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Blood, Brotherhood and Betrayal.


Malayalam, Telugu
28 Mar, 2019
2 hrs 54 mins
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In God`s own country, the supreme leader of the ruling party dies, leaving a huge vacuum, not only in the electoral and leadership sphere of the party but also that of the state. In the inevitable succession squabble and the power struggle that ensues, the thin line that separates good and bad becomes irrecoverably blurred and out of this seemingly endless mayhem, emerge forces that are hitherto unheard of.

Directed by Prithviraj Sukumaran and written by Murali Gopy, Lucifer delves deep into that unexplored abyss of what appears to be normal to those eyes that refuse to see beyond the seen.
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Verdict: Prithviraj`s debut film is a complete entertainer that Mohanlal takes a notch higher. Prithviraj Sukumaran tries his luck as a filmmaker with his directorial debut Lucifer starring Mohanlal, Vivek Oberoi, Manju Warrier, Tovino Thomas, Indrajith Sukumaran, Saniya Iyappan, Saikumar, Kalabhavan Shajohn, Nyla Usha, and Prithviraj himself in pivotal roles. And boy oh boy, how well he excels in... ...Read full review
Lucifer is a `mass entertainer that is sure to please the fans and has enough going for to make it an engaging thriller as well. And apart from the mandatory Stan Lee, correction, Antony Perumbavoor cameo, watch out for Stephen`s second avatar in the film. ...Read full review
An intense entertainer that offers a fresh and engaging watch! ...Read full review
Lucifer weaves together as many elements as needed to satisfy a viewer seeking a movie of technical and executional brilliance. ...Read full review
Prithviraj is a man with lofty ambitions, and it`s a delight to see him realise every single one of them. Like his maiden production venture 9, which delivered spectacle and thought-provoking ideas in equal measure, his directorial debut comes loaded with enough goods to satisfy not just his fans but also Mohanlal`s. The experience is the equivalent of going to a buffet where every single dish leaves you wanting more. ...Read full review
An intriguing political crime thriller with smashing dialogues. ...Read full review