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இரண்டு வரிகளில் முடிக்கக்கூடிய ஒரு சின்னஞ்சிறு கதையை இரண்டு மணி நேரத்துக்கும் குறைவான சமயத்துக்கு நம்மை சீட்டின் நுணியில் பதைபதைக்க உட்காரவைத்து, நகம் கடித்து, இதயம் வேகமாக துடிக்கவைத்து நம்மையும் கதாபாத்திரங்களின் உலகத்துக்கு கொண்டுபோகமுடியும் என்பதை வெற்றிகரமாக காட்டியிருக்கும் படம் தான் - கலி. நான் இந்த படத்தை பார்க்க ஆர்வமாக இருந்ததற்கு ஒரே ஒரு காரணம் - "மலர் டீச்சர்" சாய் பல்லவியின் இரண்டாவது படம் இது. ஆனால் பார்க்க ஆரம்பித்ததும் படத்தில் உள்ள எல்லோரையும் பிடித்துவிட்டது.

She packes the suitcase, carresses the white saree with love remembering that it was her saviour to ward off the alliances she was not interested in... the rain starts outside and she walks towards the window and sees the falling drops with love.. there was a serene peace in her face, smile and she was looking forward for the impending new life with her lover for close to 25 years. Ideally this scene would have given happiness to any viewer of a love story but for me it was the most pathetic, heart wrenching scene considering that as a viewer I know that her world is going to crumble in minutes. Especially when we have a solid performer like Parvathy enacting the role of the lover, our sadness just multifolds. This is in the climax of the malayalam blockbuster - Ennu Ninde Moideen

Vettah - a movie that made me look forward for more than one reason - Manju Warrier as a lady cop. This movie was helmed by Rajesh Pillai, who kickstarted the new generation movie trend of malayalam and he can easily be termed as a saviour of malayalam cinema which was then fast reaching the zenith of mediocority and absurdness. Unfortunately Rajesh Pillai passed away on the day 'Vettah' hit the screens. So the movie got overshadowed by his death news and there was no coverage for the movie. 'Vettah' deserves a special mention in malayalam cinema annals.

There are some movies that make you laugh, cry and sympathise with the onscreen characters but there are very few movies that make you look yourself in the caharcters. You might even like to do in life certain things the characters had done onscreen. And at the end you might feel good about youselves... Charlie (malayalam 2015) is definitely among such movies. Directed by Martin Parakkat, this movie had Parvathy and Dulqer Salman as lead protagonists supported by Aparna Gopinath, Nedumudi Venu and Shoubin Sahir.

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