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       Ennu Ninte Moideen is truly epic
        Rejath R G
         Posted on :09:22:16 Sep 21, 2015
       Last edited on:09:26:02 Sep 21, 2015
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With "Ennu Ninte Moideen", director R S Vimal has adapted the real life love story of B P Moideen and Kanchanamala for the screen. Moideen and Kanchanamala.... the celebrated lovers of Mukkam (a town in Calicut) in the 1960s ... their everlasting love story ... it’s great that someone thought of it as material for a movie.... conceptualized and executed... Hats off to R S Vimal for that... and what’s the end result??? A masterful piece of cinema that is sure to leave a long lasting impression in the hearts of moviegoers. It’s after a long time that I got to watch a film deeply rooted in ancient Malayali culture... That’s the best thing about the movie. There are two kinds of audience for Ennu Ninte Moideen...those who are familiar with Moideen Kanchana story and those who are completely unaware of it... Thankfully the film is a treat for both categories of audience... that speaks enough about the greatness of the film.  Despite knowing the core story, I was drawn into the movie right from the start till the very ending shot.

Ennu Ninte Moideen is probably the best love story to have graced the screens in the last decade in Malayalam Cinema. The impact Kanchana and Moideen create in our minds is just inexplicable. The film takes us to the era where the lovers exchanged messages through letters and that’s how the love story of Moideen (Prithviraj) and Kanchana (Parvathy) start. Infact letters forms the most integral part, serving as the lifeline of their eternal love story. Ennu Ninte Moideen is not the run of the mill Muslim boy meets Hindu girl story. It’s a love saga that will be cherished forever.

To  just say Prithviraj and Parvathy lived as Moideen and Kanchana would be an understatement. They were truly exceptional as the revolutionary lovers especially Parvathy who was simply outstanding and it’s undoubtedly her career best performance. Every character left a deep impact on the viewers. Saikumar, Bala, Lena, Tovino Thomas, Sivaji Guruvayoor, Kalaranjini, Sudheer Karamana were all truly remarkable in their respective roles.

Ennu Ninte Moideen is a marvellously well-crafted film. Debutante director R S Vimal is truly blessed to have a fantastic crew and he has brought in the best from all of them. M Jayachandran and Ramesh Narayan impresses with some winning tunes , particularly the song 'Kannondu chollanu' rendered beautifully by Vijay Yesudas and Shreya Ghoshal stands out...the song 'Kathirunnu ' is also equally impressive. The background score with Gopi Sunder at the helm is the heart and soul of the film. It still lingers on even after leaving the theatres. Cinematographer Jomon T Johns frames are alluring in all ways.

R S Vimal has made a gem of a movie, an unforgettable love story of epic proportions. Don’t miss it.

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