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Saturday, November 23, 2013

Review : "Nadan"

'Nadan' Malayalam movie review
This time director Kamal tried his hands on story that relates to cultural reform in Kerala and the circumstances prevails during those days in the art form called drama. "Nadan" Malayalam movie stands apart from director's previous one and once again Kamal stamps that his intellection to capture the plot is superlative. The crew and cast have maintained the purity to communicate the sufferance of people for stage drama. On the whole, "Nadan" is a good one..., don't miss this....

 In the beginning, we get to see the evolution of cultural drama in Kerala and how Tamil dance drama was involved in the
transition. Ochira Pappankutty was one of the man to put on the step forward to drama world and later on the same passion carried over by his son Bharathan (Harish Perady), who is well known in this sphere. Bharathan grows the roots of drama by starting Sargavedhi drama troupe and their stage dramas have gone across the boundaries because of their communistic approach. After the death of Bharathan, his son Devadas Sargavedhi (Jayaram) takes up his father's position.

 Now we see that drama troupe under the guidance of Devadasan, moves on to flourish. Here the story moves to relationship of Devadas and newcomer stage actor Jyothi (Remya Nambeesan) and the things started to get in downturn. Devadasan already married to Sudharma (Sajitha Madhathil) and has two kids. As drama troupe comes in its worse days, where companion Radhamani (KPAC Lalitha) and others cannot believe that their troupe is on closure. With the entry of G Krishnakumar (Joy Mathew), a famous lyricist in film industry provide his helping hands to revive 'Sargavedhi', but Devadasan has altogether a different decision and decides not to go against his ethics, which takes you to the climax.

 Actors have just given their top notch performances, especially Jayaram who creates the impact with his subtle rendering, Sajitha Madathil has also gave suitable approach for the character. Remya Nambeesan, Joy Mathew, P Balachandran, Harish Perady, KPAC Lalitha, M Mukundan and others have done full justice to their respective roles. Ouseppachan's music gave the special touch to the frames, where the lyrics have been written by Dr Madhu Vasudev. 

 Kamal implemented the life of dramatist named Devadasan in an effective manner and the direction was reverential with soulful narration. S Suresh Babu's script looks a bit simple and gave a feel that it could have been much more better. Each frames speaks out the movie's gracefulness and the credit goes to visual composition of Madhu Neelakandan. Good cuts from K Rajagopal did the rest. Art direction by Suresh Kollam, deserves special mention here and the same for Makeup by Pattanam Rasheed. For the banner of Ambalakkara Global Films, K Anil Kumar is the producer of this Malayalam movie "Nadan".

 If you have watched this Malayalam film "Nadan", then do share your thoughts with us....

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