Veeram release, a Fascinating Movie Based on Macbeth.
Jayaraj is Malayalam’s variety genre director, he has directed many good films in Malayalam, and the films like Deshaadanam, Kaliyaattam are Jayaraj’s signature movies, some years back a movie ”Thilakkam” released, the said Jayaraj film was a super comedy family entertainer. Now, Jayaraj is again at the filed, he presents “Veeram”, a film with difference, it’s the fifth installment film from Jayaraj’s Navarsa series. To film Veeram, director Jayaraj seek the support of Shakespeare’s Macbath, the film goes through the inroads of warrior life, where “Kerala’s ancient cultural heritage and martial arts gets a stunning visual exposure.
The film is a multi-linguistic movie, Veeram released in in Malayalam, Hindi, Telugu, and Tamil etc. Veeram is a big budgeted movie; the film completed the shooting estimated with 30 Crores Indian Rupees. Veeram can be defined as a latest Indian Epic Historical Drama, the film enlarges the traditional heritage of Kerala, and the film revolves with the thread of “Vadakkan Paattu”, the history of ancient North Malabar’s warriors dexterously filmed for Veeram. Kunal Kapoor is acting as Chandu Chekavar, his performance has to special mention, he acted stunningly in the movie. Jayaraj did a brave attempt and the Malayalam audience has to appreciate him, he has given a film carries international quality.
Veeram involes many other important characters like Aromal Chekavar, the character handled by Shivjith Nambiar, and the woman of ultimate bold Unniarcha, the character has taken by Himarsha venkat Swamy. The main highlight of the movie is Chandu Chekavar, the warrior character played by Kunal Kapoor. The film has everything like a Hollywood movie, and of course Veeram would travel through the track of Box Office records. The Vibrant re telling of ancient North Malabar Warrior history – Veeram will be discussed as a very different movie.
Written by: HNS Team
Date published: 24/02/2017
3 / 5 stars