Padachone Ingalu Kaatholee: A political satire comedy that makes us reconsider our blind beliefs

Padachone Ingalu Kaatholee, a film that shows us not to be so attached to the blind beliefs and ceremonies that bring out the vast differences among ourselves in a satirical way. The film has many scenes that make us think deeply about the things that we do to attain wealth and happiness. The film is directed by Bijith Bala and produced by Josekutty Madathil and Ranjith Manambarakkat under the banner of Tiny Hands Productions.

When it comes to the characters in the story, each actor who played their respective roles did an excellent job. The main lead, Sreenath Bhasi, who played the character Dinesan, who is a comrade as well as a math teacher, portrayed the character in a way that Dinesan should be enacted to make the story have a funny but serious point of view. Ann Sheetal, who played the character Renuka, has also done an amazing job of supporting Dinesan with their romance plot and the situations that they have to go through in their love life. Grace Antony, Hareesh Kanaran, Nirmal Palazhi, Shiny Sarah, Vigilesh, Alencier, Dinesh Prabhakar, Johny Antony, Josekutty Madathil, Nathaniel Madathil, Ranjith Manambarakkat, Rasna Pavithran, Nandhitha, Mridula, and Nisha Mathew have all played their characters well. One notable role is Sarassa Balussery’s, who has acted so according to the character as Dinesan’s grandmother. The emotions and vibrance that she exhibits as a comrade dive deep into our hearts. Rajesh Madhavan, who had played the younger version of Kelappan, played by Mamukkoya, was charming as a fiery comrade.

Written: Pradeep Kumar Kavumthara, Editing: Kiran Das, Cinematography: Vishnu Prasad, Art Director: Arkan S Karma, Makeup: Ranjith Manaliparambil, Production Controller: Deepak Parameswaran, Costume Design: Sujith Mattannur, PR: Manju Gopinath, Vazhur Jose, Marketing: Huwais (Maxxo).
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