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16. Njan Prakashan; movie review

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Cert PG
112 mins
BBFC advice: Contains infrequent mild bad language

When I first began watching Malayalam movies, I couldn't even be sure whether they would be subtitled or not.
Yes, we literally had to wait through the trailers until the first word was spoken in the main feature and often had to skulk off and claim our money back when the subtitles failed to appear.
In addition, they might have been shown in Birmingham if I was lucky but only the very biggest hits found their way to Nottingham.
Thankfully, as was proven on Monday night, good attendances have encouraged distributors that showing more Indian films in the Midlands is worth their while.
Njan Prakashan attracted many more people that Steve Carell's latest film when it was screened at Cineworld.
And we were rewarded with a whimsical but quite original movie.
Fahadh Faasil stars in Sathyan Anthikad'picturere as a chancer who wants to be wealthy without having to work for it.
Thus, he changes his name from what he believes is plain old Prakashan to the cooler P.R. Akash and sets about using family and friends to achieve his shallow goals.
However, as with many Indian movies, Njan Prakashan takes an abrupt turn which gives both Faasil's character and the overall movie much greater depth.
Even when he is being a layabout, I rather liked Prakashan. His sense of entitlement grated a tad but his ingenuity at try to be successful couldn't be faulted.
However, he becomes even more attractive after one of his benefactors (Sreenivasan) seizes the day, effectively blackmailing him into a more wholesome life.
Among the many tasks, he sets him is to act as nurse to a sick teenager (Devika Sanjay) who has a rather fearsome dog.
This also leads to him meeting a philospical beauty (Anju Kurian) who has an entirely different perspective on life.
It all adds up to what begins as a light film which concentrates very much on the back streets of Kerala to one which provokes much thought and might even prompt a tear.
Even though I was weighed down by a cold, I enjoyed it.

Reasons to watch: The swift turn which transforms a chancer into a lot more
Reasons to avoid: Not high on action

Laughs: A couple of chuckles from me - more from others in the audience
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 7.5/10

Did you know? Njan Prakashan is the second highest grossing Malayalam film in the United States as of January 8, 2019.

The final word. Sathyan Anthikad: "Fahadh he reminds me of Mohanlal. If Njan Prakashan was made earlier, we would have thought of Mohanlal to play the character. Fahadh’s expressions when he gets into the shoes of his characters is just fascinating. He does his roles with so much passion and that makes him a natural actor."

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