Ramante Edanthottam opens its gates to a world of mesmerising experiences and a never seen before approach to the story. Ranjith Sankar, who brought the much acclaimed movies like Pretham, Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam and more, takes the audience to a level of delight with his latest flick Ramante Edanthottam starring Kunchakko Boban. The duo works together for the first time and it works well with a romantic flick which seems clearly conquering the hearts. The title itself is attractive as all his movies has and the curiosity behind the name drags more attention for the movie. The movie never fails to maintain that curiosity until the last moment and that make the movie a sure hit of the year. Dealing with Love, friendship, relationships and more the film succeeds in portraying fun, frolic and complexities of our lives. As the tagline of the movie says ‘Life inside a wedlock and Love outside’, Ramante Edanthottam goes to a sphere of self-realisation and inspires all to become what they wanted to.
Ramante Edanthottam begins with an accident which paves way to the rest of the story. The story goes back to some years where two families spending their time at a blissful resort which is entirely a remote one from the busy world outside. The self sustained resort is owned by Raman, a man who chose the road less travelled. Kunchakko Boban really amazes with his performance and vibrant appearance. Gorgeous Anu Sithara comes as Malini gives an elegant performance as she is. The transformation she gets from an inspiring one is for all and the changes she adapts make her role more appealing. Meanwhile Joju George is also seen in a role parallel to a hero as Elvis, a struggling film producer, and he has done it well with emotional and humorous sequences. As a good father but a worst husband he essayed the role of Elvis in a perfect way.
A number of talented actors in supporting roles is the main peculiarity of Mollywood and the movie doesn’t change it. Ramesh Pisharody as Varmaji handles the element of humor with timely counters and each of his sequences are bringing laughs among the viewers. Aju Varghese as Shathrughnan did a great job to prove that Raman’s Edanthottam gives happiness to all. Udaykrishna makes his presence as an actor also in this paradise. Sreejith Ravi, Muthumani and all others have done well with their characters to make the movie more attractive.
Ramante Edanthottam does not disappoint on the technical note too. Apart from the pitch perfect direction from Ranjith Sankar, the movie has excellent visuals that add up to the naturalness of the movie. We have the cinematography done by Madhu Neelakandan who very clearly know what he is doing. The script of the movie was penned by the director himself and he has done a brilliant job in bringing out the message that he tends to deliver. The decent cuts of the movie has been made by V Sajan and is in rhythm with the whole film. In the music department we have National Award winner Bijibal, who composed the melodious and romantic songs and the background score of Ramante Edanthottam. To conclude the movie is a plunge into the sometimes simple and sometimes complex life of humans and also a peek at Mother Nature.