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Release Date : 5 October 2012 (India)
Language : Malayalam
Genres : Comedy, Horror, Drema, Thriller
Director : Anil
Writers : Anil
Country : India
Manthrikan is a 2012 Malayalam horror-comedy film written by Rajan Kiriyath, directed by Anil and starring Jayaram and Poonam Bajwa in the lead roles. The film released on 5 October 2012. It was panned by critics and audiences alike.
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Mukundan Unni (Jayaram) is a black magician and an exorcist. He is not really keen about his father’s black magic skills and is wiling away his time with two dumb cronies in a remote village. There he meets a girl named Malu (Poonam Bajwa), who has no memories about her past but falls pretty easily for the hero after a couple of songs. But they get separated soon after. Some years later, he is called by a wealthy family to exorcise a spirit (Muktha George) from their palatial house, Shenoy Mandir. He meets Malavika there but she doesn’t recognise him.
The film was directed by Anil, of the Anil-Babu screenwriter-director duo. The film was mainly shot from various parts of Kottayam district in Kerala. The film completed production which was in the production stage for quite a long time was completed in July 2012.
The film was panned by critics. Rating the film , Aswin J. Kumar of The Times of India said, “In Manthrikan, there are two elements that persistently try to outsmart the other in terms of producing the desired effects. While the comic script of this film is horrifying for most part, the horror element does the opposite.” He concluded the review which mostly criticised the script and direction saying, “An ineffective narrative that is uncertain about mixing horror and humour ruins Manthrikan.” Veeyen of Nowrunning.com rated the film and said, “For the first time in my life, I fervently wished I had learned some magic. Magic, that could swiftly ship me away from the torturous times that this film was putting me through, late in the night as half the world lay peacefully asleep in their beds.”