It’s a drama thriller film written by M. T. Vasudevan Nair and directed by Hariharan. The film stars Vineeth, Indrajith, Bhavana and Kavitha in the lead roles while Mamukkoya and Nandhu play pivotal supporting roles. The film has music composed by the director himself who also produced the film under the banner of Gayatri Cinema Enterprises.
In one word, it’s an emotionally brilliant work, movie has a plot similar to thazhvaram, made it in a great way,
Vineeth made a great comeback in lead role, but INDRAJITH is the real showman, his each emotions are really
perfect for the movie, he did a grant performance.
The film's script was written by M. T. Vasudevan Nair in the 1970s and was filmed by Hariharan himself with veteran actor Sukumaran playing an important role (this character was donned by his son Indrajith Sukumaran in the 2013 film). However, the original film, which was buffed in the industry circles to be a trendsetter, did not get a commercial release.
Set in the forests of Wayanad, Ezhamathe Varavu is a multilayered story that delineates the link between man and nature. It revolves around three principal characters — a planter, his wife and his friend. Gopi, a wealthy planter is an Alpha male, a hunter who assumes he knows the jungle and its creatures. Bhavana plays his long-suffering wife, who craves for his company and affection. Into their turbulent marriage comes Vineeth, an archaeologist on a dig in Wayanad. He turns out to be her college beau. Kavitha plays a tribal who introduces Vineeth to the forests and its inhabitants.
ezhamathe varavu

1st Half
Vineeth as the researcher who come into the forest where Indrajith is as a estate owner, bhavana as indrajith’s wife. First half is tell the story of a tiger that enters into the life of the peoples near to forest. Vineeth leads 1st Half, it includes 2 songs.
2nd Half
Starting with very slow and on the way it gets into track. It rolls the flash back of Vineeth and Bhavana. And its change gear to the current issues and gets into climax very slowly than 1st half. Climax is predictable.
WHITES
  • Indrajith having very few scenes than Vineeth but he did his role amazingly superb.
  • Casting is great.
  • Frames of S. Kumar is nice.
  • BGM by Deepak Dev is valuable in each scene.
  • No words to describe MT’s script.

BLACKS
  • Lengthy 1st Half, Slow 2nd Half
  • Some songs are not well related to situations.
  • Flash back scenes of Vineeth and Bhavana.
  • Doesn’t feel the MT touch.
  • Climax is Predictable.

Bottom Line
its not everyone's cup of tea, its a class movie, need class audience too....

RATING  >>  8/10
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