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the director: Mahesh Narayanan

Set in the fictional fishing village of Ramadapalli, Kerala, between 1965 and 2018, Malik tells the story of a Malik (master) Suleiman (Fahd Faasil), the messiah for the village’s fishermen. The film begins with Suleiman aka Ali Ikka in his 50s, who after giving up illegal activities is set to undertake the Hajj pilgrimage. He is leaving behind the life of crime he has led, but always with a strong moral center. “I have given up all unrighteous deeds, so now whom should I be afraid of? If someone above him is waiting to kill me, let it be so,” he says, giving us a glimpse of his powerful but flawed character. And also setting the pace of what’s in store for the audience.

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At the airport departing for Hajj, Suleiman was arrested by the police under the Terrorist and Disruptive Activity (Prevention) Act. (tada) of arrested under And as the story unfolds from there, we get to know the story of Suleiman. Slowly, each character starts playing. We meet Suleiman’s mother (Jalaja), who tells us about Suleiman’s childhood and how he developed the town of Ramadapalli. Although she wants her son to be punished for his actions, she wants the law to take its natural course.

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The story of Mahesh Narayanan tells of Suleiman’s rise to power and how politicians use religious tensions and tactics to turn the two communities against each other for their own benefit. To add more character to the story, Mahesh weaved in the 2002 tsunami. The story then shows how politicians in their most vulnerable state, after losing their loved ones, use people to start a feud that soon turns into riots between the Muslim and Christian communities of Ramadapalli and Edavathura.

Malik portrays each character’s arc beautifully, be it Suleiman’s wife, Roslyn (Nimisha Sajayan), the sub-collector, Anwar Ali (Joju George) or Suleiman’s best friend, David Christudas (Vinay Forte). Roslyn is a powerful woman, the only woman in the village to attend college. Much more educated than her husband, Roslyn has a charming presence in every frame of the film. She is furious and knows what she wants. A pillar of strength that makes Suleiman stand through her rise, she doesn’t hold back for telling her husband right from wrong. Putting the political aide, PA Abubakar (Dilish Pothan) in his rightful place after the husband’s arrest or subtly telling an uncooperative cop what will happen if her husband is not given adequate protection, she will not speak at any time. Avoids. Point. The best scene is when Rosalyn takes the first step towards the man she loves. Nimisha Sajayan is one strong performer and one such actress that the film industry must watch.

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Anwar Ali plays a minor character, who initially helps Suleiman build a school named after his father Ahmedalli Memorial School. Though they begin with a friendship, the two soon turn against each other after an unexpected turn of events. The gray character of David Christudas teaches us how a small seed of suspicion by third parties can destroy childhood friendships. There is a beautiful scene when two men are sitting on the shoreline and point towards the statue of Suleiman Jesus and how he is hugging the Muslim-dominated village of Ramadapalli with open arms.

Suleiman may be a flawed character, but Fahadh plays it with so much brilliance that the audience is rooting for the character till the very end. Suleiman is depicted as an intelligent and well-intentioned man, who wants to do good for the people of Ramadapalli. Whether it is to build a school for children, to clean up the grounds near the mosque that is being used as a garbage dump, or to shut down a sand-mining project by the government, which runs along the sea. May endanger the lives of the fishermen who live there, he always puts the people of Ramadapalli first. Though his frame in the film is slim, the way he delivers his dialogues is going to leave the audience goosebumps. When he says, “If you can take me away from the people of Ramadapalli, try and take me, sir,” especially stands out.

Cinematographer Shanu John Varghese and editor Mahesh Narayanan beautifully depict the life of the coastal region and fishermen. And we would have loved to see the film on the big screen. Sushin Shyam’s background score creates the right atmosphere. The song Thirem, played as the lead artist, will remain on your lips for a while.

Makes the audience really think, which is not much in films these days. It prompts you to reflect on the political landscape of the country and question everything you knew you knew. While there may be different interpretations for different people in the film, everyone can relate to the character of Suleiman, who does what is best for his people. When it comes to our family, don’t we all do this?

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