Oru Thathwika Avalokanam is an Indian-Malayalam language comedy-drama. It is a political satire.
Joju George or Joseph George, who also worked in the Tamil action thriller film Jagame Thandhiram along with Dhanush, will play the lead role in the film.
With Jagame Thandhiram, Joju George made his Tamil film debut in 2021. The film had an OTT release through Netflix on June 18, 2021.
Joju George, who is also a film producer has worked in many Malayalam films as a supporting actor but in Oru Thathwika Avalokanam he will be seen in the lead role.
He is being highly praised for his role as Sabu in Ahammed Khabeer’s Madhuram which was directly released through SonyLIV OTT platform on December 24, 2021.
His pairing with Shruti Ramachandran who played the role of Chitra and the warm chemistry between them got a lot of appreciation from the audience.
Now after seeing his performance in Madhuram, fans are expecting a lot more from him and are excited to watch this political satire drama.
Let’s have a look at the brief analysis we have done regarding the film.
Oru Thathwika Avalokanam Release Date
The Release Date of this comedy-drama was postponed many times. Earlier it was December 3, 2021, and then it was postponed for the next year (January 7, 2022).
After many changes in the release date, the makers of the film finally announced the date of the release. It has been rescheduled from January 7, 2022, or preponed to December 31, 2021.
Watch Oru Thathwika Avalokanam Trailer
It will hit the big screens on the last day of this year. The trailer of the film was released on December 26, 2021.
Oru Thathwika Avalokanam Cast & Crew
Along with Joju Geroge, the film also stars Niranjan Raju, Aju Varghese, Abhirami, Prasanth, Shammi Thilakan, Major Ravi, Premkumar, Balaji Sarma, Nandan Unni, Mamukkoya and Unni Rajan P Dev.
It is directed and written by Akhil Marar. The film is produced by Dr Geevarghese Yohannan under Yohan Productions.
The Music Director of the film is O.K. Ravishankar. “Aana Poloru Vandi” song of the film is sung by Shankar Mahadevan, who predominantly sings Hindi songs and is part of the Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy composing trio team.