The story is a little “Malgudy”-esque and has universal appeal. A simple story set in a village with all its innocence and its unique characters The protagonist is Barber Balan (Sreenivasan) who struggles to make a living with his dilapidated saloon which he wants to renovate.
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Whenever I get a new vehicle I give two coconuts to Pazhavangadi Ganapathi and whenever a Mohanlal movie releases I give Rs. 40 to Thampanoor SreeKumar-SreeVisakh. It is a ritual. Now let me do the unthinkable and call Rock n’ Roll a good one. The movie does the bare minimum – entertain, while many new […]
There is a one year old story that Mohanlal dumped “Ali bhai” because the script had nothing new to offer. After watching the movie at Shenoy’s yesterday, I wish. Sreenivasan came up with this classic dialogue once (in his monologue TV show) “I see mimicry artists imitate Mohanlal and Mammooty, I understand that they do […]
Film makers often fear to touch the communists,(and most often it is for singing praises) – they fear to touch live issues too. Lal Jose does both. Cuba Mukundan, the central character played by Sreenivasan is, when you think about it, the “party” itself. With all that is right about it and many things that are outdated. Lal […]
Mission 90 Days, In theatres. a Classic reaction, which sums it up – “Worth! Worth” Me: “Is it!!” “Veruthu!Veruthu” Everyone has a right to self-indulgence, good film makers have done it brilliantly, and bad film makers make Mission 90 DAYS. Major Ravi, the director of movie and an erstwhile NSG commando who headed the operation […]