A general who obeys his king but also loves him as a son, an uncle who struggles to learn to love and discipline children, a brother who parents his orphan sister…here’s how some characters in films took on the role of a parent.
These dialogues are why we use phrases like ‘salt mango tree’ and ‘kalangeela’ in our daily lives. This is also why Poland is a touchy topic in Kerala. Consider this quiz a gompetition item, even though there is no guppu.
Malayalam cinema today is arguably the best in the country, with viewers nationwide. Go back two decades, though, and the slender State’s biggest cinematic exports were films that celebrated the voluptuous.
You’ve heard of Premam, you’ve might have seen Bangalore Days and you’re nursing a crush on Dulquer Salmaan. How about a few more movies to transform this tiny crush into a full-fledged romance with recent Malayalam cinema?