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Commented on own review

Jul 03, 2015 07:22 PM

Thanks Gita. No worries...Mammootty or Kamal, the story steals the show...so you may watch the movie, if you are yet to watch it...

Reviewed Papanasam

Jul 03, 2015 01:29 AM 6023 Views

(Updated Jul 03, 2015 01:32 AM)

Papanasam is one of the most awaited movie of Kamal Hassan in 2014.   Ever since the name is been tagged with the remake of Malayalam film Drishyam, the expectation grows manifold.  It made more curious to see how Kamal Hassan many a time national winner will reproduce a character the Complete a...Read more

Reviewed Vilappurangal - Lizzy

Jun 18, 2015 12:23 AM 5514 Views

(Updated Jun 18, 2015 12:36 AM)

A daring attempt to portray life of a society considered prost-itute, through which telling the story of a city, Lizy's'Vilappurangal' is a novel which takes the readers to the darkest corners of the city and mind of a female.  The author makes sure that the journey breaks more than one barrier ...Read more

Reviewed Nireeswaran - V. J. James

Jun 04, 2015 12:40 AM 7073 Views

(Updated Jun 04, 2015 12:42 AM)

What makes a good novel?   What makes a classic novel?    I think the answer is almost the same.   The foremost importance is the story.   The novel should have an entertaining story.  (For the new generation brains which says writing novels with a story is a'criminal act', may take leave now.) ...Read more

Commented on deepa.s's review

May 26, 2015 01:29 PM

Lightning doesn't strike twice in the same place too often...too cool to represent your opinion on the book...Sequels generally will have the burden of expectation and to match that the sequel has to be better than the prequel...good write up there...

Commented on own review

May 26, 2015 01:22 PM

Thanks Jitendra...yes, the stories were impressive and the messages in the book were too good...

Commented on own review

May 26, 2015 01:20 PM

Thanks Deepa...in fact the title was tempting me to buy it but it turned out to be only 50 percent feminist views, rest a humanist...for the quotes, yes, the book has many quotes like that you can say 100 plus...I only selected few...

Reviewed Ningal Enne Feminist Akki - Nirmala

May 25, 2015 05:11 PM 2754 Views

(Updated May 25, 2015 05:39 PM)

First thing I liked about this book of short stories is its name.   'Ningalenne Feminist Aaki.(You made me a Feminist)'   Even thought it is giving an impression that the writer is a Feminist and the stories are going to be the kind, the name in itself was excellent.  Interesting and inviting. ...Read more

Reviewed Mumbai - Lizzy

May 23, 2015 12:44 AM 2633 Views

Lizzy's first malayalam novel, 'Mumbai' is an attempt to show different faces of the city Mumbai. The novel is more a promise than an excellent product. I mean, it announces the arrival of a potential author who can write excellent novels. The novel is simple and good. It doesn't enter into t...Read more

Commented on own review

May 21, 2015 01:01 PM

Thanks Gita...by all means you can share the review...

Reviewed Chorasasthram - V. J. James

May 20, 2015 11:41 PM 5818 Views

A good piece of literature will always have the stamp of God, the universal force, saying Attested and approved. It is rare, indeed very rare to find such inspired books. When you read such two books from an author what else you can assume but he/she is a blessed writer? After reading novels ...Read more

Commented on jmathur's review

May 16, 2015 10:57 PM

Congratulations Jithendra on reaching this milestone! That too with wonderful reviews one after other....Keep writing and keep rocking!!!

Commented on fenil_seta's blog

Fenil's Bollywood Talk # 317

Jul 21, 2014 08:13 PM

Hi... Good to see that you are continuing the bollytalk....that's cool! Now a days small films has to struggle really hard to make any big revenue and the low cost may prompt the producers to limit their advertisements. Then, a wise producer may product the movie with a low cost but promote it well,... so that they attain high revenue out of it.... Keep writing...keep rocking....Read More

Commented on prasu.sreeju's review

Jul 13, 2014 10:06 PM

Oh! How I love the movie till the last 30 minutes or so. It was different and I enjoyed it. Then, by the climax the movie was just lost out of stamina with less content. Your reference to Thoovanathumbikal is correct. Had the writers been little more careful it could have been presented much bet...ter way to make it as a classic. As such, your rating is justified for a feel good romantic film. Keep writing....Read More

