Bhaskar The Rascal Movie Review « Film Dhamaka

Plot Bhaskar (Mammootty) is a widower who lives with his only son Aadhi (Sanoop) and father. He is a ruthless businessman who runs a banking business. His father Shankaranarayanan (Janardhanan) was a popular businessman once; but fails to make it big, thus losing all his wealth. Bhaskar was the only…

Bhaskar The Rascal Movie Review

Bhaskar The Rascal Movie Review

2015-04-15

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Rating

65

Plot

Bhaskar (Mammootty) is a widower who lives with his only son Aadhi (Sanoop) and father. He is a ruthless businessman who runs a banking business. His father Shankaranarayanan (Janardhanan) was a popular businessman once; but fails to make it big, thus losing all his wealth.

Bhaskar was the only pillar of strength for his father during the crisis periods. He was secretly called as Rascal by te people, due to his rough and tough nature and tendency to react instantly if anyone opposes him.

His father, son and close associated pressurizes him to remarry. Once, during a trip, Bhaskar and Aadhi come across Hima (Nayantara) and her daughter (Anikha), who are very close to Aadhi. Aadhi and Hima’s daughter tries to unite their parents and this forms the crux of the story.

Cast

Mammootty perfectly plays Bhaskar, a ruthless businessman, a loving son and a extremely caring father. Nayantara makes a fantastic comeback into Malayalam as Hima, an independent lady who single-handedly raises her daughter.

Master Sanoop and Baby Anikha steals the show with perfect portrayal of Bhaskar’s son Aadhi and Hima’s daughte.

JD Chakravarthy excels as the soft-spoken antagonist. Janardhanan, Harisree Ashokan, Kalabhavan Shajohn, Saju Navodaya and Devi Ajith, who essayed the supporting roles completely fit into their respective roles.

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Script And Direction

The movie is penned and directed by hit maker Siddique, has nothing new to offer. But the director succeeds in making a perfect family entertainer out of a cliched story line.

The movie is rich with comical situations in first half; but shows some flaws in the second half. The climax ofhav the movie couldn’t match the exuberance of first half and ended up as an average one.

Technical Aspects

Vijay Ulaganath’s cinematography makes the movie look colorful and creates a perfect ambiance for a complete family entertainer. KR Gowri Shankar’s editing is fine in first half; but fails to keep the track in the second half.

Music

Deepak Dev scores with rhythmic the songs and perfect background score, which completely sinks in with the mood of the movie.

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