Aviyal wants to be this eventful coming-of-age story about a man. But its peripheral approach and the desperation to look complex somewhere makes it an unimpressive script. It shows the travel of a man from his teens to early thirties. But the movie wants to cover so many bullet points that it forgets to invest… Continue reading Aviyal


There is an extremely minimal bit in the climax of the movie Vaanku by Kavya Prakash, where we hear the Vaanku (Adhan) in a female voice. It felt so good that my disappointment towards the whole film increased seeing it. Vaanku is a politically pertinent theme that got a messed up treatment mainly due to… Continue reading Vaanku


Adhyarathri is a very simplistic entertainer format comedy that deals with the importance of woman’s consent in an important event like marriage. While the film isn’t achieving anything in particular in terms of craft or scripting, this 129 minutes long movie is never really an annoyance. Biju Menon is in that Vellimoonga zone of comedy… Continue reading Adhyarathri