Prithviraj Sukumaran’ directional debut film ‘Lucifer’ has released in theatres with a positive response from the audience. The film stars Malayalam cinema superstar Mohanlal in the lead roles. The movie review is out, let’s check the movie Lucifer review in detail.
Lucifer Story Review
The film begins with the death of Chief Minister PK Ramdas (Sachin Khedekar), revealing his political party’s ugly side and later they are looking for a replacement. After the incident, Ramdas’ cunning son-in-law Bobby comes with an offer to provide funds. Bobby’s idea is to come in power and deal with Z category drugs into the country.
Standing in his way, Stephen Nedumpally (Mohanlal) is the trusted assistant of the late Ramdas. The movie follows Bobby’s schemes to corrupt Stephen to remove him from the picture, but he pushes too far to reveal another side of Stephen.
Lucifer Actor Performance Review
Actor Prithviraj Sukumaran makes his debut as a director with Lucifer which has lured the mass audience. The film features Mohanlal and Manju Warrier in the lead roles, the movie also features Tovino Thomas, Indrajith and Bollywood star Vivek Oberoi in pivotal roles. Mohanlal and Vivek Oberoi have grabbed the attention of the audience with their outstanding performance.
Mohanlal gets a few stylish moments in the first half. But the director doesn’t hold back in the second half but displayed with a punch of dialogues and bullets which look dull at times. On the other hand, Sai Kumar is another excellent performer in the film. And, Manju Warrier is playing a pivotal character and her performance is average in the film. In Fact, Indrajith and Tovino too have key characters and they performed well to keep the story moving. Besides, the director Prithviraj Sukumaran has also appeared in a few scenes in the film. The overall performance of actors in the film is quite impressive and it is a worth watch film.
Lucifer Music Review
Talking about the music in the film Deepak Dev’s has scored music for Lucifer. The music work has done very well at the time of thrilling scenes. However, overuse of the background music seems boring sometimes and takes away from the viewing experience.
Varika Varika is the patriotic song in the film which will make you feel goosebumps. The music is composed by Late Devarajan Master and lyrics given by Late Amsi Narayana Pillai. And, the song is sung by Murali Gopy.
- All Actors Performance
- Good Directional Work
- Good Storyline
- Amazing Dialogues
- Continuous Background Music
- Only 1 Song in the film
Lucifer is a ‘mass entertainer’ that is sure to impress the fans and has ample entertainment. The film has opened with a positive response from the audience as well as from critics. The film will surely rake a good amount on the box office collection.
Lucifer is a bag of thrill and entertainment, it is a must watch a film in the theatres to get a true experience. This film will make your perfect weekend.