‘Kaathal – The Core’ Gains Momentum with a Surge in Screen Count Across Kerala
Mammootty’s latest cinematic offering, ‘Kaathal-The Core,’ helmed by director Jeo Baby, premiered to eager audiences on November 23rd, marking an exhilarating cinematic journey. The film has swiftly garnered praise, resonating deeply with both movie enthusiasts and critics alike. This heartening reception has led to a remarkable surge in its Kerala screen count, escalating from 150 to a staggering 175+ within a mere two days.
The movie has been lauded for its bold exploration of socially relevant themes, fearlessly delving into sensitive subjects surrounding homosexuality. Mammootty’s portrayal of Mathew Devassy and Jyothika’s depiction of Omana have particularly captured viewers’ hearts, earning widespread acclaim.
‘Kaathal’ stands as a compelling family drama, weaving together poignant narratives that strike a chord with audiences. Jeo Baby, acclaimed for works like ‘The Great Indian Kitchen,’ ‘Freedom Fight,’ ‘Kunju Daivam,’ ‘Randu Penkuttikal,’ and ‘Kilometers and Kilometers,’ masterfully showcases Mammootty’s unparalleled acting finesse in this cinematic endeavor.
The addition of the immensely talented Jyothika, in a pivotal role alongside Mammootty, further enriches the narrative canvas. Under the banner of Mammootty Kampany, this film, scripted by Adarsh Sukumaran in collaboration with Paulson Skaria, promises an emotionally stirring storyline that resonates profoundly.
This cinematic marvel boasts an ensemble cast, including esteemed talents like Lalu Alex, Muthumani, Chinnu Chandni, Sudhi Kozhikkod, Anagha Akku, Josi Sijo, Adarsh Sukumaran, and others, complementing the stellar lead pair. ‘Kaathal’ guarantees a visually captivating experience, courtesy of Saloo K George’s visionary lens capturing its essence. Mathews Pulickan’s soul-stirring music amplifies the emotional depth while Francis Louise’s deft editing adds another layer of brilliance to this cinematic gem.
The film’s reception is a testament to its powerful storytelling, marking ‘Kaathal’ as a must-watch for audiences seeking a captivating and emotionally resonant cinematic experience.