Jewel Mary as Jayaram’s heroine

Jayaram and Jewel Mary are paired in the forthcoming movie titled ‘Aadu Puliaattam’. This is Jewel Mary’s third film. She has shared screen space with Mammootty in her first two movies.

‘Aadu Puliaattam’ is directed by Kannan Thamarakkulam. Om Puri and Remya Krishnan also do prominent roles in this movie which is based on a myth that is believed to have happened around 600 years back.

Sudheer Karamana, S P Sreekumar, Pashanam Shaji, Ramesh Pisharody do the other main roles. The story, script, and dialogues are penned by Dinesh Pallathu. Aravind Krishna handles the camera.

‘Aadu Puliaattam’ is produced by Haseeb Haneef and Noushad Alathur under the banner of Grande Film Corporation.

Jayaram and Rimi Tomy in ‘Thinkal Muthal Velli Vare’ started

jayaram-rimiJayaram and Rimi Tomy in ‘Thinkal Muthal Velli Vare’ started its shoot. The film is directed by Kannan Thamarakkulam.

Jayaram essays the role of a script writer and Rimi Tomy as his wife who is an addict of serials. Anoop Menon is also seen in a prominent role as a producer.

‘Thinkal Muthal Velli Vare’ scripted by Dinesh Pallath is a complete comedy entertainer. Pradeep Nair is the cinematographer. The lyrics by Nadirsha are tuned by Sanand George.

‘Thinkal Muthal Velli Vare’ is produced by Anto Joseph under the banner of Anto Joseph Film Company.

Jayaram like new generation Films

JayaramJayaram, who hasn’t found a worthy hit in recent times, says that he would like to act in New Generation movies, that is coming out in Malayalam.

The actor who looks upon it as natural happenings in any industry will give a positive nod to any new generation films, if someone comes his way. Jayaram is eagerly awaiting the box office results of his new movie “Sir C P” which will be out to theatres in a week. Meanwhile, Jayaram’s son Kalidasan has recently opened to acting as a hero with the Tamil movie ‘Oru Pakka kadhai’.

Rimi Tomy Turns Heroine!

rimi-tomySinger and anchor Rimi Tomy will play the heroine in Thingal Muthal Velli Vare, directed by Kannan Thamarakkulam, with Jayaram as the hero.

According to Rimi, her character is that of a normal village girl named Pushpavalli, who is addicted to TV serials.

Rimi has earlier played cameo roles in Balram versus Taradas and Karyasthan. She had done a role in 5 Sundarikal as well. She was offered the role eventually played by Srinda Ashab in Abrid Shine’s 1983.

The film is being produced by Anto Joseph and has Anoop Menon, Janardhanan and KPAC Lalitha as well in the cast.

Njangalude Veettile Athidhikal Reviews

An average Malayali film lover will always welcome veteran director Siby Malayil when he comes out with a movie, that too after a gap. But his latest offering ‘Njangalude Veettile Athidhikal’,proves an altogether unwelcome prospect. A timid effort with little spark of imagination or flair,the movie will leave you high and dry.

It doesn’t take much thinking to realize that most of Jayaram’s characters are as predictable as the tea that is usually served in our trains. It’s mostly bland, repetitive and churned up without much effort.

It is all about marital discord, psychological trauma, fidelity and infidelity.The premise is as old as the woods and the treatment is absolutely anachronistic. The complications that the plot is laden with leave the viewer in a maze and the pedestrian end presents a picture of shambles.

Manoj (Jayaram) and Bhavana (Priyamani) are locked in a marriage which is ridden with conflicts and lack of trust.An advocate Manoj is an outgoing personality driven by his passion for money. While Bhavana is an imaginative being and is a real bookworm. Her literary bent of mind seldom finds an ideal foil in Manoj who is ruthlessly practical. The self centred Bhavana harbours a suspicion that her husband is having extra marital affairs.Their relation worsened after the death of their daughter in an accident. The arrival of Maya (Lena), in the scene complicates matters further. A woman who has no love lost for menfolk, Maya adds fuel to the fire with her closeness to Bhavana.

Afterwards we are treated to situations that would look outdated even in a movie which released two decades ago.Bhavana’s extravagant imagination runs riot and her hallucinations make her do some unthinkable things. The characters of Narain and Kalabhavan Shajon come in, to no avail. From an average family drama the film is sought to be elevated to an exhaustive psychological examination. But the hollow script never allows the film to prosper in the manner the director would have conceived.

This one could easily rank among the worst films from Siby Malayil, who has made some terrific movies in the past. The uncanny resemblance of some scenes to the classic movie Manichithrathazhu is interesting for sure. The visuals are fine but the music rarely appeals.

Jayaram repeats his trademark antics, once again. Priyamani and the rest of the cast struggles to present their badly written roles convincingly.

There is no point in mincing words, Njangalude Veettile Adhithikal tests the patience of the viewer big time. Watch it at your own risk please!

Actor Jayaram is in all praise of Shajon

Actor Jayaram is now in all praise of Shajon, one of his super juniors in his former mimicry troupe Kalabhavan. But this time he is showering his praise on the singing abilities of the Shajon whose debut song ‘Maaye Mayye’ for ‘Njangalude Veettile Athidhikal’ is a hit in the cyber space. The song is being used as the promotional material of the film which features Jayaram, Priyamani and Naren in the lead role. The movie also have Shajon playing an important role.

Directed by Sibi Malayil, ‘Njangalude Veettile Athidhikal’ will grace the theatres tomorrow. The movie is important for all the lead artists and the director, as they are all passig through a low phase in their filmy career.The movie is produced by Milan Jaleel in the banner of Galaxy films.

‘Njangalude Veettile Adhithikal’ releases on Today

Jayaram’s Njangalude Veettile Adhithikal, with Narain and Priyamani in the lead, will hit the screens Today (Oct 1). It is after a long time Jayaram is having a release.

Jayaram plays Manoj, a lawyer, living with his wife Bhavana (Priyamani) and their daughter. The story is about some frictions happening in their relationship during a certain point of time, after a tragedy.

According to the director, the film is about how some unwelcome guests can influence our lives.

Njangalude Veettile Adhithikal is being produced under the banner of Galaxy Films. Directed By Siby Malayil, K Gireesh Kumar is the scenarist. Sameer Haq is the cinematographer while Ratheesh Vega is the music director.

Jayaram’s son makes his Kollywood debut

After he stunned all with his fantastic mimicry of the Tamil superstars Ajit, Suriya and Vijay at an awards function, everyone was eagerly awaiting the announcement of Kalidas Jayaram`s launch as a hero.

The formal announcement has come. Kalidas, the son of Malayalam star Jayaram, will play the hero in Tamil director Balaji Tharaneedharan`s forthcoming film titled Oru Pakka Kathai. The announcement was made by the legend Kamal Haasan at a function in Chennai.

Kalidas is an award winning child artiste, who played the lead role in the Siby Malayil film, Ente Veedu Appoontem.

Balaji Tharaneedharan is the director of the Tamil hit, Naduvile Konjam Pakkathe Kanom.