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    Quote Originally Posted by Murali Srinivas
    Saravana,

    You can watch Bhramaram solely for Mohanlal. He had given out a splendid performance. [Ofcourse, that's what I heard. I have not seen myself].

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murali Srinivas
    PS: You tell me one info! The film Josh - starring Nagarajuna's son [Naga Chaithanya] and Radha's daughter [Krithika], how was it? Is it a hit?
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    thanks compli. I didnt realise the original was in Tamil(thought you'll be translating from malayalam). Now that I read both, have to agree with Murali Srinivas. Great translation - looking for the next part.

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    Very good translation compli. Do carry on
    மூவா? முதல்வா! இனியெம்மைச் சோரேலே

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    Since Lohi is discussed here, let this also be here.

    http://blog.mammootty.com/2009/07/blog-post.html

    Deepak, hope you will be able to read it. For others, this was the obituary that Mammootty wrote in his blog when Lohithadas passed away. Poiganant.

    [Where is Anoop? Not to be seen this side]

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    nEyar viruppam

    Quote Originally Posted by Murali Srinivas
    http://blog.mammootty.com/2009/07/blog-post.html
    Deepak, hope you will be able to read it.
    ..and I hope will be able to translate it too.
    How about into tamil this time.
    மூவா? முதல்வா! இனியெம்மைச் சோரேலே

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    Re: nEyar viruppam

    Quote Originally Posted by P_R
    Quote Originally Posted by Murali Srinivas
    http://blog.mammootty.com/2009/07/blog-post.html
    Deepak, hope you will be able to read it.
    ..and I hope will be able to translate it too.
    How about into tamil this time.
    Unfortunately, the browser doesn't seem to support the font. Even if it did my reading skills in Malayalam are rudimentary at best! Let me finish JM's interview first....
    "Fiction is not the enemy of reality. On the contrary fiction reaches another level of the same reality" - Jean Claude Carriere.
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    Thanks for that, Complicateur.

    I've uploaded the following extras of my favorite Adoor film.



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    Pazhassi Raja

    The most awaited Malayalam movie of the decade got released on friday the 16th and the report is extraordinary. The opinion is unanimous and after a very long time the public [including extremely polarised fans] have given a thumbsup verdict for this movie.

    It is not a one man show and everybody had contributed. Mamootty as Pazhassi Raja had given out a splendid performance and Sarathkumar has got rave reviews. Padmapriya and Manoj.K.Jayan all have earned accolades.

    Pasting one sample review from another forum.

    Heroes are depicted in a movie in many ways. If it is a pure fiction then the writer has his own liberty to sketch a character with ultimate heroism. But if they are unfolding a chapter from history, their key challenge is to mold up the character with heroism by sticking on to the facts. But for this man, the legendary writer M T Vasudevan Nair, this challenge is a great bliss. While watching Pazhassi Raja, one will defenitely marvel at the craft which he brought into play to illustrate the heroic deeds of one of the brave sons of Kerala.

    In a career spanning over three and half decades, this director can now be proud of himself. Because he has proved that ‘impossible is nothing’. Director Hariharan has given Malayalam filmdom a movie, with a flame of class and cult. In other words, the most brilliant and technically crafted movie ever made in Malayalam cinema. Breathing new life to his extra-ordinary talent which Malayalam Cinema had earlier witnessed in Oru Vadakkan Veera Gadha, he succeeded in refreshing that burning desire in him to create a new movie hero like Chanthu of OVVG. The result - On screen: Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja :

    The actor who is known for his outstanding voice, exhilarating charisma and brilliant talent …. Megastar rocks. Who else can portray such a brave warrior with such exactness? His walking, costumes, dialogues, the radiance which he creates on each and every scene… Mammootty is at his best. That extra ordinary brilliance is evident in each and every scene. Delivering each and every dialogue with total perfection and splendor, he rules the canvass. Through out the movie, one will have feeling that ‘he is your King and you are residing in Pazhassi’s kingdom’. Ruling the minds of the viewers, it is simply a superb show by Mammootty.

    Be it the sound of an arrow, chirp of a bird or a heavy shower or a dusty wind , Oscar Winner resul Pookkutty’s sound mixing is a different experience. The Pookkutty factor is another major reason for the entirety of the film.

    Sarath Kumar as Idachena Kunkan also excels. Excellent performance by the actor. Likewise is Manoj K Jayan as Thalakkal Chanthu, Suman as Pazhayam veedan, Padmapriya as Kunki and Kaniha as kaitheri Makkam. Suresh Krishna as kaitheri Ambu also executed his character well.

    Pazhassiraja is a testimony. The film shows that Maollywood can produce quality films if given the means. The film that benefits from a huge budget is of course spectacular and luxurious, but at the time by giving adequate depth to the characters, the director fully utilized all the actors. Such a solid star cast with the presence of talented actors is usually a rare occurrence for a big budget film and it proved good to Pazhassi Raja.

    Ratnakar Shetty’s cinematography which is rich with artisitc touches give life to the film and brought an unexpected visual dimension. The action sequences co-ordinated by Ravi Dewan and the background score by IlayaRaja are also above the par.

    It is not an ordinary movie. It reminds you of one of the great warriors which Indian soil gave birth to… It sings you an unsung story of a legend who horrified the British empire with his courage, determination and bravery…. The film will rejuvenate that patriotic flame in you …
    Pazhassi Raja is …. the gem of a movie……


    Theatre: Kottayam Abhilash
    Show time: 9.45 am
    Status: House Full
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    The film is doing extremely well at the Boxoffice. A report.

    Pazhassi Raja storms Kerala!By Moviebuzz | Sunday, 18 October , 2009, 11:22

    Hariharan- MT Vasudevan Nair classic Pazhassi Raja produced by Gokulam Gopalan with Megastar Mammootty playing the title role has taken Kerala by storm.

    The film has grossed an amazing record Rs 1.53 crore from 125 screens in Kerala on its opening day (October 16).

    This is the highest ever opening day collection for any film in Kerala breaking the record of Twenty:20.

    Says Gokulam Praveen, the Executive producer of the film: “We are very happy with the film and its gargantuan opening, which also justified our faith in the team.” Early reports say that the film’s word-of-mouth is so good that it has potential to become a mega blockbuster.


    Also pasting some photos of the crowd.

    Trivandrum

    http://i36.tinypic.com/2jsl7s.jpg

    http://i34.tinypic.com/317f894.jpg

    http://i36.tinypic.com/2v8jnt3.jpg

    Palakkad

    http://i35.tinypic.com/wleids.jpg

    http://i38.tinypic.com/23mwiv6.jpg

    Kottayam

    http://i33.tinypic.com/2pt1lz5.jpg

    http://i35.tinypic.com/5ml4js.jpg

    Kollam

    http://i35.tinypic.com/2br8f6.jpg

    http://i33.tinypic.com/euet7t.jpg

    Ernakulam

    http://i33.tinypic.com/mrpahg.jpg

    http://i38.tinypic.com/1t33fc.jpg

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    That is truly great news if Pazhassi Raja is good. Hopefully it will translate into more work for MT. Maybe I will try and catch it in Kerala this week.
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    Compli, catchunga, catchunga, reviewivunga, reviewivunga. Thalaivar music pathi rendu moonu postaavadhu podanum ok?

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