A violinist experiences paranormal experience in his flat after a death of a girl who he tries to save due to accident. Later he realises that actually the spirit is helping him and he tries to find out who killed the girl by accident.
Jeeva goes through 3 different stages of life - from school, to college and career. It talks about the views of youth on love. The story underlines the importance of not giving up hope after a break-up.
An aspiring director targets a ruthless gangster because he wants to make a violent gangster film. His discreet attempts to research the gangster fail miserably. Finally when he gets caught snooping, things hit the fan.
Right from his childhood, the motherless Jeeva grows with his focus fully on Cricket. However, it is never smooth sailing for him with disruptions coming in various forms ranging from his love life to team selection politics.
Releasing on the eve of the 10th anniversary of the dreadful Tsunami of 2004, Prabhu Solomon has used this natural calamity as an important prop in his film Kayal. The story as evidenced in the trailer is very simple and centers around the love of a young couple. But the difference lies in the way Solomon treats this simple premise peppering it with interesting anecdotes that add value to the main theme.
In the beginning part before the film starts, an excerp from the bible is shown. The excerp is from matthew chapter 6 verse 34 however the director made a mistake mentioning Matthew chapter 6 verse 36 as chapter 6 only has 34 verses. See more »
A simple story shown in a different way,with many good meaningful messages.Characters are new but they acted really well.But screenplay is such a let down.It could have been better if it doesn't make the storyline go out of place.But it was nice how the film described destiny and fate and how it plays a game in the characters' lives.All the messages conveyed are very nice and meaningful and it is a plus to the movie.The songs are a big plus as it relieves you if you were bored watching the film.If the movie had been trimmed at parts that were draggy,and boring,it could have been nicer to watch.The film makes you empathise the lead girl when she goes out of her hometown,and see people being fierce to her.It shows that village people are more soft and emotional.That is one thing i realised from watching the film.But what i feel in the end is that,it is just a film dedicated to people who suffered in tsunami in 2004,and also to lovers,with meaningful messages that could help in daily lives.A good movie to watch if you like slow paced love movies.My rating:8/10 because of good story and cinematography and acting.
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