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Review : "Kunjananthante Kada"

"Kunjananthante Kada" kind of introspect director Salim Ahamed himself, almost on the natural path as he weaved with his first movie. The film perfectly written by the director and find success to convey contempt within the perspective of character. Good cast support and the crew makes this movie a notable one. On a note, this movie deserves your precious time.....

 The story here talks about Kunjananthan (Mammootty), who appears to be humble and unpretentious but the reality is
altogether different. He owns the grocery shop and married his love interest Chithira (Nyla Usha) with lots of promises to bring the happiness in her life. Kunjananthan has his feelings and emotionally attached to his shop, which was once managed by his father. Also supports the villagers by providing the needful money to them and the villagers are happy to be the regular customer of his shop.

 For Kunjananthan, his shop is everything and for this nature, his married life is on verge of breakup and on a sudden he get served with the notice that his shop comes under the project of National Highway, so the shop have to be removed from the place. Now with this surrounding, he started to move through sleepless night and in think of the ways to protect his shop from this part of development. Well for further, you have to experience the rest of movie to know the decisions of Kunjananthan......

 In the performance side, Kunjananthan wasn't look the real tester for Mammootty and as always done it with ease. Nyla Usha find on the best one to make her debut in Malayalam cinema. Siddique, Balachandra Menon, Salim Kumar and others have done their characters in a supportive way. M Jayachandran's music give the distinctive touch and the lyrics have written by Rafeeque Ahamed.

 Salim Ahamed's direction works out on the best along with the subtle script and this time also director counts on the emotions, but unlike his Oscar nominated movie "Aadaminte Makan Abu". Visual composition from cinematographer Madhu Ambat deserves the special applause for the way he adapted the scenes. Editing was on bit low side and on other technical features sound bring on quality with the touch of Resul Pookutty. Allens Media banner have produced this Malayalam movie "Kunjananthante Kada".

 Share your words here about this Malayalam film "Kunjananthante Kada" through your valuable comments....


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