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Tiyaan Movie Review: An Malayalam action thriller entertainer

Tiyaan Movie Review: An Malayalam action thriller entertainer
Written by Pallavi Parmar

Tiyaan has made a grand release in the theatres with becoming a big release of the month of July. This is the pan-Indian movie that stars Prithviraj and Indrajith in the lead roles and the anticipation for the duo of both the actors had been building since the movie’s first poster was unveiled in this year. This will offer a different cinematic experience to the Malayalam Cinema audiences with consisting of the actors like Murali Gopy, Shine Tom Chacko, Ananya, Suraj Venjaramoodu and other language actors. It is directed by Jiyen Krishnakumar, is being produced under the banner of Red Rose Creations by Haneef Mohammed.

The plot set behind the life of Aslan Mohammed and Pattabhirama Giri who came from totally different backgrounds while their missions bring them together. Later the enters the godman Remakant Mahashay. The crux of the story is what will happen when these trios came together. The first half of the movie belongs to the story of a village that situated a few hundred kilometres from Badrinath named Shankar Ghat where Indrajith who brings his a game displaying wisdom, sorrow, anger and intensity with ease. And Prithviraj appears as a mysterious saviour who plays Pattabhiramagiri’s character to fight for good. Whereas as on the other hand godman named Mahashey who wants to build his ashram at the village that affects the lives of Pattabhiramagiri and the villagers.

While the second half is beautifully composed after an intense encounter between Mahashey and Pattabhiramagiri. It also throws the light on India’s social political scenario that well wrapped by the director Krishnakumar. Overall review is that the dialogues are the highlights of the movie that presented by the good actors along with a unique storyline. It’s a kind of mysterious thrilling action movie that will attract the audiences easily.

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Pallavi Parmar

Journalism is my profession, Blogging and Writing are my passion, Travelling is my love, Food is my life and Feminist by nature.