Anjala Review

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Review by : Suresh
Starring
Vimal, Nandita, Pasupathy, Imman Annachi, Aadukalam Murugadoss
Direction
Thangam Saravanan
Music
Gopi Sunder
Production
Dhilip Subbarayan

Directed by Thangam Saravanan, Anjala is about the struggle of a middle-aged man to keep his century-old tea shop in a village from being removed for widening the road.

Produced by stunt master Dilip Subbarayan, the movie stars Pasupathy, Vemal, Nandhitha, Aadukalam Naren, R V Uthayakumar and Ritika among others. Music is by Gopi Sundar and cinematography by Ravi Kannan.

Pasupathy gives his best as an agonised middle-aged man  running from pillar to post to save his shop. There is Vemal, who went out to set his own business and his romantic escapade with Nandhitha among others.

The movie is set in Cholavandhan village in rural Tamilnadu. A tea shop, run by Pasupathy, is century-old and it is the pride of the neighbourhood. When all things go well, he gets a rude shock when he gets a notice from Highways Department that the shop would be razed down for widening the National Highway.

So emotionally attached to his shop, he begins a legal battle. Vemal joins Pasupathy to give his best. Nandhitha is bubbly and does what is entrusted to her well. R V Uthayakumar and Aadukalam Murugadoss is also in the cast.

Gopi Sundar's songs remind one of Malayalam numbers. Ravi Kannan captures the beauty of village well.All said, Anjala is a film to enjoy and it does carry a message.

Anjala - Film with a message


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