Sesham Mikeil Fathima Movie Review

by Cine Home
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Sesham Mikeil Fathima Movie Review

“Sesham Mikeil Fathima” by Manu C. Kumar is a moving story that unfolds against the colorful background of Malappuram’s culture. The movie follows Fathima Noorjahan, who is beautifully played by Kalyani Priyadarshan, as she tries to make a name for herself in the male-dominated field of football analysis.


Fathima Noorjahan grew up in a strict Muslim family in Malappuram and wants to become a football commentator. She has loved live commentary for football and cartoons since she was a child, and now she adds local match memories. She is working toward a BSc in biochemistry, but she really wants to be a commentator for the IFL. Fathima faces the tough tasks of a male-dominated field, even though her family doesn’t like it. She is focused on finding a match. Along with her journalism friend Remya, Fathima is going on this trip by herself. Fathima’s journey is at the heart of the story, as we wonder if she can overcome obstacles and reach her goal of becoming an IFL commentator.

Writing the script and directing:

The director, Manu C. Kumar, does a great job with the script, perfectly catching the contrast between custom and personal dreams. The story skillfully blends fun and deep feelings, even if it does sometimes stray into familiar ground. But the movie’s realness and honest moments make up for these small cliches, making it a fascinating watch.

In performance:

Kalyani Priyadarshan plays Fathima’s steady drive with great skill, handling the complicated levels of social standards and personal goals with ease. The beautiful Malabar accent she uses to play the part brings the character to life and makes the viewers love her.

Fathima’s trip is made more real and interesting by the ensemble cast, led by Femina George’s constant support as Remya Aavani, Shaheen Siddique’s steady performance as Solomon Margarete, and Parvathi T.’s performance as Catherine. Each character makes a big difference and adds to the emotional weave. Sudheesh, Aneesh G Menon, and Sabumon all did a great job as well. The appearance by Gautham Vasudev Menon makes it even more interesting.

The technical side:

The photography by Santhana Krishnan Ravichandran is a feast for the eyes; it captures Malappuram’s soul with stunning beauty. The beautiful scenery and Hesham Abdul Wahab’s enchanting music create an intense experience that stays with you long after the movie is over. Kiran Das’s editing has also made the story move very well.

The Final Say

“Sesham Mikeil Fathima” not only celebrates Fathima’s personal victory, but it also tells an important story about female strength and breaking down stereotypes. It shows how strong the human spirit is and is a powerful message that dreams can come true no matter what. Last but not least, “Sesham Mikeil Fathima” is a great movie thanks to its great direction by Manu C Kumar, its great acting, its great technical work, and its touching story. It’s a tribute to unwavering determination and a celebration of hopes that will touch people from a wide range of backgrounds.

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