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Review: Climax- A Lifeless Film on the Life of Silk

Climax Malayalam Movie Review :

When Vidya Balan's 'Dirty Picture' shook Indian box-office from tip to toe, it gave sleepless nights to the many in Mollywood. Quite naturally, they came out with 'Climax', a failed cinematic attempt on the life of Smitha, popularly known as Silk. But it's more a distorted copy than a faithful representation of Silk's life. However the filmmakers say that the movie delves into her life and probes the secret of her suicide. After watching this so called 'photocopy of Silk's life', we rued the moment we went to watch it. Anil - Kaloor Dennis team has come up with a B-grade movie in its every aspect. It is neither erotic nor emotionally appealing.

'Climax' is just a camera scanning of Sana Khan's voluptuous beauty. She reminds us of an item girl and is not truly fit for the role. The story and script are just able to evoke the feel of those midnight movies we used to watch when our parents were fast asleep. Apart from a fragile storyline and a handful of weak characters, 'Climax' even lacks the presence of a director. Anil is just there in the title and is literally not in the movie. Technical and artistic elements like camera, editing, dubbing, casting, music etc. make the movie even more pathetic. In total 'Climax' is just an amateurish attempt to cash in on the sexual appetite, even though it fails to do so.

In 'Dirty Picture', the title character is so strong and even bagged a National Award. When it comes to Climax, we feel the movie is cooked up by some necromantic filmmakers just to sell a rotten corpse. They even used original Silk Smitha on screen just to get the audience swayed, but it fails terribly.

No element is there to demand an applause. Even Sana Khan's curvaceous body can't keep the audience glued to the screen. An utter waste. That is the best box-office verdict which suits 'Climax'.

(Language Editor : Sreenath V S)

Listen To Swathi Thirunal Padams in K.S. Chithra's Voice

19th century witnessed the Golden Era of music and arts in Travancore. It was the period of  Sri Swathi Thirunal Rama Varma  (April 16, 1813 – December 25, 1846), the Maharaja  of the state of Travancore in India. He was a patron of music and was an excellent musician himself. Swathi Thirunal encouraged both Hindustani and Carnatic music, though he was essentially a maestro of the Carnatic music tradition. He is credited with composing over 400 compositions in Carnatic and Hindustani music.

Here you can listen to some of his enchanting compositions in K.S. Chithra's ethereal voice. These songs are from the album titled 'Enchanting Melodies'. If you like the songs, you can buy the album from directly from here. Click on the link given below and you will be redirected to the page.

Buy Enchanting Melodies from

1. Panimathi

2. Aliveni Enthu

3. Kinthu Cheivu

4. Tharu Nee

5. Poonthen

6. Jalaja Bindhu

7. Kantha Thava

8. Theliviyalum

9. Kanthanodu

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Review : Immanuel - A String of Advises

Immanuel Malayalam Movie Review :

After the commendable success of  'Ayalum Njanum Thammil', Lal Jose has come up with a disappointing film, 'Immanuel'. With its cliched story-line, characters, scenes, unconvincing twists etc. 'Immanuel' offers nothing interesting. It is a story that revolving around an important theme and that theme is relevant too. The target war in the corporate sector and the Job Killers are new to Malayalam Cinema. But the apt time for the subject was the recession time.

'Immanuel' is the story of a man who is trying spread humanity and generosity even in the corporate sector where targets decide the existence everyone. The script is cliched in its aspect. It fails pathetically to convince the audience. Mammootty dons his run-of-the-mill role of an 'innocent god-man'. That is terribly boring. We have seen Mammootty in similar roles in films like Best Actor, Bavuttiyude Namathil, Palunku and so on. The complete setting of the movie is a fiasco. Fahad Fazil, appearing in a familiar get-up, is also an unconvincing character. But he has taken efforts to make it better within the limitations of the script. 

Performance-wise the cast is good. Cinematography also has its plus points to note. But the film is not  appealing anyway. It is actually a string of advises. Here Lal Jose fails to remember that giving advises is not the function of a movie. A religious talk or moral text is enough for that. A film should be an experience, either visual or conceptual. 

Since the ticket costs some money and the movie lasts for more than two hours, the audience has the minimum right to expect something novel and engaging. At this basic point, 'Immanuel' is a failure. Something is there, but failed to show-off that something.