Kaliyoonjaladi ethum- An in-depth analysis

Today, let me refresh the memories of this amazing song from Soorya Puthran, so relevant in today’s times. Although the song is basically posing some questions to various species of the animal kingdom, the visuals suggest that it happens in some Bala Gokulam summer camp, teaching patriotism to pre-teen children. Be warned, the anti-national in you would burn. Introducing prant pracharak, Jeevan. He has been … Continue reading Kaliyoonjaladi ethum- An in-depth analysis

Minnaram- An in-depth analysis

Trigger alert: so many, many many babies. This is a heart touching movie about people who set out to do big things without having thought them through. It’s like they had an idea, they patted themselves on the back for it, and just acted on it. cough *demonetisation* cough Without further ado, let’s dive into the super hit movie, Minnaram. Retd. I G Matthews, is … Continue reading Minnaram- An in-depth analysis

H.I.T.T.L.E.R, Hit-ler: An In-depth analysis

There are many movies themed around love, marriage, family, friendship, travel, and so on. Today, I will discuss a movie that has guilt-tripping as the strong plot point. After years of watching malayalam movies, I have realized that patriarchy is given in malayalam movies, mentioning it is just pure redundancy. Meet the serial guilt-tripper Madhavan Kutty, better be called Manipulative Kutty/M Kutty, as he gets … Continue reading H.I.T.T.L.E.R, Hit-ler: An In-depth analysis

Aniyathi Praavu- An In-depth analysis

There is one thing mallus (or maybe Indians in general) are confused about- love. Not philosophically, but conceptually. 90’s movies validate my assumption easily. Let’s look at the movie at hand: Aniyathi Praavu a.k.a little sister pigeon a.k.a slave of damn patriarchy pigeon. Meet Sudhi, an aspiring dancer who takes his bike to far off isolated places to practice. He hopes to impress a girl … Continue reading Aniyathi Praavu- An In-depth analysis