Malayalam film Kammara Sambhavam starring Dileep and Tamil actor Siddharth hit the screens earlier today and the film has been receiving overwhelming response on social media from fans all over who have watched the first shows. Directed by Rathish Ambat, Kammara Sambhavam is a period drama and will be actor Siddharth’s debut movie in Malayalam and Dileep’s comeback movie post his controversial case. Fans of Dileep are terming it as a thunderous comeback of the actor and are in praise of the actor’s performance in the film. Siddharth too is being lauded for his performance in Kammara Sambhavam and the two actors seem to have stolen the show. Here are few reactions from Malayalam movie buffs about Kammara Sambhavam which released earlier today:
#KammaraSambhavam Interval.. Has been decent so far…Another movie on the lines of cinema insider cinema..
Technically top notch. The pace at which the movie moves could be an issue to some !! pic.twitter.com/33naRENbDJ
— Forum Keralam (FK) (@Forumkeralam1) April 14, 2018
— Review Ram (@MovieReviewRam) April 14, 2018
👉 Abv Avg First Half
👉 Technically brilliant
👉 Superb frames
— Forum Reelz (@Forumreelz) April 14, 2018
Technically brilliant product with nice blend of mass and class. Opportunities of black humour has been utilised perfectly. @Actor_Siddarth makes a perfect debut in MTown. Special mention to his effort in dubbing the movie by himself. LipSync was perfect.
— KeralaBoxofficeStats (@kboxstats) April 14, 2018
Starring Dileep and Tamil actor Siddharth in lead roles, Kammara Sambhavam is a period drama and the story will travel through different times and the actors will be seen sporting different looks. Dileep will be seen playing a young man, a middle-aged man and a 90 year old man as well in the film.
“The three of five looks that I sport in the film are important ones. We first shot with the younger and older look, which is aged 94, of Kammara,” Dileep had said during the audio launch of the film. “We hadn’t shot the sequences with the bearded look, which you saw in the song. That look was still under discussion when I was hit by a tsunami following which I had gone away for three months. I grew that beard during those three months. I thank the media for helping it happen,” he added further taking on the media personnel present at the event.
The story and dialogues of Kammara Sambhavam are written by Murali Gopy while the music is composed by Gopi Sunder.