Music- M Jayachandran
In a film industry which is notorious for making most of its
films as realistically as possible, it sure takes lot of
nerve to come up with a fantasy adventure like 'Adbhutadweep'.
Amidst great expectations, the film has hit the theaters.
Director Vinayan deserves a big round of applause for the
film that entertains people of all age groups. That is no
trivial achievement at all.
A helicopter carrying four Navy officers- Prithviraj,
Jagadi, Jagadeesh and Indrans, crashes in the mid sea. The
foursome manages to swim ashore and find themselves on an
island. Soon they realize that they are on a strange and
cursed island. The male inhabitinats of the island are
dwarves but the female inhabitants are of normal heights.
This is due to the curse of the island God. The island has a
simple rule- kill all the tall men because they are
considered to be a bad omen and evil.
The island is called Vamanapuri and a midget Jagadi is
the ruler of the island. Bindu Panikker and Ponnamma Babu
are his wives. He has six daughters. The king adores Mallika
Kapoor in particular. She is the most beautiful and
intelligent of his daughters. He wants her to marry the most
gallant and courageous man on the island- a warrior named
Gajendra, played by Pakru.
Gajendra gets information that four tall men have
surfaced on the island. He takes an army and goes out in
search of them. The four officers take shelter in a temple.
Mallika Kapoor sees Prithviraj and falls in love with
him. She decides to help the group escape the islandů
The real hero of the film is Pakru.
Music is pretty good too.
The Good- Almost all the aspects of the film
The Bad- A few double-meaning dialogues here and there and a
climax that fumbles once in a while
The Ugly- Nothing