Lord Livingstone 7000 Kandi
16/Oct/2015 Fantasy, Adventure

lord livingstone 7000 kandi

Critics Review


Don't Miss This One

The movie is scripted and directed by Anil Radhakrishnan Menon. The movie deals with an almost untold story extraordinarily. Anil has made a sincere approach towards the fresh theme; thus making it a movie of international standards. (more)

Source: Akhila Menon, One India


Don�t miss it

Lord Livingstone is reminder really for all of us that it's the time to protect the nature and the treasure it has. This one is a well crafted film which will be a very different experience for you which you never got to see in a Malayalam film till now. Don't miss it because the success of this film can bring a great change in our industry's thoughts and deeds. (more)

Source: Harikrishnan, onlookersmedia


Anil Radhakrishnan gets his Kandi measurement wron

'Lord Livingstone 7000 Kandi' is an engrossing watch till the last half an hour. The shoddy ending just ruins the entire feel of the movie. There is a documentary feel to the movie which is not a bad thing at all. But those who love emotional drama, will find it missing, and that cinematic feel is absent. (more)

Source: Editorial Board, IndiaGlitz.com


Lord Livingstone 7000 Kandi is a good watch, especially for its technical brilliance.

This film definitely scores on the technical aspects. Jayesh Nair's cinematography is a treat. The aerial views and the verdant forests covered on the canvas are definitely the highlights of the film. The VFX team has done a commendable job here and definitely at a standard Malayalam cinema needs to get used to. (more)

Source: Editorial Board, Behindwoods.com


Survival instincts

The script doesn't offer much for the characters to outdo one another. Still, Nedumudi Venu's energetic Menon, Chemban Vinod's professor who has an obsession for animal excreta, and Gregory's chemical analyser at times offer moments to chuckle. Sudheer Karamana plays the tribesman Malavedan in a convincing manner. (more)

Source: G Ragesg, manoramaonline