Njan Prakashan (2018) - Comedy, Drama

Hohum Score

14

Watchable

Prakashan aka PR Akash is a typical Malayali man who aspires to lead a luxurious life without too much effort. As he tries to achieve this aim, a few 'insignificant' figures walks into his life.

IMDB: 7.8
Director: Sathyan Anthikad
Stars: Fahadh Faasil, Sreenivasan
Length: 131 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 6 out of 47 found boring (12.76%)

One-line Reviews (12)

indulging and gripping.

First half is good and the second half was damn predictable and the same old cliche inspirational stuff.

Same old cliche and too predictable .

Songs in Malayalam and Bengla are enjoyable.

Overall, Njan Prakashan is just a cliche old Malayalam family entertainer with a predictable story and funny at times.

But it was slow.

If you are expecting to watch an entertaining,classic movie with your family then go for it.

In between an unexpected guest from his past arrives at the doorstep, from there the story begins.

Not a great story line,predictable story makes film a bit lag.

Movie was good but movie seems to predictable in certain scenes and was not one Fahad Fasil's best.

But it's totally enjoyable too.

It disappoints me to see such talented people waste their time and energy and demand that their audience also do the same (also money) with Njan Prakashan (Myself Prakashan) - a cliched retelling of a modern bildungsroman where Fahadh Faasil's annoying character suddenly heads to a spiritual awakening after acting wrong and being talked wrong by at least half a dozen people, three of which make up the four most irritating characters in Malayalam cinema in 2018.