The butterfly is mentally mental so is love !!!

A journey of George’s life. Portrays 3 stages of the love life (school, College & Working). George – a carefree boy who takes life as it comes in all the stages of life. A journey filled with School, Crush, First Love, Friends, Booze, Fights, College, Love, Atrocity, Emotions, Acceptance, Dance, Music, Cafe, Business, Cake, Melodies, Marriage. A complete movie – PREMAM with all the above things packed perfectly and a sensational HIT in Malayalam Film industry and also in Tamil Nadu. ( Very rarely films run 100 days, but this film running beyond that with all houseful shows ).

A perfect movie for Nivin Pauly and Alphonse Puthren. Though there is no strong story line, this movie reached many hearts because it related to the reality. Each and everyone watched the movie can relate any one of the incidents from the movie to his life. Music added great value to this movie. Sabareesh’s lyrics added more flavors to the songs.BGM will take you inside the movie plot and travel till the end. The mesmerizing MALAR Miss character (Sai Pallavi) won all the hearts. Her charming smile and the Tamil slang was simply adorable.

Premam - Feel Good Movie

Special mentions for the Dance choreographed by Sai Pallavi ( Rocku Kuthu Tamil fast number), fight intro scene for Nivin in College and the BGM around that, AGAPE Cafe, Red Velvet Cake, Malar Miss Character and all the songs, Mava – Java Sir, Nivin’s Look.

Overall a feel good movie with a lot of happiness and can feel some freshness when you come out of the theater. Hats off to Alphonse Puthren for his mastermind screenplay and for this wonderful experience.

The butterfly is mentally mental so is love meaning !!! This is the conclusion given by the director ( End Card ). 🙂

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Earlier, Now and Forever; Happy Watching Movies!

I’m a movie buff. My Love and interest for watching movies is not getting reduced as years pass by. In the recent times, I’m have become a fan of Malayalam Film industry (both off-screen and on-screen ). I just simply wonder at their simple and easy way of story telling and screenplay which is almost closer to reality and brilliant performances of the actors. Most films have a touch of their soil and surely will make any Malayalee to miss his hometown. And I have to mention about the friendliness between the artists. I’m not sure about the old Malayalam movies, I’m talking about the recent time Malayalam movies.

Mamookka, Lal Ettan, Dulquar, Nivin, Biju Menon, Kunjakogopan, Prithvi Raj, Jayaram, Fahad, Kalapavan Mani, Nithya Menon, Parvathi Menon, Nazriya Nizam etc., are my favorites.  Good to see that few of Malayalam movies hit the Box Office in Chennai in the recent times. Premam, Yennum Yepozhum, Dhrishyam, 1982, Baskar the Rascal, Shutter, Salt and Pepper, Dady Cool, Mili, Bangalore Days, Om Shanthi Osaana and Ustad Hotel are few of the recent movies I watched. I liked all the movies.
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I never intend to compare Tamil and Malayalam industry. As I know both the industries has their own style of making, different cultures, a different way of working and different kind of audiences.  Giving importance to the story line, close to reality screenplay, nativity dialogues, beautiful ladies, language and slang, mesmerizing music, greeneries all over the movies are the key features of the success of Malayalam industry.
Anyways whatever may be the language, good to see good films. I get a lot of inspiration and motivation from Movies; Earlier, Now and Forever. Happy watching Movies.