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Old 03-04-2013, 06:05 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Sarvakalashala

In my opinion the best campus film ever made in Malayalam. It captures the liveliness of college life and friendship so well that even today if one watches the film and its characters, they remind you of the college life during the glorious 80s. Story revolves around an orphan Lalettan (Mohanlal) who is doing his 3rd Masters. Lalettan believes that he cannot leave the college as it has become an integral part of his life hence finds ways to continue studying there. Respected by his juniors and the faculty alike , Lalettan even spends his vacations on the empty campus waiting for the college to reopen.

Director Venu Nagavally successfully combines the youthfulness of college life with the stark realities of life and brings out a memorable film that gets embedded in the mind of the viewer forever. The movie also brings together some of the best acting talents of the 80s and every actor has delivered a knockout performance. It is arguably director Venu Nagavally's best work, the way the director has mixed flashbacks and present action is truly seemless.

This movie would be on any of my "MUST WATCH MALAYALAM FILM" list
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