And you may be a little less disappointed. His face is marked by a perennial gloom. The film has everything else going for it. So does the image of the shopkeeper behind jars of mouth-watering goodies. The arguments of the husband and wife are so real that you will find the humor in it quite genuine.
The songs featured in the film are composed by. Kunjananthante Kada Release Date is 29-08-2013 and Kunjananthante Kada running time is 135 Min. Kunjananthante Kada is a film with two dimensions of social and personal ego. The rest of the cast including Siddique, Balachandra Menon, Salim Kumar, the kids and the actors who played the roles of other shop owners were good in their respective characters. The film holds together human lives entangled in development projects.
The usage of the content and images on this website is intended to promote the works and no endorsement of the artist shall be implied. The movie has none other Mammootty as a egoistic man Kunjananthan. He doesn't even pay heed to the owner Nambiar's offer for a big money to shift to another place and start something new. But in the festival circuits and among serious viewers, this movie will get awesome applauds for its meticulous making and content. But as the Road Development Society of the state plans to widen the roads and serves a notice to evacuate the place in 15 days, Kunjanthanan is left with attempts to somehow avoid leaving his priced possessions. Nyla Usha who plays Chithira brings in an element of boldness which gives her character an irresistible identity.
Arrive at the event and walk in without waiting in the queue. Mammotty plays the role of Kunjananthan, a grocery shop owner. The dialogs were practical and sharp. The owner of the building pleads with him to vacate the shop so he may settle his debts, but Kunjananthan does not relent. An ambitious road project threatens to derail the peaceful lives of a few shopkeepers in a village. Resigned to an unhappy marriage, it is this shop that is at the centre of his existence.
And you may be a little less disappointed. The first half is pretty much on the personal side of Kunjananthan and as the story traverses to the second half, it goes to that social terrain. Excellent background score by Issac Thomas Kottukappilly, music by M. In one of the scenes, Kunjananthan, torn by the knowledge that his shop is going to be taken over for road development, watches his shop from a distance in the middle of night. Rave reviews and much critical acclaim. Technically, the direction is impressive. His shop is his sentiment, perhaps the lone feeling that keeps him alive.
It is hard not to be disappointed by this one! Nyla Usha makes an impressive debut as Chithira. Mammootty won for Best Actor. When Kunjananthan opened shop this weekend, the comparisons were inevitable. But, only if he had remembered that the script is at the soul of a film. The owner of the building pleads with him to vacate the shop so he may settle his debts, but Kunjananthan does not relent.
He, though entered into a love life with Chithira Nyla Usha after a period of romance, is currently in a tumultuous married life with no understanding or adjustments between each others. In between he lends supremely human touches to his characters. There are no easy answers to the development-displacement debate, and the filmmaker loses direction once he has swerved to take that giddy route. At a particular instance he is being forced to leave his possession that meant a lot to him emotionally. Sync sound was used nicely and compared to other sync sound movies we have seen in Malayalam, this one was much clear may be because of the quiet environment they chose.
Deliveries will be intimated by 1st week of December. There also the writer-director creates that genuine sarcasm of teasing the attitude of our central protagonist. Her role with a definite stances is aptly balanced and supported by the writing, though she has nothing to do in the final scenes of transformation. The content and images used on this site are copyright protected and copyrights vests with the respective owners. No downright statements are established, no myths are broken, Salim confines himself to a simple purpose; telling a beautiful tale earnestly. Often he is dour, detached and dissatisfied. Film: Kunjananthante Kada Malayalam Director: Salim Ahamed Cast: Mammootty, Nyla Usha, Balachandra Menon, Siddique A debut film that swept the National and State Film Awards.
Forget Adaminte Makan Abu, its many laurels, the director who held out a lot of promise and watch this one without strings attached. A good applause must also go to the art department which was finer than ever, recreating a realistic village junction and the associated structures. The film stars in the titular role, as a shopkeeper, alongside debutante actress while and play other pivotal roles. The synchronized sound recording has not been such perfect in Mollywood in recent times. Kunjananthante Kada is a movie that needs to be appreciated for sure, but the slow pacing especially in the later half and the lack of commercially viable factors may mar it's theatre run. Kunjananthante Kada is a 2013 Malayalam drama film written and directed by Salim Ahamed.