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Review: Kattappanayile Rithwik Roshan entertains

The story of an underdog, Kattappanayile Rithwik Roshan is quite decent, feels Paresh C Palicha. The most popular stories are usually about underdogs fighting against odds to achieve success. Kattappanayile Rithwik Roshan, the new film directed by Nadirshah after the success of Amar Akbar Anthony, is about one such underdog. It needs to be appreciated that he does not depend on mimicry here, as he did in his first film. Here, he tells the story of a guy who wishes to be a film star ..., 1 month ago

Review: Swarna Kaduva doesn't live up to expectations

Biju Menon feels bogged down by expectations that his latest film carried, feels Paresh C Palicha. Biju Menon has been considered a lucky mascot by Malayalam filmmakers for the last few years. His presence in the posters guarantees at least minimum quotient of entertainment and audiences make a beeline to the theatres. Some directors have even tried to weave stories around the strong points in his personality, that is, humour and physique. The latest in the list is director Jose ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Review: Aanandam is a fun journey

It is the charm and the freshness of the young cast that makes Aanandam work, says Paresh C Palicha. Ganesh Raj's Aanandam tells the story of a bunch of first year Engineering students, who are excited to go on their first Industrial Visit or IV, which combined learning and excursion. The director presents the story of seven students. Among the boys, one is silent and brooding, another is an introvert unable to express his feelings even to the people close to him, the third pretends ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Review: 10 Kalpanakal, a shabbily made thriller

The screenplay moves back and forth in a confusing manner, unnecessarily lengthening the run time of the film, says Paresh Palicha. The news that Meera Jasmine was making a comeback of sorts into Malayalam cinema was exciting. Add to that the fact that she was doing so under the directorial baton of the stylish editor, Don Max. So, you settle down to see 10 Kalpanakal, anticipating a tight thriller where Meera dons the garb of a police officer for the first time in her career. Shaziya Akbar ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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