The renovated house was not subjected to major changes in its basic structure but the interiors have undergone a mind-blowing transformation with a slick, over-the-top design refurbishment.
Exploring the eighth theme in his Navarasa series Jayaraj, unlike his previous outings, makes his narrative fast-paced and wavy.
With a captivating storyline laced with comical elements 'Jaya Jaya Jaya Hey', written and directed by Vipin Das, marvellously exploits the suburban style and slang of Kollam.
The charming visuals and faces which fill the frames and an impactful BGM by Deepak Dev will keep you glued to the screen.
The realistic backdrop, characters and their nuances grip the viewers. However, the drama slips out of hand and goes overboard as it progresses towards the denouement.
It is very important to keep the surroundings of the house clean and avoid littering food waste to keep snakes and other poisonous reptiles away.
The noir movie narrates the story of a stray incident of crime committed in Kerala by culprits from other states.
Mesmerising ride of uncovering the mystery of a crime through investigation by applying intelligence in a hilarious style.
The family drama conjures more intensity than regular Sathyan Anthikad flicks and offers a slew of theatrical moments to explore the aesthetics of emotions.
As a survival saga, 'No way out' cannot be written off completely. It's an engaging tale that tests your patience at times.
The narrative rides entirely on Navya Nair's portrayal of a poignant middle-calss working woman with poise and intensity that is matchless.
It's Anija Jalan's ability to spot and freeze the natural and spontaneous moments that has earned her the place she has reached now.