Solo is an anthology of four tales based on four elements – Fire, Water, Wind and Earth. Dulquer Salmaan is the common element, playing four different characters in each story. And this incredible feat has earned him a lot of praise from the critics, though they were less favorable for the movie’s treatment and preference to style over substance.
Bejoy ‘s writing is joyful and engaging, and he has used different color tones, music and even backdrop for the four stories.
Overall, Solo is a gorgeous-looking film. It has its definitive colour and some cosy moments.
Sakhavu leaves a message by taking us through its two main lead characters. The story of the film is just the same old thing but the film’s purpose is to be an eye-opener and an inspiring story.
The pacing of the film may test our patience likewise take an anticipated turn.
By the by, Sakhavu has got its heart at the perfect place. The film will move you and can be an eye-opener for some. Yet at the same time, the film could have been a lot better.
Different grades of happiness best depicted by each of the character and of course the casting is the best part of Aanandam. Story revolves around of seven engineering students – four young men and three young ladies – each of them gets equivalent role in the story. Everyone has done a splendid job and made justice their roles in the most ideal way.
Ganesh Raj’s splendid script alongside a stunning making will make you grin all through the film. Being an engineering student himself, Ganesh easily pulled off the college life in the most realistic manner.
Anend C Chandran’s camera is a visual treat alongside Sachin Warrier’s music.
With blissful moments the film takes you through an exciting trip.
Aanandam will be one of the feel good movie that one can get the opportunity to see. What’s more, for those who are missing college life, this movie will make cherish your nostalgic college memories.
Block your seats and go watch ‘Aanandam’ in your nearest cinema hall. You will thank me later!
A small token of design appreciation for ‘Bangalore Days’ movie team.
Anjali Menon’s Bangalore Days, a Malayalam film is making waves in the cinema world and is ending up being one of the greatest hits in history of Malayalam film industry.
By keeping audience pulse in mind, she has cleverly blended all the essential elements, which makes Bangalore Days a clean and decent family entertainer. Moderate pace in the second half appears to be unavoidable.
If you still haven’t watched, Go for it ! It’s strictly recommended. A must watch movie.
A minimalistic poster for a masterpiece movie called “Drishyam”
There are very few movies which will hold you back to know what going to be next. Writer director Jeethu Joseph’s Drishyam is one such film, a holding story that abandons you hypnotized with its skillful screenplay.
For the Mohanlal fans out there, particularly the individuals who were whining about not seeing him in practical and natural parts, strive for this one to see the saint in one of the finest exhibitions in his profoundly famous vocation. You can watch him just in sheer incredulity as he gives inconspicuous acting another importance, much the same as the way he has done in some of his splendid movies previously.
Drishyam might be attributed for bringing Mohanlal’s realistic acting once again on screens and pushing the captain of the ship Jeethu Joseph into a huge competition as he has made an excellent thriller drama.