Mammootty, Megastar, will make his acting debut in a film that is directed by a female. Mammootty is teamed up with Parvathy Thiruvoth for the first time. After a while, Mammootty will return as a character in an adverse shade. Mammootty’s return to the screenplay by Unda’s screenwriter Harshad, who has won the admiration and critical acclaim of both audiences, is another factor that has raised hopes.
Ratheena P.T., a newcomer ‘Worm’ directed by.
The baby worm is small, but it can be beautiful. We view the baby worm with disgust. It is a kind of troubling creature.
Mammootty’s central character, Puzhuvum, is such a disturbing film. The film looks like a slow-moving worm at first glance.
Mammootty is a retired police officer, who lives in a flat in the center of the city with his schoolboy son. He doesn’t have a name. He is loved by many, but he is a bitch. His only son became his world after the death of his wife. He is a loving parent who imposes his personal rules and discipline on his child. A person who revels in genocide. His son, a schoolboy himself, decides how to walk and sit and what to eat. He also learns how to brush his teeth.
His inexplicable aristocratic mindset and caste thinking have tainted his mind and humanity. Although sharing is good, it’s not wrong to share what you have with others. But the elite mindset can make it difficult to ask why we don’t want what they give. He is also struggling as a father and in the shadows of many fears and conflicts. Mammootty is giving up his superstar status.
Kuttappan was shocked at the presentation. Kuttappan was a playwright and was managed by Sasi, his cousin. Kuttappan’s wife Parvathy, Master Vasudev, Ramesh Kottayam, Indrans and Kunchan all performed well. It is hard to imagine the level of disgust the father-in law from lower caste instills on his brother-inlaw. Kuttappan bravely climbs into the interior of his estranged wife’s house. Kuttan, who holds his wife’s hand and proudly raises his head when he realizes that no one there wants them, is a slap in the face to the golden attitude.
Theni Eshwar’s camera and Jacques Bijoy’s background music reinforce the uncomfortable scenes in the film.