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Ryan Philips is a school boy who is always up to mischief when it comes to studying the maths subject. His life is turned around when he discovers a magical pen at his antique collecting grandfather's house.
Fahad Fazil is a geeky software professional who suffers from an Obsessive-compulsive disorder. On a trip to Trivandrum for a conference, he ends up at Paravur railway station with two ... See full summary »
The story is about the real estate business happening in Kerala focusing on the city of Calicut. Surendran (Prithviraj) is the central character of the movie, who happens to be a jobless ... See full summary »
Nirnayakam is a strong family drama dealing with a major social issue, shot at the National Defense Academy Pune, Mysore and Cochin. It is the story of a young man and the bond he shares with his parents.
Jayasurya is a paraplegic, but he believes in celebrating each moment of life. He always loves to see beautiful things. Anoop Menon, a musician enters his life. Anoop Menon is completely opposite from Jayasurya's nature. He is always worried about the future. Though poles apart in their attitudes, both enjoy a good friendship and try to make each other happy. But with the arrival of a beautiful home nurse (Meghana Raj), the attitudes of both friends towards their life turn around. The aftermath of Meghana's arrival is the rest of the narration. Written by
Another V K Prakash film hits the celluloid milieu. This time around he has got a good writer, Anoop Menon, in his kitty. The script and movie is on a floating level just above the reality status. The decision to shoot the film with digital camera also plays a major role to achieve this feel. The underlying theme of the story is that every relationship or connection is based on the fact someone expects something from the other or vice versa. With this set, a paraplegic (Stephen), an outsider/stranger (John) who befriends the paraplegic and a home nurse (Anjali) for the paraplegic are thrown in. Many sequences and lines delivered by Jayasurya brings out his thoughts about being bed-ridden. And most of it just kind of zereos in on the sensual part of life. And it doesn't come as a surprise that the home nurse is either always drenched in water or wet. The story keeps moving in and out of the main theme and sometimes it runs the point right through to the heart. Other than that, I would say that the script is not that strong but I felt compelled to watch the whole movie unfurling with every shot. This may be attributed to the positive attitude that is maintained throughout the movie. The use of digital camera and some crisp editing brings in some of the best rain sequences ever witnessed in malayalam movies. And the BGM is also something that stood out really well. Overall this is not a stellar movie but it is worth spending 2 hours for the effort.
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