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Monday, March 7

Valiya Chirakulla Pakshikal (2015) - Review Roundup

Kunchacko Boban has performed earnestly. May not be an easy watch, not just because of its content that is extremely disturbing. Still, it helps to open the eyes of all to realize the gravity of situation and that should be appreciated. (Read More)
Rating: 3 out of 5

Valiya Chirakulla Pakshikal is a must watch film before you die and it is not for you alone. You are watching this for a cause as well. To support this will be one of the greatest thing you do in your life as the more support it gets will throw light to the plight of the victims there and the more light which gets to them will lead many to them with care and help.(Read More)
Rating: 5 out of 5

The film doesn't try to be politically correct and it doesn't bat an eyelid in squarely blaming those actually responsible for the inhumane events that unfolded in the villages of Kasargod.It specifically mentions when the actual events took place and the presence of real life characters add a searing originality to the proceedings. (Read More)


Dr. Biju shuttles between fantasy and reality with ease and craft. The village along with its inhabitants becomes a microcosm of a world suffering from unethical approaches toward nature and humanity. Kunchakko Boban deliever won his career best performers as the Lensman through him the movie tells a touching tale of helpless people. His eyes capture each and every detail with a compassionate touch. (Read More)
Rating: 4 out of 5

There is almost zero lag and the only instances of artificiality are the sequences canned in Canada, where the UN summit is held. The staged scenes with foreign actors almost disrupt the poignancy created by the village sequences. Kunchako lives his role and his tears seem real. (Read More)
Rating: 3 out of 5

Kunchacko Boban is cast in a meaty role and makes full opportunity of the challenge that has come his way. He delivers a stunning performance as the central character. He is backed up with credible performances from the supporting cast having the likes of Prakash Bare, Krishnan Balakrishnan, Nedumudi Venu and Anumol. (Read More)

Kunchacko Boban has displayed a controlled acting and never once he goes showy with any sort of melodrama. It can be assumed that on many occasions he might have genuinely broken down and we can see why. (Read More)
Rating: 3 out of 5

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