Basheerinte Premalekhanam movie review : The Social Romantic Issue by Aneesh Anwar

Basheerinte Premalekhanam movie review : The Social Romantic Issue by Aneesh Anwar

The upcoming Malayalam romance drama, Basheerinte Premalekhanam has released today in cinema all over the world. The film is featuring Farhan Faasil and Sana Althaf in the lead roles. Under the director, Aneesh Anwar who has done some brilliant work with the cinematographer SANJAY HARRIS, who is the youngest DOP in the industry. The other important people in the film are Aju Varghese, Manikandan, Sooraj Harris, Renjini Jose, Sana Althaf, Dileesh Pothan, Sheela, Joy Mathew, K. P. A. C. Lalitha, Asha Aravind, Sunil Sukhada, Sooraj Harris, Shanavas, Sreejith Ravi, Nobi, Baiju Ezhupunna, and Madhu who will be seen playing the crucial role in the film.

The film revolves around the social issues of the remote village during the period of 1980. The film, Basheerinte Premalekhanam, is a romance drama between Basheer and Suhra, which is again the critical issue for the villagers. The social issue in the movie is the absence of the bridge across the river Eendapuzha in the Chakkarakadavu village. It starts with a story of a family when black and white tv gets sent from Dubai to a family in a remote village in Kozhikode. It becomes the darling of everyone and it keeps everyone busy. It is a love story sprouts in two young hearts.

The title card of the Bashireente Premlekhanam will surely take you back to the golden days of Doordarshan. It has nothing new in the storyline. It is an average fare with entertaining scenes that were scattered here and there. Its first half of the movie easily gives the hints of the second half.

The film is produced by P M Harris and Muhammed Althaf under the banner of FORT ENTERTAINMENT. The script of the film is written by Shinod Sivam, Bipin K Poulose, and Shamseer Ahmed. The music is scored by Mohan Sithara and the lyrics are penned by Harinarayanan B.K and R. Venugopal. The final touch to the film, Basheerinte Premalekhanam is given by the editor Renjith Touchriver.

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