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Mahaveeryar (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating

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Mahaveeryar Movie Details

Abrid Shine wrote and directed the 2022 Indian Malayalam fantasy comedy film Mahaveeryar. Based on a short story authored by M. Mukundan and produced by Pauly Jr. Pictures and Indian Movie Makers. Nivin Pauly, Asif Ali, Shanvi Srivastava, Lal, and Siddique play the key parts.

Mahaveeryar Movie Release Date

The film released on 21 July 2022


Mahaveeryar Movie OTT Release Date

OTT Release Date September 2022 (Sources)
OTT Platform T.B.A.


Mahaveeryar Movie Cast

  • Nivin Pauly as Swami Apoornnanandan
  • Asif Ali as Veerabhadran
  • Shanvi Srivastava as Devayani
  • Lal as Rudhra Mahaveera Ugrasena Maharaja
  • Siddique as MM Veerendra Kumar -Chief Judicial Magistrate
  • Lalu Alex as Public Prosecutor
  • Major Ravi as Veerabhaskar
  • Mallika Sukumaran as Kaladevi
  • Vijay Menon as Veerasimhan
  • Krishna Prasad as Krishnanunni
  • Kalabhavan Prajod as Veerachandran T.N
  • Sudheer Paravoor as Babukuttan

Mahaveeryar Movie Summary

The film focuses on female justice through time-traveling to a court in the twenty-first century through an 18th-century lens. Apoornnananda Swamikal, a time-traveling monk, causes the events to snowball. The film weaves through a humorous circumstance devised by the monk to set the stage for his case of interest.

Mahaveeryar Movie Review

The plot of Mahaveeryar begins with King Rudra Mahaveera (Lal) and his minister Veerabhadran (Asif Ali), who are both worried by the royal’s persistent hiccup problem. The entire kingdom is concerned about the king’s health. The scenario now shifts to the present day, with Swami Apoorvanandhan (Nivin Pauly) sitting under a tree near the Anjaneya temple. When the priest, Damodaran Potti (Sudheer Karamana), notifies the community that the Hanuman idol has gone missing, he is besieged by ecstatic villagers. During the subsequent search, they discover the idol in the swami’s backpack. He is arrested and brought before the judge (Siddique). The rest of the film is devoted to the trial to determine if the swami is innocent or guilty.

It takes a courageous, educated imagination to mix modern-day grievances and judgments with an ancient ruler and his people’s grievances. Abrid Shine’s screenplay and direction are fantastic, as is the way he has woven the courtroom drama, with the monarch and his ministry coming to present times. The satire is really fantastic.

The courtroom scenes are humorous, and the intricacies of conversation and the blending of two eras all contribute to the film’s success. We’ve seen time travel movies before, such as AR Murugadoss’ Surya-starrer 7 am Arivu, but the difference here is that this film discusses a socially important narrative, as opposed to the revenge drama in the Tamil picture.

The first part of the film proceeds quickly, with fun-filled courtroom sequences and Rajasthani-style songs. The second part becomes more serious while still maintaining some amusement, however a lag occurs at points.

Nivin Pauly appears in a new avatar, and he is adept at mixing his rational arguments in court with magical acts at other times. Asif Ali, as a soldier and warrior, carries the character magnificently. Lal is terrific as the monarch, changing from amusing to serious; his magnetism gives him a giant-like image on television. Padmaraj Ratheesh, Lalu Alex, Siddique, Mallika Sukumaran, Sudhir Karamana, and Lalu Alex are all excellent.

Another feature of the film is Ishaan Chhabra’s music, which has a folk feel to it. Selvaraj Chandru’s cinematography creates a great canvas.
This film is for you if you want to have fun while also being serious.


Duration: 140 min


IMDb: 8.4

Mahaveeryar (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
Mahaveeryar (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
Mahaveeryar (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
Mahaveeryar (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
Mahaveeryar (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating


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