After a series of recent box office disasters, Fahad Fazil, one of the finest actors in Malayalam cinema today, has been going through tough times. Though commercial failures, some of the recent scripts that he had picked weren’t as bad as they are made out to be – “Monsoon Mangoes” is a case in point. In a way, Maheshinte Prathikaaram is a homecoming for Fahad, with Aashiq Abu, the director of one his career bests, “22 Female Kottayam” donning the hat of the producer and the film’s co-writer Syam Pushkaran making his debut as an independent script writer. Through this film the actor was placed in his comfort zone yet again with an author-backed role that offered great potential for a natural performer like him. Maheshinte Prathikaaram isn’t a revenge drama ...Read More...
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