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Review : "Ayal"

'Pulluvan managed to comply the hardship that his life bear', "Ayal" Malayalam movie delivers that something out of conventional touch. Director Suresh Unnithan definitely deserve the appreciation for incorporating the brilliant execution. K Ampady's script engage the viewers with improbable imaginative concept. Absolutely a wonderful movie.., deserves your time.....

 The story moves around a village where the myth and morality exist in the potential ratio, here we have Dasan (Lal), who had his magical touch by practicing Pulluvan. He has a child with
his sister in law Chakkara (Iniya) and his wife Janaki (Lakshmi Sharma) struggles to keep her identity persist in Dasan's life. His touch in divinity feasibly attract the charm of Chakkara, where she desires that he always love her and stay with her.

 Villagers had a deep admiration for Dasan elicited by his qualities and smitten by his charm, Devaki Thampuratti (Lena), wife of a wealthy Brahmin, falls in a relationship with Dasan. His character of obstinately pursuing his own wish made him a talking point. When the wives and others aware of this relationship between Dasan and Devaki Thampuratti, where begins the turmoil in life of Dasan, which forms the rest of the story.

 Acting was something that we should look about, Lal stupendously maintained the stoic face and no words for his excellence in rendering. Lakshmi Sharma and Iniya have made their characters look free from any flaws. Lena needs a special mention with the way she portrayed Devaki Thampuratti, pass on the trembling moment. Kalashala Babu, Indrans, Sukumari, KPAC Lalitha, Mamukkoya and others have given their best to the characters. In the technical department, the brilliant visual composition by Sujith Vasudev, which engrossed many eyes. Cuts from Sobin K Soman also makes this a beautifully crafted one.

 There would be a debate on the length of the movie, but the way it caters the narration that fade the faults. Director Suresh Unnithan has been in the industry for long and smartly held the nerve of this tale. As we already said the script along with the credible direction leaves its impact on you. Music is nice with the hands of Mohan Sithara, Somasekharan Unnithan and M G Anil. For the banner of Seashell Movies and Elements Vision, Madhusoodhanan and M T Dileep Kumar are the producers of this Malayalam movie "Ayaal".

 Tell us your experience about this Malayalam film "Ayaal" through your valuable comments....


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