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Again a master piece from great Kala Thapasvi (in Telugu it means The
person who devotes his life for arts) K.Viswanath and first (always) in
my favorite directors list.
It's a story of a Great classical singer (Mammooty) and a boy who is just starting his career in classical music. But with his knowledge and talent he is in a position to overcome that legend, which couldn't be tolerated by this boy. Internally he realize the boy's talents but couldn't tolerate him anymore.
This resembles the story of "Amadeous" but developed and shot for Indian classical base and environment. Needless to say music is the back bone for this movie and in the name of K.V.Mahadevan his assistant Pugalendhi has composed all the songs. Each song is a master piece.
Radhika did her best and (after "Swathimuthyam" by K.Viswanath) she got an excellent opportunity to show her talent.
A Worth Watching Movie!!
*** This review may contain spoilers ***
Great film - highly recommended to watch, even for a westerner. The
previous review has a slight error.
Essentially, the tale reflects on the Maestro's life; the narrator being the Maestro shows how he falls from grace because of his ego.
He simply couldn't accept that a young boy could be more talented than him. The emotions of The Godfather trilogy are captured in 1/3 the time.
Normally this writer/director has happy endings, not this time!
The brilliance of this director/writer is just something. I can't believe he hasn't done many more movies!!
Does anyone else share this view of the author?
I certainly hope he does some more, although he might be getting on...
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