Ann Maria Kalippilaanu Review
Ann Maria Kalippilaanu is a 2016 Indian Malayalam childrens film directed by Midhun Manuel Thomas and The film is jointly scripted by Midhun Manuel Thomas and John Manthrichal. It is Thomas’ second feature after the 2015 film, Aadu Oru Bheegara Jeevi Aanu. Produced by Alice George under the banner of Goodwill Entertainments, the film stars Baby Sara, Sunny Wayne, and Aju Varghese.
A Wonderful movie based on current issues faced by nuclear families with including lot of comedie scenes.
The film narrates the story of a schoolkid (Sara) and her relationship with a fraudster (Wayne). Annmaria (Sara) is the daughter of a doctor couple, Mr. and Mrs. Roy. A fourth-grader, she soon gets embroiled in an unusual relationship with Gireesh (Wayne), a small-time fraudster and his ally (Varghese).
he movie has its moments and has the good feel that is expected from a children’s film. The movie First half the writer has tried to make up humour with lot of scenes. In the second half the movie chooses an emotional path.The plot if the movie is not new and also story’s predictable but screenplay is nice so it will give nice mood to film.
Interestingly, Dulquer Salmaan also makes a cameo appearance in this film. it’s charming one.The movie has its moments and has the good feel that is expected from a children’s film.
Director Midhun Manuel Thomas Done again awesome job after Aadu but it’s not like that. The director has taken a different path in narrating a feel-good movie. Don’t expect the heavy BGMs or complete style sequences. Vishnu Sharma has done a good job in capturing some good frames.Sunny Wayne is back to a full-length role after a brief break and also he give a Super performance with baby Sara Arjun also she is so cute in every scenes. Aju Varghese Give a nice performance like his every films.Shaan Rahman Again Give Nice Music for the film. BGM sections is very interesting . Its is give Good feel for audience.
Totally it’s Nice Movie with discussed current children’s issues. It will offer good feel for audience. So Don’t miss it