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தமிழ் சினிமாவில் எப்படி தான் திடீரென்று ஒரே genre படங்கள் ஒரே நாளில் வருகின்றனவோ? இறைவி வந்து பார்த்தது மனதில் செட்டில் ஆகும் முன்னரே அடுத்த வெள்ளிக்கிழமை வந்திறங்கியுள்ளது "ஒரு நாள் கூத்து". இந்த படம் பார்த்ததும் "இதற்கு இறைவி என்று பேர் வைத்திருக்கலாமோ ?" என்று தோன்றியது. இதுவும் "இறைவி" போல 3 பெண்களை பற்றிய படம் தான். சொல்லப்போனால் இறைவியை விட இதில் பெண்கள் அதிகம் முன்னிறுத்தப் பட்டுள்ளனர். அவர்களது தரப்பு உணர்வுகள் இன்னும் ஆழமாக சொல்லப்பட்டுள்ளன. எந்த ஒரு எதிர்பார்ப்பும் இல்லாமல் பார்த்ததால் இந்த படம் மிகவும் பிடித்திருந்தது.

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

Time travel movies are little tricky.. they can either be the best or the worst but nothing in between. Reason is the narrative. If the story tends to move back and forth in time, then the audience always need to be on toes to understand & differentiate between the past and the present and the future. Director Vikram Kumar seems to have mastered the technique to translating the complicated stories into simple understandable movies that can be understood by the layman. Vikram's "Manam" (Telugu, 2013) featuring the Akkineni clan was a brilliant testimony of narrating an intriguing reincarnation drama without any confusion to the viewers. His latest movie - 24 is a wonderful fantascy with time travel as the backdrop.

I was little skeptical about watching the critically acclaimed "Aligarh" directed by Hansa Mehta. For those who came late, this movie is based on the late. Prof. Shrinivas Ramachandra Siras, a Marathi professor, from Aligarh Muslim University suspended on the basis of his sexual orientation. Siras later fought against his suspension and finally got reinstated only a day after his death. The movie was brilliant with powerpacked performances of Manoj Bajpayee and Rajkummar Rao.

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