Thalavan Twitter Review: Biju Menon, Asif Ali's film to have a sequel? Here's why netizens hope so!

    The FDFS reviews for Biju Menon and Asif Ali’s film Thalavan are out! Here’s how netizens have reacted to the film



    The Malayalam film Thalavan, starring Biju Menon and Asif Ali, has finally been released on the big screen. The film, directed by Jis Joy, has been receiving positive reviews from critics and audiences alike. X (formerly Twitter) users have praised the investigative thriller for being a "well-written film" and have hailed the lead actors for delivering yet another exceptional performance. 

    Here are the first-day-first-show (FDFS) reviews for the film:

    Thalavan Twitter Reviews

    Many users praised the director for crafting an engaging investigative thriller without any lags. One user wrote, "A well-written investigation thriller, engaging from start to end, mystery part maintained well till the end, good performance from Asif Ali & Biju Menon. Overall, a good entertainer!!"

    Thalavan Trailer

    A few users felt that director Jis Joy had created a good climax, with many expecting the director to come up with a sequel soon. “A different one from Jis Joy. Makers delivered a gripping film throughout except for negligible flaws. A good first half & second half with a superb climax twist & tail end. Hope the makers deliver a sequel. ” another user commented.

    Many praised Kottayam Nazir for his exceptional performance and said, “Here’s a Kottayam Nazeer appreciation post, after #Rorschach. Performance-wise, #AsifAli & #BijuMenon shoulder the film well, supported by Kottayam Nazir.”

    Thalavan Trailer

    Overall, the film has been garnering surprisingly good reviews, and considering Mammootty’s Turbo getting an average reception, Thalavan is expected to attract more viewers in the coming weekend.

    About Thalavan

    Directed by Jis Joy, Thalavan is the maiden collaboration between the director and actor Biju Menon. Asif Ali has worked with the director on films such as Bicycle Thieves, Sunday Holiday, Vijay Superum Pournamiyum, and Innale Vare. The movie revolves around two cops who are in conflict for power, and the film explores how hierarchy works in the police force, just as the title suggests ('thalavan' translates to 'the head').

    Besides the lead cast, the film also stars Dileesh Pothen, Anushree, Miya, Kottayam Nazeer, Jaffer Idukki, Shankar Ramakrishnan, Joji K John, Anuroop, Nandan Unni, Joji Mundakayam, Sujith Shanker, Renjit Shekar, Sabumon Abdusamad, and Bilas in key roles.