Suresh Gopi-starrer 'Kaaval' is a tribute from Nithin to his father Renji Panickar in many ways.
The film captures the frailty of humankind just as well as the power of unity using the contest of 'vadamvali' (tug-of-war).
Lalbagh unveils the stark realities people love to reject until they are part of it.
'Ellam Sheriakum' itself is a huge political statement that scripted the return to power of the LDF in Kerala's political scenario five years back.
Like in every Lijo movie, the characters are raw, and in Churuli, they communicate their feelings - whether joy, pain or anger - in foul language.
Aaha is a sports drama based on the well-known tug of war team, ‘Aaha Neeloor’ from Kottayam.
Kanakam Kaamini Kalaham, written and directed by Ratheesh Balakrishnan Poduval hinges on a simple, light-hearted theme, intended to trigger laughter and laughter alone.
While DulquerSalmaan is brillant as Kurup, Shine Tom Chacko too grabs attention with his performance.
Not content with four heroines -- present and past -- Siva also injects an array of supervillains into his vast canvas, but shows scant regard to infuse some meat into their roles.
The film does not hesitate showing how scared the male characters can get despite the daring look portrayed outside.