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Manjummel Boys
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A Not-To-Be-Missed Gripping Survival Thriller!

The arc is formulaic and there are some minor ifs and buts, yet when a team presents a film that excels in writing, acting and execution, it becomes a must-watch in the theatres. Thoroughly engrossing theatrical experience.(more)

Source: Ashwin Ram, MovieCrow


Chidambaram's ensemble survival film has it all; it's well written, well executed

The second half begins with a transition. It's more of a metaphor for what actually happened in Guna Caves and the neat execution in a location like that using the child artistes was a clever addition which makes one relate more to the characters and their mental state. It's seamless. There are no o...(more)

Source: Gopika, Times Of India


Soubin Shahir's survival drama is heartwarming, earnest

�Manjummel Boys� is a story about resilience and the bonds that we form in our lives. Superlative performances are aided by Shyju Khalid�s cinematography, which captures Kodaikanal in its truest sense. Not just Soubhin Shahir and Sreenath Bhasi, Deepak Parambol, Khalid Rahman and George Martin deliv...(more)

Source: Janani, India Today


Soubin Shahir, Sreenath Bhasi's chilling survival thriller asserts that hope is a good thing and no good thing ever dies.

Despite their characters initially appearing carefree, the actors deliver splendid performances, seamlessly transitioning through a range of emotions that enhance the film�s overall beauty. Even amidst a reduced presence in the second half, Sreenath Bhasi shines as Subash, delivering a stellar perfo...(more)

Source: Anandu Suresh, Indian Express


Heartfelt Ode to Friendship

Manjummel Boys gets so many things right that the small nitpicks don't amount to much in the larger picture.(more)

Source: Arjun Menon, Rediff.com


Chidambaram's tense thriller is elevated by supreme technical prowess.

In Jan-e-Man, Chidambaram proved incredibly adept at handling emotions and the fun and nuances of male-male bonding. The same goes for Manjummel Boys. While this one -- based on a true story of a group of friends, like the recent Romancham -- is relatively heavier in tone, it's not without humour, s...(more)

Source: Srijin, galatta.com