjith Sankar
Release Date: 12th May 2017
Ramante Edanthottam is a romantic family entertainer set in the backdrop of the isolated area of 500 acres Edanthottam in the middle of a forest. The owner of Edanthottam is 40-year-old Ram Menon aka Raman (Kunchacko Boban). The place allows the people to stay there for a few while, far from the technology and busy lives. Malini, a dancer from an urban area, comes to visit the place but instantly falls in love with it. The relationship between the leads grows and blossom into love which helps them discover themselves.
Kunchacko Boban is one of the most famous actors who has been sustaining in the Malayalam Movie Industry from 1997. He entered the industry as a child artist in 1981 itself. He is an asset to the movie, and his performance is outstanding to watch. Anu Sitara as Malini justified the role. Not only with her acting, but she also entertained the viewers with her dancing skills too. Aju Varghese played the role of Shatru in the movie. His light-weighted comedy makes the audience laugh.
Ranjith Sankar direction is top notch. His way of executing the script is excellent. The locations in the movie are charming to watch. The movie is a feel good, entertaining one. Production values by Dreams N Beyond are magnificent. Music by Bijibal is so beautiful, and the background score is just too good. The music is also a plus point of the movie. Cinematographer Madhu Neelakantan and Editor V. Sajan did their personal best. Though the story is straightforward and sweet, the slow narration makes it kind of boring.
- Simple story
- Visuals and BGM
- Cinematography and direction
- Feel good script
- Some scenes in second half
- Slow pace of story
Ramante Edanthottam is a well executed feel good script with a simple plot and unusual locations. The first half just goes on with comedy and a refreshing story. The second half focuses a fell good story. The story how the two individuals explore themselves and handle their growing relationship is so beautiful to watch.
Ramante Edanthottam is a feel-good story with lovely locations and nice BGM. (2.75/5)