Commented on Aarini's blog

The Wonder Of Living

Jul 13, 2014 09:50 PM

Life Nature Beauty Love LNBL.... A positive post there. This is summer but your post bought some rain and a hope of a snow....I have to take that the summer heat is only the warmth of the rain Gods... I agree on your view that Life and its happiness is on the small details. A little act of lov...e and warmth of care do help us. At the same time I feel that it is a journey to a happy moment, the expectation, building up and the achievement . Then comes the retrieval stage. The memory of the moments will make us happy and we may seek more of it. Then we should start our journey to the next happy moment, it is another journey...the small and big acts of support and love always contributes but the goals and achievements always give us strength to walk the extra mile... Happy to see you around....Read More

Commented on prasu.sreeju's review

Jul 12, 2014 02:03 PM

That's right. It is the universality of the subject or say the emotions on which the makers bank on worked the wonder. No doubt there are many good films around than Drishyam. Then, it is the success of the writer which made the film different. The writer took nearly 1 hour 10 minutes to establish t...he characters and situation and the strike started the story. This made the characters set well with the audience and when their favorites are in danger they moved with them. The brutality even when it happened, it worked the family way, especially against the younger girl. Having said all, the film got a unanimous (almost) yes and that mattered at box office. Indeed, it will take many films to recreate the habit of theater going among the audience, but it is a beginning I believe. The film proved one more point which Bangalore Days reconfirmed, i.e. a well made film if promoted well can reap many fold profit and people still don't mind paying money to watch a film if it can really entertain them. For Bangalore days, I liked the film and yes, a family subject been told in cosmopolitan environment. The friendship factor, evervibrant Nazria, young star Nivin Polly and Dulqar did well in the film. The director of Anjali Menon did a wonderful job in the film to make it as a cool film. However, the writer Anjali Menon I felt disappointed me. This I say in comparison with Ustad Hotel. In an attempt to justify each and every character and to complete each and every story, the movie was shifting focus often which fail to keep the initially created wonder throughout. Still, yes, it is one of the best entertainers in these days. I liked Om Shanti Osana also. For Punyalan Agarbathis, true there is a mixture of gen films and worked well. Oops, took long space here, anyway, thanks for your comment which prompted me to write such a long comment after such a long time...Read More

Commented on prasu.sreeju's review

Jul 09, 2014 04:34 PM

Excellent review in part turned out to be a mini analysis of detective movies in Malayalam. Drishyam is the best thing happened to Malayalam cinema, no, to Indian cinema. (The way Drishya is getting accepted in Kannada, I am sure in the coming months and years it is going to rock Indian screen for a... needed change.) This is one movie which have a unanimous opinion. The movie nearly undid the 3 years work of new gen movies and bringing back the celebration of story based cinema to theaters and people out of their houses. The success of How Old Are you and Banglaore days has something to do with the success of Drishyam where the families are now getting a habit of coming out of their houses to theaters and they are enjoying it. I thought of writing a review about the movie long back, but somehow delayed and delayed and finally didn't happen till today... Belated congrats on the ROTD and keep watching and writing!!!Read More

Commented on avaneet's review

Jul 09, 2014 04:23 PM

Cool! Indeed, the movie is an all out winner. I went to it with all the expectations and is fully satisfied with the film. I think that makes the film a huge hit, i.e. satisfy you even after you watch it with high expectation. As such the movie is doing well in Karnataka as well, (Drishya) and T...elugu version is coming this weekend. You are correct in your statement this is a film which will each Indian will be proud of, for the movie is been made in India and each Indian can connect to its characters and story...Keep writing...Read More

Commented on GRuchirG's review

Jul 09, 2014 04:15 PM

Cool review there!!! Dracula is a master piece and as in my review, nothing less than 5 from my side. As of now I am doing a translation of it to Malayalam and I can appreciate the novel 10 times that I liked it in the first place and gave 5 star. The novel when read in depth has many layers and eac...h layer is beautiful. Even the horror is beautifully decorated. If one read the novel in depth there is another Dracula in each of its characters and what a joy to find it out. Good review there...Keep writing... @desprado Coming to MS after a long time and find good to see you people around...Read More

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