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18 year old girl from St Teresa’s College "Aswathy" is Arjun’s heroine

Aswathy Ashok, the 18 year old girl from St Teresa’s College, Ernakulam (Asin Thottumkal’s alma mater) has become the youngest ever heroine to be cast opposite ‘Action King’ Arjun in Major Ravi’s new action adventure film Mei Kavu.

Aswathy whose parents were working in Dubai, made her debut in Fazil’s Malayalam film Moz and Cat, which released for Vishu in Kerala.

A Fazil discovery or those who act in this noted director’s films early in their career has always made it big in south cinema. Ask Poornima Jayaram, Nadia Moidu, Kushboo, Shalini and so many others?

Major Ravi has an impressive track record in Malayalam making patriotic army based films with Mohanlal, and his Aran was an above average in Tamil. Now he is making another action adventure patriotic filmMei Kavu with Arjun, which may work well keeping the actor’s image in mind.

The tagline of the film produced by ITA Films says- “One vision One mission”. Noted cameraman Ravi Varman is the cinematographer, while Sundar.C Babu is the music director of the film which will be shot in foreign locations of Thailand.

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Bhagyadevata - review

Veteran director Sathyan Anthikad's latest Jayaram starrer Bhagyadevata is yet another must-watch, after his Achuvinte Amma (2005), Rasathanthram (2006), Vinodhayathra (2007) and Innathe Chinthavishayam (2008). After a dull start at the box office, this family entertainer, set in the lush green backdrop of Kerala's fertile Kuttanad region, is currently running house full in all releasing centres across the state.

Bhagyadevata revolves around Benny (Jayaram), a farmer and local cable operator in the rural area of Kuttanadu. He has a family comprising his widowed mother, two sisters Sophie and Sali, and his paternal grandmother. In the struggle to make ends meet, Benny often finds himself on the losing side. Benny is perpetually in search of business opportunities that would make him financially secure. Benny's friend Sadanandan (Nedumuni Venu) gives him the idea of buying a second-hand fishing boat. To finance the purchase of the boat, he also suggests that Benny should get married for a substantial dowry. Benny marries a state agriculture officer's daughter Daisy (Kanihaa) hoping to get dowry of five Lakhs, using which he can get his sisters married and buy a boat.

However, Daisy's father (Venu Nagavalli) fails to pay the amount on the day of marriage. He asks for a grace period of three months. In the meantime, Daisy becomes the darling of his home, but Benny, who had planned things based on the dowry and even paid an advance for a fishing boat, feels cheated and turns desperate. He tells his wife that he will not consummate their marriage unless he gets the money. Things take a different twist from that point.

Though an age-old tale, the film still holds audience interest. Moving on predictable lines, especially in the second half, it is certainly not the director's best film. Yet, the film still succeeds in creating a refreshing charm. Sathyan has handled the subject with aplomb, subtly pointing out the soft underbelly of society's ills without preaching.

Jayaram excels in a tailor-made role. Brilliant framing by cinematographer Venu and background score by Ilayaraja etch one of the best portrayals by Jayram. Kanihaa looks convincing as a Christian girl from a rural background, though her character has few dialogues. Most of Sathyan Anthikkad's trusted actors - Innocent, Mammookoya, K.P.A.C. Lalitha and Narein - do their best within the scopes of their roles. Even the girls who played Jayaram's sisters and the fishing boat owner have put in their best efforts to make their parts look perfect.

Cinematographer Venu has succeeded in making the frames look natural. Ilayaraja's music is good and suits the mood of the film well. In a nutshell, Sathyan Anthikad strikes the right chord once again, making Bhagyadevata a must-watch for the entire family.

Pasupathi comming to malayalam

Pasupathy, one of the talented actors in Tamil cinema is doing a Malayalam film titled Vairam.

He had earlier made his debut in Amal Nerad directed Mammootty starrer Big-B! This film is about a father’s quest for justice, and is directed by M.A Nishad

The film has Pasupathy playing Sivarajan a bank employee and is married to Devi (Meera Vasudev). Tragedy befalls the couple’s only daughter Vairamani (Dhanya), a plus two student, and Sivarajan goes all out to find the truth, which leads to a stunning climax.

Says writer Cherian: “The story is about the plight of a girl child who goes through a trauma and her father’s experiences when he tries to uncover the truth.”

Vairam also has Suresh Gopi playing a lawyer, while Mukesh and Kalabhavan Mani are investigative cops. Jayasurya plays Thilakan’s son in the film which is based on a newspaper report of a real life incident in Kerala. The film has music by M.Jayachandran

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