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06 Apr, 2018
2 hrs 30 mins
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Alex is a comrade and an active communist leader, who, besides being a comrade, is also an ordinary man who loves his family and people around. Due to some unfortunate events, Alex gets arrested and is imprisoned but is compelled to come out on Parole to solve a mystery he left behind.
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Verdict: Mammootty is in his element in the performance-oriented role as Sakhavu Alex. Helmed by the debutant director Sharath Sandith, Parole is a political drama starring Mammootty. Based on a true story, the movie has been penned by Ajith Poojappura and has Iniya, Miya George, Suraj Venjaramood, Siddique and Prabhakar of Baahubali fame in key roles. The []... ...Read full review
A prisoner, who is much loved by his inmates and police officers, gets parole after spending eight years in jail. How the communist and the model family man ends up in prison and how he tries to mend his severed relationships within the ticking parole-time form the plot. ...Read full review
Malayalam superstar Mammootty plays a hardcore communist in his new film Parole, which is the directorial debut of ad filmmaker Sharrath Sandith. Apparently inspired by a true story, the film follows Comrade Alexs (Mammootty) life. Sharrath has employed a simple narrative structure for Parole. He begins the story in a high-security jail, where Alex is the most loved inmate. His co-inmates adore him, and hes a sweetheart for the prison officials. ...Read full review
Parole stars by introducing Alex essays by Mammootty who is a much loved prisoner. His backstory reveals how Alex had ended up in a prison. A farmer by profession, Alex was living a peaceful life with his wife and sister but a few events turn his life upside down. ...Read full review
In Sharrath Sandith`s directorial debut, Parole, Mammootty plays with ease yet another family man who keeps on making sacrifices for his dear ones even as fate throws at him ordeals one after another. ...Read full review
The plot of the movie revolves around Alex who is first seen serving prison time. He is an ideal inmate and the favorite of prison guards. How he ended up in jail and what happens after he gets out after getting parole constitutes the story of the film. ...Read full review
Here`s another Mammootty film that make you ask why an actor of his stature continues to pick such pointedly mediocre projects. Those expecting another `classic` are advised to prepare themselves for another major disappointment. The only saving grace in this film is, well, the man himself. One has to applaud his remarkable ability to make everyone in the audience believe that he is in a serious film. ...Read full review
The central character Alex in the movie Parole is like the epitome of goodness. His whole prison life is almost a sacrifice for many other peoples sin and the sympathy one would feel for that character is the only positive thing one can appreciate in the movie. With a bloated screenplay investing too much time in back stories and hero worshipping, Parole is an example of how less inventive some film makers are. ...Read full review