Kalathur Gramam: A surprisingly efficient rural drama

“It’s not a great film, mind you, but it’s constantly trying to do some interesting little things, and for the most part, they are all done satisfactorily. “

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The X man

Imagine if people, about 50 years later, still didn’t know who composed the music for this film. That would have been quite cool, no?”

How to write a film in 2017

“Show two characters falling in love over a shared love for demonetisation. Show a character suffering from clinical depression till his Aadhaar gets delivered and cheers him up. Show a blind shopkeeper regaining his eyesight after the implementation of GST.”

Solo: One horrible twist almost destroys a fairly fulfilling film experience

When Bejoy Nambiar pulls the rug from under your feet, it feels unexpected, sure, but also hilarious. Given that the whole team seems to have bought into this segment (composer Sooraj Kurup has been inspired enough to create the beautiful Seetha Kalyanam), I can only speculate that the idea must have seemed fascinating in writing.