Kayamkulam Kochunni (2018 film) |Not a Movie Review

Kayamkulam Kochunni (2018 film)

Movie of a Kerala Robinhood! Kochunni a son of the how He becomes Kayamkulam Kochunni? The Movie is all about this!

The Movie story is getting energetic when the Character Ithikkarakkapakki arrives. The complete actor made it well. Mindblowing that’s all.

Kayamkulam Kochunni was a famed thief from Kayamkulam, who lived during the early 19th century. He was active in the Central Travancore area in British India.

The movie is a superhero Theif Named kochunni he was a normal Muslim boy and a Son of the but he is filled with a lot of goodness.

How he Learned the Kalaripayattu ( Marital Arts Popular in Kerala.) It’s all about the Man who is Like an Eklavya ( ma best )

The Movie story is getting energetic when the Character Ithikkarakkapakki arrives. The complete actor made it well. Mindblowing that all.

When the cameo role disappears movie getting a little bit lag.

After gaining the Energy movie continues the path of the kayamkulam Kochunni.

I see the loyalty of Kallan kochunni in some scenes and the softness of kochuunni towards the Lower communities.

wtf! Still, it exists in my country.

The social discrimination towards the Lower casts, communities, the Sexual desires of the Higher communities it’s all a topic in this Movie.

Sorry, I am not racist.

Did it include Item dance? why-why.

There is no a good villain but Sunny wanye did well his role as 
Keshavan.

Another actor is Babu Antony as
Thangal he did awesome just like Ithikkara pakkki

Mohan Lal as Ithikkara Pakki

Mohan Lal is the hero of this movie. (just my words) I heard the sounds when lalettan appears in the screen.

I’m waiting for a movie named Ithikkara pakki
Is there is an announcement?

Did You know ?

A shrine dedicated to Kochunni is attached to Edappara Maladevar Nada Temple near Kozhencherry that dates back more than one-and-a-half centuries. Local people offer candles, incense sticks, ganja, country-made liquor, betel leaves, pan, areca nut, tobacco, etc. to propitiate the deity.[5] There is a small museum at Varanappallil, an ancestral house in Kayamkulam for Kochunni.[3]

Anyway, this is a good film but it’s only one time watchable

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