“USTAD HOTEL” (2012)
‘Ustad Hotel’ is about the life of a youngster who realizes his responsibilities because of a delightful relationship with his grandfather. This was the debut film by Dalquer Salman. The film is truly mesmerizing and educates a lot about life.
It is a road thriller. It is based on real life events. Rajesh Pillai has done amazing work in directing the movie. It is a new generation film and it will definitely leave you astonished.
‘Drishyam’ is a famous movie and it was recreated in various other languages. It was also being recreated in the Bollywood industry. It is a thriller movie. The film is slow paced in the beginning but it gets more and more intense towards the end. It is worth a watch movie.
This is a great movie that mainly teaches us to live to the fullest and not to get trapped within the expectations. Dulquer Salman, the actor who plays Charlie has given an outstanding performance. The story is about a youngster who is intimidated by the lead character and sets off to search him and finally the lead character is disclosed. The soundtracks included in this movie are very fascinating.
As the name suggests, the movie is about the lives and emotions between few college friends. There is portrayal of all the emotions that we possibly undergo during our college life. The director Lal Jose became very popular after this movie was released.
This is actor Dalquer Salman’s best movie ever. The story is about the working group of people in the south part of Kerala. These people are insulted and the effluent people are taking their lands away. It is a tribute to those working people. It is based on real incidences.
Blessy directed this movie and it portrays the story of a man who is the backbone of his family and develops Alzheimer’s disease. It is a heartbreaking and touching movie. It teaches us that there is nothing more essential and valuable than the relation amongst human beings.
“KERALA VARMA PAZHASSIRAJA” (2009)
The film is takes us two decades back when the East India Company was ruling Kerala which was under the supremacy of Pazhassi. It narrates the struggles and fights the people had to go through. This film was one of the most expensive movies of that time.
“MUMBAI POLICE” (2013)
Bobby and Sanjay wrote the film ‘Mumbai police’. The movie is a psychological thriller. It is about a police officer who investigates a murder case of his friend who was killed by one other friend of the police officer and ultimately he loses his memory while working on it. The movie revolves around the friendship of these three friends. The movie is prepared with utter perfection.
“THONDIMUTHALUM DRIKSAKSHIYUM” (2017)
This movie is said to be the best thing that happened to Malayalam cinema in the year 2017. It is an unbelievably sophisticated film. It unwraps the different glitches of our society and also other political and philosophical issues. It is a must watch film.
“SALT N’ PEPPER” (2011)
This movie is worth a watch. The story is mainly about the romance between a middle-aged couple who happen to fall in love. The main link between the two is the link of food (Dosa). The film is really deceitful and the actors have done a mind-blowing job
This movie is a horror film along with mystery. Santhosh Sivan who is a well-known artist and belongs to Kerala directed it. The movie is one of the best among the Malayalam horror films. There are a lot of breathtaking scenes in the movie. The characters in the movie have done a fantastic job.
‘Celluloid’ is a biopic of J. C. Daniel who is known as the father of Malayalam cinema. Prithviraj played the role and none else could have done it better. It shows the downfalls that Daniel had to go through because of the social issues and his love for cinematography that took him higher.
“ADAMINTE MAKAN ABU” (2011)
The exclusivity of this movie can be understood by the fact that it was being nominated for the Oscars. The film is about the story of old husband and his wife, who are desperate to visit Hajj and make repeated attempts to reach there. It is really an artistic movie.
“INDIAN RUPEE” (2011)
Directed by Ranjith, ‘Indian Rupee’ is said to be the best films by him yet. The movie is realistic and based on the fact that the youth are nowadays adopting horrendous ways in order to get success and the old people’s opinion matters nothing to them.
“NJAN STEVE LOPEZ” (2013)
This is an underrated movie but has a deep meaning in itself. The story is about Thiruvananthapuram, the city and it is being shown as the lead character and the negative sides of the city are being portrayed through the actor. The character Steve is a brilliant character of the film.
‘Ottaal’ is the story that revolves around the lives of grandfather and his grandson. The relation between them is very affectionate. The movie will teach you to find meaning in everything. The poem by Kavalam Narayanan at the end of film will give you chills.
This remarkable movie is an ode to a phase that is utterly forgotten. It was a debut film by Anjali Menon. It is a story concerning 10 years old Vicky who visits his familial house in order to attend the funeral of his grandpa. During the visit Vicky gets to know all about his culture and his family. This is a positively motivating film and a must watch.
“OZHIVUDIVASATHE KALI” (2015)
Due to this film, independent filmmaking was being modernized. The director of this film is Sanal Kumar. The viewers who love realism will love this movie. This movie has been a source of inspiration for people to follow their dreams.
This is a fantastic movie directed by Adoor Gopalakrishnan. The movie is about the dilemma of a poor man called Kaliappan who is a hangman by occupation. The story will teach you about justice and will leave you with a lot of questions. The movie contains a lot interesting scenes.
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