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          Harshini Sabesan on Chola
Chola is one important film that has questioned the stigma associated with Virginity      and purity of women. Set with very minimal characters the film gives a great impact. From outlook, it feels to be a story  of a  girl, who steps out of her village without her mother’s knowledge for a trip to nearby town with her boyfriend, to her surprise her lover is accompanied by a stranger – who instinctively seems to be a danger to her. In her return journey her instincts work and the biggest nightmares of a woman come true. Was awestruck with Nimisha Sajayan’s performance. Music and cinematography attributes the film so well. 

'Six Feet High': Goa Film Bazaar

Set against the devastating natural disaster of the floods and landslides that wreaked destruction in northern India last year, Six Feet High ( Oraalppokkam) is not a disaster film per se but an inner journey to self-knowledge. In place of spectacular natural catastrophe scenes, it runs on painful feelings that eventually blossom into poetry.

The games city people play

I caught Ozhivudivasathe Kali (An Off-day Game), Sanal Kumar Sasidharan's acclaimed Malayalam drama, when it was released in Chennai last week. The story is set during an election day, a dry day, and it's about five urbanites who just want to go somewhere and drink in peace.

'An Off-Day Game': Mumbai Review

Smoothly blending social critique into a rollicking booze-fueled day off in the country, An Off-Day Game ( Ozhivu Divasathe Kali) presents a chilling warning that the traditional Indian caste system and rigid social roles are staging a big return

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'Ramayana Was Written Thousands Of Years Ago And We're Still Trying To Live That Kind Of Life' - Sanal Kumar Sasidharan

I was surprised to see that you figured it out. It felt very nice when I read your review. You know in my childhood, I used to read the Ramayana. It was this growing-up ritual, reading it with my father.