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Reviews
Perumazakkalam
Cast
: Meera Jasmine, Kavya Madhavan, Dilip, Biju   Menon, Vineeth, Mamukoya
Director
: Kamal
Lyrics
: M Jayachandran
Music
: Salim Padiyath

Perumazakkalam by Kamal is a poignant tale of Raziya (Meera Jasmine) who goes to great lengths to save her husbands life, partly based on real life incidents that has happened in the Gulf.

Raziya lives with her old father (Mamukoya) and an infant daughter in a village in Kozhikode by the Kallayi river. Her husband Akbar is working in the Gulf. They had a love marriage and he has gone to the Gulf to earn money to complete their house. 'Mailanchi' as Raziya is popularly known puts mehndi for the brides in her village.

Ganga a Brahmin girl, the other protagonist in the film lives in Palakkad near the Kalpaathi river with her daughter and her husbands family. Her husband Raghurama Iyer (Vineeth) also works in the Gulf and is acquainted with Akbar.

A shocking news from the Gulf shatters the otherwise smooth going lives of the two girls. Akbar is arrested in the Gulf and sentenced to death for murdering Raghurama Iyer. As per the rule prevailing in the middle east, Akbar's only hope for survival is a pardon letter duly signed by his surviving relative that's Ganga. Raziya goes to Palghat to plead for her husband's life. Raghurama Iyer's family who was dependent on him financially cannot forgive the injustice done and insults her. But Raziya does not give up. Though at first Ganga cannot even think of pardoning Akbar who destroyed her life, slowly the desperateness of Raziya gets to her. She feels that it is wrong on her part to put Raziya in her own wretched situation when God has provided a way out. But, Ganga has to pay a huge prize for gifting a life...

The story is realistic to the core. There are no unnecessary dialogues, characters or incidents to mar the flow of the story except maybe the instance where Kamal makes a dig at the Television news reporters which was out of place. The movie portrays the life and distress of the two main characters Meera Jasmine and Kavya Madhavan. Completely female oriented, the heroes does not have much of a role in the movie. The songs By M. Jayachandran have an old world charm about them and gels well with the mood of the film. Rain forms a backdrop to the film conveying the bleak mood. Cinematography by P. Sukumar and script by T.A Razak is note worthy.

Both Meera and Kavya has done justice to their roles. Meera's character is more expressive whereas Kavya has conveyed her emotions successfully with restraint. It is definitely one of the best roles in Kavya's career. Another exceptional performance is from Mamukoya as Meera's father. The helplessness of the simple man is effectively portrayed. Biju Menon as Akbar's friend is convincing. The character of Salim Kumar as Akbar's uncle, though unnecessary may have been added to lighten up the otherwise pensive mood of the film.

Overall the movie is worth watching and we rate it good.

 
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