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Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Ivar Vivahitharayal

The name of the film ‘Ivar Vivahitharayal’ is different, hence it creates some curiosity among the viewers. Saji Surendran, a prominent name in the television field has entered the cine field through this film. He has got Jayasurya and Bhama in lead roles. With the immense experience the young director got from the mini screen, he has tried his luck here starting with a family oriented subject. The script is handled by the noted satirist Krishna Poojappura, who is also from the television field. Anil Nair, the director’s old companion accompanies him by handling the camera.


At the age of 22, the hero presents an unusual wish to his parents that he wants to get married soon. He got an ambitious girl as his wife. The difference in opinion inside a family and the lack of handling the situation by the hero created problems in their life. An extra consideration given by her husband for his friends, made the girl upset. How all such problems affected the stability in the young couple’s life is the theme of the film.


Though we have seen the problems between the husband and wife in many films, here some of the incidents are real adaptations from the society. The over intimacy of the friendship between the hero and his classmate girl is also a notable thing. The lack of experience in managing the house hold details of the hero is shown through a shopping experience in the humorous way. The ego clash between the father and mother is also shown, but it is not new to us.


The director has used the old hit song, ‘Poomukha Vathilkkal…’ performed by Jayasurya and Navya Nair; it has become a promotional boost up for the film. Though ‘Enikku Padanoru…’ song is not a catchy number, the excellent visual effects given by the editor Manoj, helped to make it rich. Background score by Mohan Sitara goes well with the mood. Anil Nair’s cinematography for the film is also good. Suraj Venjarammood in his style is a relief in many scenes which has got melodrama situations. Though the flavor of Dileep in ‘Meenathil Thalikettu’ is there in few sequences, Jayasurya has given his best performance. Different from 'Pulival Kalyanam' and 'Chathikkatha Chandhu', he has tried to ride the film alone without many supporters, which is good for him.


Bhama doesn’t showed much expression on her face, but compensated it with a good extend by dubbing in her own voice. Samvritha’s parent’s character done by Devan and Mallika Sukumaran not at all look like a pair, it is a miscasting. The way in which the heroine quarreled on air through the radio, with the hero is too lengthy, but on the cinematic side it is accepted. Director has given chance for many artists like Ganesh Kumar, Anoop Menon, Suresh Krishna, Mallika Sukumaran etc who worked with him in the television field, sometimes this will give a negative teleserial effect on screen. Rekha in the mother’s role doesn’t look natural or lovable.


Anyway the dubutant cine director Saji Surendran has presented the film with such a storyline in the best way it can. He has incorporated the mixture of songs, comedy and sentimental situations at certain intervals which won't make you boring. Script writer Krishna Poojappura's name should also be mentioned at this time. The pre-publicity and promotional stills of the film are different and it also created attention.


Those who are particular about family oriented subjects can watch ‘Ivar Vivahitharayal’; it gives some message to the youths also.


Rating : 7.5 / 10


2 comments:

CTRA-ATTINGAL said...

hi friend, its a good movie
it has good comedy,sentience scenes (without any lag),and a good morale. so watch it, you can see the best performances
of suraj,jayasurya,samvritha and bhama

CTRA-ATTINGAL said...

hi friend, its a good movie
it has good comedy,sentience scenes (without any lag),and a good morale. so watch it, you can see the best performances
of suraj,jayasurya,samvritha and bhama