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Jallikattu Malayalam Full Movie

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Directed by: Lijo Jose Pellissery
Written by: R. Jayakumar, Hareesh S.
Starring by: Antony Varghese, Chemban Vinod Jose, Sabumon Abdusamad
Genres: Crime
Country: India
Language: Malayalam

Storyline:
Set in a remote village in the hill ranges of Kerala, Jallikattu unfolds during the course of a day and night. The events are set off when a butcher’s buffalo breaks free and runs amok.

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Jallikattu Malayalam Movie:
Anyone who has watched Lijo Jose Pellissery’s Angamali Diaries knows what this man’s control is over mob mayhem. But Jallikettu is several notches up. It proves that Lijo Jose Pellissery is the ‘king of chaos’. Jallikettu is truly beast vs animal, and it is up to you, the viewer, to decide who is who.

A buffalo runs amok before the butcher Varkeychan (Chemban Vinod) could slaughter it, causing the entire village to slip into a progressive bedlam. Nailing it then becomes a matter of masculine pride, awaking the primal instinct of every man in the village.
Jallikettu, not at all subtly, is emblematic of the gross violence we are used to in the name of masculinity. It shines a mirror at the face of the machismo we have internalised as a society. In a story that starts as man versus wild, it doesn’t take that long before man becomes the wild.

Chemban Vinod, Antony Varghese, Sabumon Abdusamad and Santhy Balachandran, all good actors, makes their mark within the limited screen time they receive. But at the end of the day, Jallikettu will not be known for their acting alone as this is the story of a mob. The shove, and push and pull of Jallikettu comes from within the crowd. And that brings us to the brilliant execution of it all. Jallikettu shines through with the spectacular and spellbinding visuals Girish Gangadharan puts forth in the race, as well as the pause. His capable lens arrests the audience precisely to what needs to be watched. Prashant Pillai is a musician who appreciates and manoeuvres music and silences alike. In Jallikettu, where frenzied chaos ensues, his nuanced music, and most often lack thereof, puts in just the right amount of sanity into the narrative so that the audience can grasp what unfolds on the screen. Aiding the fluidity of the narrative further is Renganaath Ravee’s sound design.