Two young lovers are compatible in every way - they even agree that marriage is futile. However, their emotions are not so easily managed, especially when they witness the unconditional love of the older couple with whom they live.
The movie is based on the acclaimed novel K T N Kottur Ezhuthum Jeevithavum by T. P. Rajeevan, which is set in the backdrop of India's freedom struggle and depicts a magical history of a Kerala village.
The makers do justify the tag-line 'Pranayam Annum Innum Painkili aaanu' with a lot of sequences in the movie. And if one chooses to be, the movie will be a critic's delight as well !!!!
But if not, this Balan K Nair - Sheela love story is one well-shot and beautifully cinematographed movie that ends up being a 'sweet' , 'good' and 'engaging' presentation of an age-old love story. The sequences laced with a lot of gentle humour and beautiful frames is the major highlight of the movie and the performance of the Dulqar-Shekhar Menon combo adds a definite 'charm and gloss' to the proceedings. On the evidence of this film one does get the feeling that Kamal's director son Jenuse Mohammad is one to look out for :)
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