Film Review – Hyder Ali
To be perceived our real life and surroundings on screen is a wordless happiness and an soothing experience to enjoy , the film ‘SATHYAM PARANJAAL VISHWASIKKUVO’. is given such a feeling. It is un- undoubtedly a real family entertainer, a film picking up life from our family to be enjoyed with our family.
After seven years recess, actress Samvrutha Sunil is beautifully rendered her coming back in ‘’SATHYAM PARANJAAL VISHWASIKKUVO’’
Another key name in the film is Sajeev Pazoore, the brilliant script writer of ‘Thondimuthalum Driksakhiyum’ who won national and state award for the film. As the film brimmed with family factors the political echoes which the film resounding are also cited for significance.
After ‘Rakshadhikari Baiju’, Biju Menon is portrayed in his best in family role, in ‘’SATHYAM PARANJAAL VISHWASIKKUVO’. The film is depicted the true life of ordinary human beings and reminds of some goodness in their heart. This film is truly a realistic experience also.
The core theme of the film is the alcoholic addiction of Malayalees. Biju Menon is featured in screen as the protagonist named Suni, an artisan, a daily wager. Samvrutha is depicted in the role of Suni’s wife Geetha. Geetha is a naive village woman and Samvrutha cracking her coming back debut role acted very realistically. Sudhi Koppa, Alencier and Dinesh Nair also are featured in major roles from beginning to the end with Biju Menon. The role played by Sudhi Koppa hit theaters with laughter and scored well.
The film begins with laughter and centers around the difficulties in the life of Suni and his friends. Suni is a drunkard who spends his small wage for buying drinks. Geetha, the wife of Suni was fallen in love with him when Suni came as an artisan in constructing her house and she went with him. They have a daughter also.
How the problems related to alcoholism are made commotions in their family disturb us very much. An unexpected incident happened in the life of Suni and his friends on his daughter’s birthday. Biju Menon as an artisan and as a drunkard is kept well as the character Suni. Samvrutha also is performed well as the wife of a drunkard. As Kurupu and Thamara, Alencier and Sudhi Koppa are excelled in performance.
G Prajith, the director of ‘Oru Vadakkan selfie’ is very differently crafted his second film as a family entertainer. ‘’SATHYAM PARANJAAL VISHWASIKKUVO’ is satirically portrayed the unbearable addiction for drinks among Malayalees. Director Prajith handles the subject expecting family audience and he simply tells the tale without losing the essence of the script and its seriousness.
The subject which would have lost its essence if slipped out of hand is brilliantly crafted by him with no chance of confusion. The background music scored by Bijibal is bestowed to have a swift flow to the film. The song “Ambaram Pootha…. ” is offered a feeling of joy and freshness for our ears and music scored by Viswajith and Shaan Rahman duo. Unlike to see and to forget, ‘‘SATHYAMPARANJAAL VISHWASIKKUVO’ touch our heart.