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Parayan Marannathu: A Malayalam Movie Review




Parayan Marannathu is a 2009 Malayalam movie directed by debutante Arun S. Bhaskar and starring Biju Menon, Arun, Lakshmi Sharma and Vidhya Mohan. The movie tells the story of two pairs of lovers who get embroiled in a complicated love-quadrangle.


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Plot




The movie revolves around Chandran (Biju Menon), a middle-aged man who lives in a small village called Kannadipuzha with his wife Rema (Lakshmi Sharma) and daughter Maalu. Chandran has a neighbour Madhavi (Kalaranjini), who washes clothes for a living. Madhavi was born in a rich family but her husband and his family rejected her. Her daughter Gauri (Vidhya Mohan) is a plus-two student who has a crush on Chandran.


Manikandan (Arun), a young man in the village, always tries to help Madhavi since she brought him up after his mother died. He also likes Gauri, but she never reciprocates his feelings. One day, Gauri confesses her love to Chandran, who is shocked and tries to avoid her. However, Gauri persists and even threatens to commit suicide if he rejects her. Chandran is torn between his loyalty to his wife and his sympathy for Gauri.


Meanwhile, Rema suspects that Chandran is having an affair with Madhavi and confronts him. Chandran denies it and tries to explain the situation, but Rema does not believe him. She decides to leave him and take their daughter with her. Chandran is devastated and does not know what to do.


The movie ends with a twist that reveals the true nature of the relationships between the characters and their motives.


Cast





  • Biju Menon as Chandran



  • Arun as Manikandan



  • Lakshmi Sharma as Rema



  • Vidhya Mohan as Gauri



  • Kalaranjini as Madhavi



  • K.P.A.C. Lalitha as Chandran's mother



  • Harish Siva as Nair



  • Suraj Venjaramood as Rema's brother



  • Lalu Poul as Rema's father



  • Usha as Rema's mother




Music




The music of the movie was composed by Arun Sidharrth and featured three songs: Nee Konjum, Parayuvanakathe Poem, and Kinavupol. The songs were sung by Vineeth Sreenivasan, Arun Sidharrth, Shweta Mohan, and Jyotsna Radhakrishnan. The lyrics were written by Sabari Sankar.


The songs were well-received by the audience and critics alike. Nee Konjum was a romantic duet between Chandran and Rema, Parayuvanakathe Poem was a poetic narration of Gauri's feelings for Chandran, and Kinavupol was a peppy song that featured Manikandan and Gauri.


Reception




The movie was released on 21 November 2009 and received mixed reviews from the critics and the audience. Some praised the movie for its realistic portrayal of rural life and emotions, while others criticized it for its slow pace and predictable plot. The movie was also compared to the 2007 Tamil movie Subramaniapuram, which had a similar theme of love and betrayal.


The movie did not perform well at the box office and was considered a flop. However, it gained some popularity among the online viewers who appreciated its simplicity and sincerity.


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