Tuesday, July 27, 2010


Last Saturday, watched Madrasapattinam with my wife. The film worked very well for me. The movie managed to evoke the atmosphere for 1940s Madras - clean River Cooum (now notorious for its stench), trams running, etc. Amy Jackson has essayed the role of English girl wonderfully. Arya as dhobi plays his role creditably. Songs are tuned nicely by G.V. Prakash. Even minor characters like the painter, scaremonger are well etched. Cochin Haneefa dazzles in his role as translator. It is sad to note that this was his last film. Kudos to director M. Vijay.

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