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An Experimental Thriller That Is Barely Captivating!

Solid performances and a technically sound flick that offers an unique experience for sure. But there�s no importance on how interestingly the story can travel forward, very low on the engagement factor makes it just an art film.(more)

Source: Ashwin Ram, MovieCrow


Mammootty excels in this chilling folklorish fantasy

Mammootty keeps the viewers spellbound throughout, with the way he looks, his resounding laugh and the horrors he conveys. Siddharth plays down his character and you feel, at the start, that he could have taken it up a notch, but even with his even voice and demeanour, he is striking when the tempo ...(more)

Source: Anna Mathews, Times Of India


Mammootty strikes again, this time in the horror genre

The story of 'Bramayugam' is quite simple, and its only drawback is that it could have benefited from more layers. The film is a slow burner at times, leaving you feeling like the story isn't progressing much. However, the stellar performances by Mammootty, Arjun Ashokan, and Sidharth Bharathan elev...(more)

Source: Janani, India Today


A Haunting Tale Of Folklore And Intrigue

�Bramayugam� cunningly melds captivating storytelling, visual allure, and chilling performances to unleash an evil saga of folklore and deceit. Though it may not appease every horror aficionado, its sinister aesthetic and gripping narrative carve a niche of darkness within the Indian cinematic realm...(more)

Source: Hari, Koimoi


Mammootty is Terrifying

Bramayugam is a brave star vehicle, facilitated by the meeting of two distant voices in Mammootty, a star known for his late career winning streak of experimental outings and a director in solid control of his thematic ideas.(more)

Source: Arjun Menon, Rediff.com


Dracula and Faust meet in a horror fan's dream.

To me, this film has all the markings of an instant classic. But, to be sure, let's wait another decade to see if it will still hold up then. However, there's no doubt about calling Rahul Sadasivan a master filmmaker. Our own Shyamalan? Our own Nolan? Our own Villeneuve? Or maybe all three?.(more)

Source: Sajin, galatta.com

Music Tracks

No. Song Title Lyric Writer Performer(s) Listen here
1 “Kunjamon Potti”
2 “Poomani Maalika” Ammu Maria Alex Christo Xavier
3 “Thambaye” Din Nath Puthenchery Christo Xavier
4 “Aadithyan Illathe” Din Nath Puthenchery Christo Xavier
5 “The Beginning” Din Nath Puthenchery Christo Xavier
6 “The Age of Madness” Din Nath Puthenchery Christo Xavier
7 “Juke Box” Listen