Multi-starrer movies are always a treat for fans. We have seen many multi-starrer movies in the past, but actors from present generation are not making many multi-starrer, but Malayalam film industry never had such issues with the multi-starrers. We often see many actors in a single film in Malayalam. Asif Ali and Nivin Pauly have created their own standards in Malayalam film industry and they are seen together recently in the movie titled “Mahaveeryar”. For more details on the Mahaveeryar OTT release read the article completely.
Mahaveeryar OTT Release Date
Nivin Pauly was last seen in the movies “Padavettu” & “Saturday Night” which released in 2022. Both these movies have released in theatres only after the theatrical release of “Mahaveeryar.” But Padavettu and Saturday Night movies have already completed their digital premieres earlier than Mahaveeryar.
Mahaveeryar is all set to have its digital premiere this month. ‘Mahaveeryar’ will be available for streaming on OTT platform from February 10, 2023. Digital streaming rights of this movie are bagged by Sun Nxt OTT platform.
Finally, the makers have announced the OTT release date of this movie, and “Mahaveeryar” will have a digital premiere on February 10, 2023. As per the latest information available, this movie is all set to have a digital premiere on one of the world’s biggest OTT platforms, ‘Sun Nxt’. If you have a Sun Nxt subscription, then you can stream this movie on this app starting February 10, 2023.
When and Where to Watch Mahaveeryar
The premiere of the movie “Mahaveeryar” will take place on February 10, 2023, according to the announcement that the filmmakers have finally made on the date that this film will be made available via OTT services. According to the most recent details that have become public, this motion picture is getting ready to have its online debut on ‘Sun Nxt,’ which is one of the most successful over-the-top (OTT) platforms in the globe. Beginning on February 10, 2023, if you have a membership to Sun Nxt, then you will be able to stream this movie through this app.
What’s the story of Mahaveeryar
A courtroom drama set in the present day that involves time travel and the collision of two cases, one from the past and one from the present. The first part of the movie, “Mahaveeryar,” tells the narrative of King Rudra Mahaveera (played by Lal) and his minister Veerabhadran (played by Asif Ali), who are concerned about the king’s chronic hiccuping problem. In point of fact, the entire kingdom is concerned about the health problem of the king.
The narrative now jumps forward in time to the current era, where swami Apoorvanandhan (played by Nivin Pauly) is sitting beneath a tree close to the Anjaneya temple. When the priest, Damodaran Potti (played by Sudheer Karamana), announces to the locals that the idol of Hanuman has been stolen, he is surrounded by ecstatic villagers. The further search leads them to discover the idol within the swami’s luggage. He is brought before the judge after having been taken into custody (Siddique). The remainder of the film focuses on the legal proceeding to determine whether or not the swami committed the crime.
Cast & Crew of Mahaveeryar
Nivin Pauly and Asif Ali play the key roles in the film Mahaveeryar, while Shanvi Srivastava takes on the role of the film’s female protagonist. A number of other well-known actors, including Lal, Siddique, Lalu Alex, Major Ravi, Mallika Sukumaran, Vijay Menon, Krishna Prasad, Kalabhavan Prajod, and Sudher Paravoor, all had important parts in the film.
The screenplay for Mahaveeryar was penned by M. Mukundan, while Abrid Shine was the film’s director. Nivin Pauly, Abrid Shine, and PS Shamnas are the producers of this film, which is being jointly distributed by Paul JR Pictures and Indian Movie makers. Ishaan Chhabra is responsible for composing the film’s score, and Chandru Selvaraj was the cinematographer for this project. Manoj is the one in charge of the editing for this movie.
The comedy that unfolds during the proceedings in the courtroom sets this film apart, as do the subtleties of the dialogue and the seamless transitions between the two time periods. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen a movie about travelling through time; for example, AR Murugadoss directed a movie starring Surya called 7 am Arivu; however, what makes this film unique is that it tells a story that is socially relevant, as opposed to the revenge drama that was featured in the Tamil film.
The first half of the film goes at a breakneck pace and features humorous courtroom sequences as well as songs sung in the Rajasthani manner. In the second half, things grow a little more serious, but they still manage to keep their sense of humour, even though the pacing suffers at moments.
We get to see Nivin Pauly in a different avatar, and he is skilled at maintaining a balance between the rational reasons he presents in the courtroom and the mystical performances he gives at other times. Asif Ali’s portrayal of the role as a soldier and a warrior puts him in a fantastical position to carry out his duties. Lal does an outstanding job in the role of the king, transitioning effortlessly between comedic and dramatic moments; his magnetism gives him the look of a towering figure on screen. Lalu Alex, Siddique, Mallika Sukumaran, Sudhir Karamana and Padmaraj Ratheesh are all good.