Vedikkettu Review | A Problematic Gallery Pleaser With Outdated Melodrama

The opening credits sequence of the movie Vedikkettu shows us the political landscape of two neighboring places that don’t share a good equation. You have Sree Narayana Guru representing Manjapra and Ayyankali representing Karingotta. Seeing the visual montages, I was really impressed and thought that even Vishnu Unnikrishnan and Bibin George knew the necessity of… Continue reading Vedikkettu Review | A Problematic Gallery Pleaser With Outdated Melodrama

Sabaash Chandrabose

In the recent past, we have seen movies with thin plots working immensely as entertainers. The second movie from VC Abhilash after Aalorukkam, Sabaash Chandrabose, is a stretched comedy that works partially because of the setting. Set in the backdrop of the ’80s, this film starring Vishnu Unnikrishnan and Johny Antony is half-baked yet sporadically… Continue reading Sabaash Chandrabose


Sujith Lal’s Randu is this socio-political satire that feels very flat in terms of how it has constructed drama in the story. Last week’s satire Oru Thathvika Avalokanam was one film that lacked a well-structured story. In Randu, Sujith Lal is actually trying to give some structure to his concept. But the outdated feel of… Continue reading Randu

Krishnankutty Pani Thudangi

When the script isn’t really providing you anything that looks interesting and unique, the efforts in the treatment to attain nobility won’t really reflect. The issue with the new Sooraj Tom film Krishnankutty Pani Thudangi is precisely that. The script written by Anand Madhusoodanan wants to create a space where there are a lot of… Continue reading Krishnankutty Pani Thudangi