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Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam Review

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The major film released today was Jayasurya starrer flick Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam directed by Ranjith Shankar. The film marked the reunion of Jayasurya-Ranjith Shankar team after the critically and commercially successful film named Punyalan Agarbathees. It was their first production venture too in association under the banner named Dreams N Beyond. This film also coming as their second production venture under the same banner and looking forward to repeat the success story which they had with Punyalan Agarbathees in 2013.

The trailer and songs of the film had already given the hope of a good film to the viewers. The film tells a story inspired from the life of a man named Sudheendran. He is a friend of Director Renjith Shankar and Abhaya Kumar who had co- written the screenplay with Ranjith Shankar. The film starts with Sudhi’s journey to his native place with film star Mukesh and the story unfold in a flash back as he narrates his life story to Mukesh. Sudhi who has a speech disability of stuttering had a lot of trouble in his life and the film shows his efforts to overcome it.

We have to say one thing that Jayasurya had really made this day of his own with a sterling performance as Sudhi who stutters. He was just perfect as that character and at some point the naturality in his acting will make us stood wonderstruck. This year along with Reghuram in Lukka Chuppi, Alby in Kumbasaram, Akbar in Amar Akbar Anthony, Jayasurya had given us another one in the name of Sudhi and once again showed as that he is probably the best actor in the younger generation of Malayalam cinema. Each and every movements and expressions of him bring the subtle conflicts of the character and his dialogue delivery and voice modulations were just fabulous as well.

Ranjith Shankar once again proved that he is a master in narrating story with emotional content in it and the natural humor flavor he can bring in the narration of a story is great as well. May be we can say that this film will be counted among one of his best till now. Bijipal’s music was soothing and apt for the film along with the frames set by cinematographer Vinod Elampilly. Sajan had done a great job with his cuts as it had given the pace which was essential for the film.

In Performance side no one was disappointed. Aju Varghese once again showed his stability as an actor and Mukesh was superb too. Female lead Shivada had done a neat job and artists like TG Ravi, Sunil Sugada, K P SC Lalitha, Irshad etc done their part well as usual. Jayasurya’s son Adwaith and Ranjith Shankar’s daughter Thara had done their part with satisfaction as well. Sudhi Vathmeekam is a wonderful life story. Only a few films makes you feel that you are a part of that world too and this film had done it. Don’t miss this one because its life.

Director : Ranjih Shankar
Release Date : 20/11/2015
Cast : Jayasurya, Aju varghese, Mukesh

Review : Harikrishnan

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