Ottayaal Paatha – The Narrow Path

I happened to see this beautifully pitched emotional movie on father-son relationship “Ottayaal Paatha” as part of KIFF (Kozhikode International Film Festival). With almost zero gimmicks of an offbeat film, directors Santosh Babusenan and Satish Babusenan gives life to a heartening story of a lively bond between a father and son. Akhil is this engineering …

Ezra

I have to say that the first half of the movie Ezra is crafted very smartly packaging it with typical horror movie ingredients plus a conflict that is genuinely fresh. The impression the movie manages to create through it is a positive one. But the film fumbles considerably in the second half, especially towards the …

Fukri

The story of the film Fukri has nothing really fresh to offer to its audience. But the two and a half hour long movie has enough humor in almost all the scenes and you won’t feel bored. Some of you may feel that the jokes are slightly excessive, but still I would say that it …

God Say

Remember Lage Raho Munnabhai from Rajkumar Hirani? The movie God Say starring Vinay Forrt in the lead role is actually a broader version of the kind of Gandhigiri aspect we saw in Munnabhai. Set in the 90’s, this film’s first half mocks the society satirically while the slightly over the top conceptualization of second half …

Kaadu Pookkunna Neram

Dr. Biju’s films always had that politically strong agenda to its credit. His latest film Kaadu Pookkunna Neram featuring Indrajith and Rima Kallingal in the lead roles is also dealing with a strong political statement on the general unquestioning notion of the public on the Maoist movements that has been happening in India. While the …