Oru Kuttanadan Blog Casts Mammootty in the lead role. Other cast includes Raai Lakshmi, Anu Sithara, Shamna Kasim, Lalu Alex, Nedumudi Venu, Vivek Gopan, Jacob Gregory, Jude Anthony Joseph, Nandan Unni, Balaji Sharma, Shaheen Siddique, and Jayan Cherthala
Oru Kuttanadan Blog is directed by Pawan Kumar under Anantha Visions banner. It is produced by P. K. Muralidharan & Santha Murali. Music director Sreenath Sivasankaran has composed the songs and Bijibal has composed the background music. Pradeep Nair has handled the cinematography and Shameer Muhammed has handled the editing work.
Oru Kuttanadan Blog is set in a place called Krishnapuram. Hari(Mammootty) decides to return from Dubai after a few years to his native place. A bunch of youngsters in villages arranges grand welcome to him. A middle-aged Hari is a brotherly figure to all youngsters in the villages, of course, he is indeed and do-gooder. The relationship between him and his friends does give us some fun moments. The film takes us through a series of events unfolds in Hari life and how people react to those.
Sethu is making directional debut with Oru Kuttanadan Blog, and the story he chose is quite a simple one. Despite, the story and characterisation have scope to deliver something interesting but the writer in Sethu has managed to deliver main points partially. However, Sethu has tried to put some laugh moments in the first half. He also provided an equal amount of humour and Sentiment which is needed for Family Sentiment. But he is unable to overcome the cliche with something innovative.
Mammootty as a middle-aged person with a high energy performance given his best with an ease. As usual, his screen presence is too good and he carried out the film on his shoulders. Raai Laxmi in the role of Sreejaya shines on screen. Similar to her Anu Sithara, Shamna Kasim done their roles well. Sunny Wayne is seen in cameo role his voice over adds good effect to film. Cinematography by Pradeep Nair deserves special mention he captured very beautiful eye candy visuals surely it impresses the audience. Music by Sreenath is good and editing could have been better
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