Mahaveeryar Review: A Forgotten Kingdom Gets Stuck In The Present Timeline
Last updated on July 25th, 2023 at 11:30 am
Nivin Pauly and Asif Ali starrer film Mahaveeryar is going to hit theaters today. The film is based on time travel incidents with a unique concept & story.
The long-awaited Nivin Pauly and Asif Ali film Mahaveeryar will finally get a worldwide premiere on Thursday, July 21.
Abrid Shine, a former photographer who is now a director, is in charge of the project, which is billed as a fantasy drama.
According to the most recent reports, Mahaveeryar’s premiere performance last night received rave praises.
The Nivin Pauly and Asif Ali starrer’s premiere show was attended by several business professionals, who have been praising the crew for their audacious endeavor.
According to the critics, Mahaveeryar’s expert handling of the time-travel theme offers Malayalam spectators a theatrical experience they have never had before. Performance of Nivin Pauly as Apoornanandan is also fantastic!
Abrid Shine’s creative and innovative time travel film, Mahaveeryar, is unusual and audacious in its execution.
It is a black-humored fantasy courtroom play that is pertinent to the social and political climate of today. Nivin Pauly does an amazing job as Apoornandhan Swamy!
Nivin Pauly, a prominent actor, claims that as soon as he heard the plot of Mahaveeryar, he decided to become involved and produce the movie.
The time-travel movie directed by Abrid Shine, according to the actor-producer, is made in such a way as to appeal to general viewers. According to Nivin Pauly, Mahaveeryar is a groundbreaking movie.
With regard to the movie, Mahaveeryar, a two-hero movie, stars Asif Ali and Nivin Pauly as the main characters. In the Abrid Shine film, Nivin portrays a Sadhu by the name of Apoornanandhan.
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Asif, on the other hand, is playing the part of Veerabhadran, a warrior. It is clear from the trailer that Mahaveeryar tells the tale of a long-forgotten country that becomes trapped in the present.