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Review: Pulimurugan is a thrilling experience

Review: Pulimurugan is a thrilling experience

Mohanlal towers in Pulimurugan, feels Paresh C Palicha. What would you do if you were to direct a brilliant actor and superstar? You would let your imagination run wild, thinking about the characters he has not handled and scenarios he has not been in. That is what director Vysakh does with Mohanlal in his new film Pulimurugan (with the tagline The Wild Hunter). Here, the hero has the expertise of hunting down a tiger when it becomes dangerous for the humans in the vicinity. Written by ..., 1 week ago
Review: Mohanlal is brilliant in Oppam, 1 month ago

Review: Welcome to Central Jail is below average

Welcome to Central Jail is a typical Dileep film, which may go down well with his fans only, feels Paresh C Palicha. The problem with reviewing a Dileep film is that you have to repeat yourself, as he keeps repeating his formula. There's nothing new to write about his films. His new film Welcome to Central Jail, directed by Sundardass, is a typical Dileep film. The story is about Unnikuttan (Dileep), who is born in Poojapura Central Jail, to a couple with a revolutionary background ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Oozham is a mediocre film  Rediff.com1 month ago

Review: Pinneyum looks like a compromise

It feels as if Adoor Gopalakrishnan has targeted Pinneyum to be a commercial success, feels Paresh C Palicha. While launching his latest film Pinneyum, starring Dileep and Kavya Madhavan, auteur Adoor Gopalakrishnan had said it was a love story but you won’t find the stars breaking into song or see them running around the trees. You did not need such a reassurance from him as you are aware of his brand of film making and you know that not only the people of Kerala but the world ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Mammootty honours physically challenged Rediff film reviewer

Afflicted with cerebral palsy and bound to a wheel chair, Paresh C Palichas passion for films takes him to the theatres every Friday to review Malayalam films for Paresh received an award, presented by Malayama superstar Mamooty, for his outstanding contributions to Malayalam films as a reviewer. A report by Shobha Warrier/ theatres in India do not have ramps, his father used to carry Paresh to the theatre till he passed away a couple of years ago.Watching a movie ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Review: Oru Muthassi Gadha is worth watching

The director works as if he has a magic wand that makes this theme -- which is not exactly fresh -- engaging, raves Paresh C Palicha. You know that Malayalam cinema is passing through a vibrant phase when you see a sexagenarian making her début and playing the central character in a film. Oru Muthassi Gadha is directed by Om Shanthi Oshana, who made the successful Oma, and stars debutante Rajini Chandy. Leela (Chandy) is a bitter old lady, who is against anything modern, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Cauvery row: Bandh that serves no ends

Chennai: A local wit remarked on Thursday that he wants to organise a protest against bandhs. "What purpose do they serve except to ensure that my morning paper does not reach my doorstep, the milk packet is not delivered and I can't shop till the ...
 Times of India1 month ago Bandh that serves no ends  Times of India1 month ago

Review: Kochavva Paulo Ayyappa Coelho is a winner all the way!

Kochavva Paulo Ayyappa Coelho is truly a feel-good venture that will leave a smile on your face for a long time, feels Paresh C Palicha. Paulo Coelho’s quote from his inspirational novel The Alchemist about the universe conspiring to help you if you desire to have something desperately may hold the world record for the most used quote by all and sundry to motivate and inspire others. Now director Sidhartha Siva weaves a tale around it showing us how this quote may influence ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

This is out-of-the-red-box thinking

When Vaibhav Kumaravel would watch English films like Rush Hour, one thing that would always catch his attention was the food that the actors ate onscreen. Or, more specifically, the food containers. The containers of Chinese food we see in movies look sturdy ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Pokemon distorting real world, say doctors

Children in 10-15 age group, caught in the grip of augmented reality, may have a lopsided grasp of the real world Dubai: Augmented reality games like Pokemon Go which superimpose digital information onto real life are seriously hampering the ...
 Gulf News2 months ago Pokemon dangerous for kids, doctors say  Gulf News2 months ago
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