India - 'Marakkar' review: Too many characters, slow first half, visual extravaganza
You will be left stunned by those enormous visuals, and the legend of Kunjali Marakkar stays with you. Marakkar sets the mood in the opening scene itself, where we see how Indians suffered during pre-independence due to the unfair tax impositions by the Portuguese. Here's our review.
Introduction Film is based on true events during the 16th century
As the name suggests, the film narrates the story of Kunjali Marakkar, a 16th century warrior who fought in the army of the Zamorin. At the beginning itself, makers have noted that the film isn't an accurate reflection of Marakkar, but a fictional adaptation of his life. Though the film has stunning visuals and great actors, the first half could have been better.
Characters So many characters tossed and put together
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