Ajagajantharam, the new film released on December 23 in the Christmas season. The main story of the film is happening around a pooram festival. Lali (played by Antony Varghese) is a troublemaker every time. He came to the pooram festival and clash with another bad guy in the village who was in the team of Kannan(played by Arjun Ashokan). Their fight turns into an ego problem and this turns into a big fight. Then Laali and his friend are locked in the middle of the villagers. The rest of the story tells, how they are handling this situation.
Tinu Pappachan is the director of the film. Both Antony and Tinu had earlier collaborated in the latter's debut directorial Swathanthriyam Ardharathriyil, which was a thriller. The film is produced by Emmanuel Joseph and Ajith Thalapilliy and the music is composed by Justin Varghese. The title for the film is given by Lijo Jose Pellissery. Ajagajantharam has been written by Kichu Tellus and Vineeth Vishwam. Jinto George is the cinematographer while Shameer Muhammad is the editor. Arjun Kallingal is the still photographer.
Initially, the film was originally scheduled to be released in theatres on 26 February 2021 but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in India. The next time, The film fixed its release date as May 28 2021 but again got postponed. The next time, The film was scheduled to be released by the eve of Dusshera (12 October 2021), but again got postponed. The next time, The film is confirmed to release on 3 December 2021. The film again got pushed to Christmas 2021, due to avoid a clash with Marakkar Arabikadalinte Simham that was released on 2 December 2021. And finally, the film was released theatrically on 23 December 2021.
Ajagajantharam is packed with high-quality visuals and super fight scenes. No lady leading actresses are there in this film. The director does not go into the depth of each character. The film tells a simple plot in a convenient way. We can feel a pooram festival while watching the film. Maybe some of the viewers do not like the film due to its violent nature.
Conclusion: If you want to watch a film packed with beautiful visuals and fights, you can take a ticket for the film.
Directed by: Tinu Pappachan
Writing Credits : Kichu Tellus, Vineeth Vishwam
Produced By : Emmanuel Joseph, Ajith Thalapilly
Music By : Justin Varghese
Antony Varghese as Lali
Arjun Ashokan as Kannan
Sabumon Abdusamad as Kachamber Das
Lukman as Avaran
Kichu Tellus as Ambi
Jaffar Idukki as President