Sudani From Nigeria is around an African football player and a neighborhood football club director from Malappuram, Kerala.
|Sudani From Nigeria Movie||Cast and Crew details ,News, Complete Details|
|Director of Sudani From Nigeria||Zakariya Mohammed
|Release date of Sudani From Nigeria||23 Mar, 2018|
|Actors of Sudani From Nigeria||Soubin Shahir,
Samuel Abiola Robinson
|Running time||2 hrs 03 mins|
|Script||Muhsin Parari (dialogue), Zakariya|
|Production Company||Happy Hours Entertainments|
Sudani from Nigeria Box Office collection Report!
|Kochi Multiplex Collection||Collection||Gross|
|1st Day Collection||4.20 Lakhs||4.20 Lakhs|
|2nd Day Collection||5.86 Lakhs||10.07 Lakhs
|3rd Day Collection||6.37 Lakhs||16.44 Lakhs
|4th Day Collection||5.00 Lakhs||21.44 Lakhs
|8th Day Collection||7.40 Lakhs||43.54 Lakhs
|10th Day Collection||6.68 Lakhs||56.50 Lakhs
|11th Day Collection||4.81 Lakhs||61.31 Lakhs
Sudani from Nigeria Movie Review
Story: Majeed is a football club director in Malappuram and keeping in mind that his group plays for the Sevens competition, one of the outside players from Nigeria, Samuel, harms his leg. As he is educated a month with respect to rest, Majeed takes Samuel to his home. Be that as it may, it was only the start of a progression of accidents.
Review: Not very many stories purge your heart like Sudani from Nigeria. It is hard not to be influenced by the humankind here. Not very many can leave the auditoriums without their eyes welled up. Sudani from Nigeria is outstanding amongst other motion pictures made for the current year.The 2-hour show is a delightful watch and viewers will have enough reasons to be awestruck as well as to laugh their hearts out. ‘Sudani from Nigeria’ is a radiant triumph whichever way you take a gander at it, be it the model exhibitions, the capable scripting or the skilled course.
The name Sudani from Nigeria is one of a kind, however it has a lethargic downmarket tinge to it. Also, when you see the performing artists highlighted on its notices, a large portion of whose appearances aren’t exactly commonplace or rank among our best artistes, it’s anything but difficult to judge it as a venture that won’t not offer much. The majority of the impressions are subdued not long after this reviving games dramatization starts and coolly advances like an area story. This film indicates how a story with a solid spine and performing artists of gauge can in any case set up together a magnificently engaging and touching story.
Samuel aka Sudu is an ace striker in Majeed’s Sevens football team, which has many players like him imported from Africa. Halfway through the tournament, Sudu has a freak accident and injures his leg and spine. He is forced to rest, and Majeed takes him home to recuperate. However, one after the other a series of troubles crop up, putting both Majeed and Sudu in a soup.
Sports dramas of M-Town are often cookie-cutter underdog stories but Sudani from Nigeria is truly different. It’s an amazingly refreshing tale, set in the electric environment of football frenzy in Malappuram. Each of the characters is so adorable that all of them win the viewers’ hearts. Impressing the audience is a habit for Soubin Shahir but the one that surprises in this film is Samuel, the 19-year-old handsome Nigerian actor. Be it as a puzzled foreigner amidst the over caring Malayalis or as the enraged African soul who can’t stand the privileged wasting water, his performance is stupendous. His smile lights up the screen and when he is in pain, it reflects both on to the rest on the frame and the viewers outside of it. Many of the scenes that show his caretakers praying to alleviate Sudu’s misery, or for the recovery of his passport and the like get etched in our minds. It’s also a lot of fun to watch how the African players merge with the Malappuram crowd, be it to check out a neighborhood shop or push away two sparring football groups.
When the movie traverses beyond the football zone to the war-torn world of Sudu’s family and turns its attention to the lovelorn character of Majeed’s mom, the film ends up effortlessly exploring many bigger issues too. Savithri Sreedharan who plays Soubin’s mom’s character and Sarasa Balussery’s Beeyumma also stay with us long after the movie wraps up.
Sudani from Nigeria might not have big names to boast of but it’s got everything in its right place, be it comedy, sentiments, thrills or tears. A trip to check him out would definitely be worth it.
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Sudani from Nigeria Malayalam Movie Official Trailer
Source :Happy Hours Entertainments