Oru Thathvika Avalokanam (2021)

Oru Thathvika Avalokanam (transl. A Philosophical Overview) is a 2021 Indian Malayalam-language political satire film written and directed by Akhil Marar, and produced by Dr. Geevarghese Yohannan under his production company Yohan Productions. The film stars Joju George, Aju Varghese, and Shammi Thilakan, with Mamukkoya, Abhirami, and Niranj Maniyanpilla Raju in supporting roles. It was released theatrically on 31 December 2021.

Release Date

Oru Thathvika Avalokanam was released theatrically on 31 December 2021.


The cast of Oru Thathvika Avalokanam includes:

  • Mamukkoya as Sreedharan
  • Abhirami as Maya
  • Niranj Maniyanpilla Raju as Balachandran
  • Lena as Praveen’s mother
  • Kalabhavan Shajohn as Krishnan’s father
  • Vinayakan as Appu
  • Shammi Thilakan as Unnikrishnan
  • Aju Varghese as Krishnan
  • Joju George as Praveen


Praveen (Joju George) is a young man who is disillusioned with the political system. He works as a driver for a politician, but he sees firsthand the corruption and hypocrisy of the system.

Krishnan (Aju Varghese) is a political activist who is trying to change the system from within. He is idealistic and believes that change is possible.

The two men meet and they decide to work together to bring about change. They start a small political party and they begin to campaign for change.

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However, they soon realize that the system is stacked against them. They are met with opposition from the established political parties, and they are even threatened by the police.

Despite the challenges, Praveen and Krishnan continue to fight for change. They believe that it is possible to create a better future for their country.


Oru Thathvika Avalokanam received positive reviews from critics. The film was praised for its humor, its performances, and its political message. The Times of India gave the film 3.5 out of 5 stars, calling it “a funny and thought-provoking film”. The Hindu said that the film was “a sharp and witty satire”.

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