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June 15 2013 | by EnteCity
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‘Left Right Left’ Malayalam Movie Review by Akhil

Like Ee Adutha Kalathu, Left Right Left is also not a hero-oriented film and Murali Gopi's story is the main hero in it.

Arun Kumar Aravind is back with his latest flick Left Right Left. It is one of the most-talked about Malayalam movies of 2013. Left Right Left (LRL) is a thought provoking film that moves beyond the routine realm of politics. It’s a story any person can relate to with his or her own life.

Like Ee Adutha Kalathu, Left Right Left is also not a hero-oriented film and Murali Gopi‘s story is the main hero in it. The movie revolves around three persons set in three different periods 70s, 80s and 90s. SI KP Jayan played by Indrajith who is obsessed with Jennifer (Remya Nambeesan) a young girl on the run from her abusive husband, an ordinary man Roy Joseph (Murali Gopi) who brought up in an orphanage and his wife Anita (Lena) are some of these main characters in the film. The movie goes through these characters that represent our society. They pass through a state of traumatic events in their childhood and they ultimately shape their personalities and outlooks. While focusing on these characters, the film also throws light on a few recent political developments in the state.

Director Arun Kumar Aravind, has pulled off an amazing feat with Left Right Left. Indrajith and Murali Gopy shined in the movie with their brilliant performances. Suraj, Jagadeesh, Lena, Remya Nambisan, Vijayaraghavan, Saiju and all other supporting characters also did their parts well. Murali Gopy’s story and lead actors’ performance are the two biggest highlight of the movie. Gopi Sunder‘s music and background score and Shehnad Jalaal’s cinematography are also its plus. However, the dragging narration is a drawback.

Verdict: Super Hit
Rating: 8 / 10

 

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