Well here we going to bought you critic review and ratings for the movie. Premam is all about three layered love story of the hero Nivin Pauly. Anupama Paramashweran, the debutante actress cast opposite Nivin has rendered justice to her role, which is limited to the first half, but crisp. The other two heroines have also done justice to their roles. The film got good review from all critics and film got very good review from all critics.
Review By: Sify Movies Ratings: 3/5
The film follows the life of its protagonist George David (Nivin Pauly), right from his teenage years as he starts his romantic journey. It all begins, as he is seen desperately wooing the local beauty, Mary George (Anupama Parameswaran). The escapades continue in a mostly hilarious tone and in an engaging manner. With some genuinely relatable performances from a bunch of fresh faces, the film rarely gives you time to get distracted. It’s no mean achievement in a film, which goes on for more than 160 minutes.
Review By: Rediff Ratings: 3/5
George’s first object of affection is Mary (Anupama Parameshwaran), a school beauty, who is chased by half the boys in the town. They make rounds of her house on their bicycles and follow her around in an effort to win her attention. The only problem is that she has a demon of a father and anyone caught by him is beaten black and blue. Our hero wins the confidence of her father by pretending to be her classmate and calls her to clear his doubts. This victory of sorts is short lived as she comes with an odd request that would make any lover feel down in the dumps, yet he cannot say no to her.
Review By: Nowrunning Ratings: 3.5/5
‘Premam’ elevates Alphonse Puthren onto a pedestal of sharp film makers who have figured out the actual potential of the medium that cinema is. And in their competent hands long-standing tales assume ground-breaking forms and enthuse the viewers in ways and manners never seen before. Much more than an unabashed crowd-pleaser, which it surely is, ‘Premam’ is a bracingly alive film where almost everything, seems to have fallen right into place.
Review By: Filmibeat Ratings: 3/5
Nivin Pauly shines as George. He succeeds in depicting the transformation of the character from a bubbly guy to a rough and tough man, so effortlessly. Anupama Parameshwaran, Sai Pallavi and Madonna makes decent debuts as the female leads. The rest of the cast, including Renji Panicker, Vinay Forrt, Manianpilla Raju, Jude Anthany Joseph, Krishna Sankar, Shabareesh Varma, Wilson Joseph, Anju Kurian, Rinsa Jacob etc are perfect in their respective roles.
Review By: Times Of India Ratings: 3.5/5
Boys and invariably men just relish the labour of love – the pain it takes to woo a girl, her first glance which would send his pulse shooting like a meteor, her illusory smile that would freeze him as though in a photo frame. Perhaps the most wonderful trait of love is its inexhaustibility. One never gets tired of it, no matter how devastating the side effects. Alphonse Putharen weaves his new film ‘Premam’ mostly around the spontaneity of love, its freshness, the split second that shatters the vows hardened over years and sometimes its triviality, the aspect that enables someone to let go and move on.
Review By: Indiaglitz Ratings: 4.5/5
As the movie progresses on to a college going George, there is a shift as we get to see the youth transition. Girls, booze and smoke rule, and in a way valorize this. You don’t get the girl you wished for, drink till you puke, discuss about her with frieds and get her out of the system. George does all these and more. Nivin Pauly tries valiantly to put on this persona. However, a drunk Nivin looks like a bad imitation of Mohanlal’s similar roles. Another love affair which tragically doesn’t go as planned, more booze, and on to a new chapter.
Review By: IMDb Ratings: 8.1/10
The direction of the film as usual is exemplary. The edits (that too done by the director) certainly utilities the factor of directorial edited films. The film certainly lacks a story but that factor is hidden by the beautifully captured visuals thanks to the cinematographer, Anend. Screenplay is good. Production value and art was natural at it’s level best as most of the places shown in the film originally exists.