Avinash Unnithan and Sathish B. The reality captured is very refreshing indeed. The camera though gets real busy moving all over Sana Khan, and in one song after the other, there is plenty of skin on show. Some may find the pace a tad too slow, but once you settle into this pace, its slow meandering flow becomes quite soothing and meaningful. Mili reserves its best for the climax, which makes you applaud for the mere thought that took shape as this touching, simple film. Running time 125 minutes Country India Language Climax is 2013 Indian directed by Anil Kumar and featuring in the lead role.
The tale is peppered with very apt songs. Its simplicity and realism is laudable though some may find it slow and much too uncinematic in terms of the usual loud and thrilling sequences. As 'Climax' moved on to Supriya's sordid end, the greater chunk of viewers had emptied their seats. Amala Paul without make up has been captured beautifully. However, Mili is lucky being surrounded by a few people, who go the extra mile to help her. Her transformation and learning to deal with her emotions forms the crux of the movie.
She gradually gains confidence, makes better choices and emerges a winner in her little world, thanks to a handful of well-wishers who guide her. The film, produced by Dr. The movie starts off with the statutory warning that it bears no resemblance to anyone living or dead, thereby asserting that it is will not be a 'Dirty Picture'. The movie talks about expectations and of the impact simple things can make on someone. Her transformation and learning to deal with her emotions, forms the crux of the movie. The tale holds a mirror to this commonplace phenomenon around us.
She continues to live inside her shell, until certain events brings about a slow transformation. It totally escapes me, why a film is publicized as a biopic, if they have no intention whatsoever to claim that the movie is based on the life of a particular individual. It is an inspiring and soulful story for youngsters, who have high ambitions nowadays. The reasons for her introverted nature might be something very simple. Mili, played by Amala Paul comes across as a very introverted and shy person. The songs have a life of its own and blends in with the narrative perfectly.
However, others on the screen, except Sai Kumar, do not have much to do and actors like Nivin Pauly and Sanusha could have been used better. I am not sure if the real Silk story was half as filmi, or if the agony that she must have gone through half as mild. Title Lyrics Singer s Length 1. On second thoughts, even if they did, it would have been impossible to believe that this was a Silk story. The movie is that real and immensely ordinary that it is like rewinding a slice of life that is so familiar to us. Sana Khan looks pretty as a wax doll, but that's about how far it goes when it comes to her performance.
After all, there are very few takers around these days for tears. The form of narrative that 'Climax' adopts puts a director Irshad on the forefront, who claims to have known Supriya from close quarters. Amala Paul as Mili does full justice. The metamorphosis of the actress from a bashful housemaid to a seductive diva is all there, but somehow it doesn't all ring a bell. At times wooden and at times dramatized, it's a mixture of an act that is more about pouting and prancing than emoting.
It is a women empowerment film which will inspire every woman who watches the movie. Camera and editing is good and keeps up the feel of the narrative. It completed 50 days' run in some releasing centres. Mili released on 23 January 2015 to positive reviews. But there is no one to ask her what her problem is. She gradually gains confidence, makes better choices and emerges a winner in her little world, thanks to a handful of well-wishers who guide her. Star Cast: Amala Paul, Nivin Pauly, Sai Kumar, Sanusha, Shamna Kasim, Idavela Babu, Amol Parashar Directed by: Rajesh Pillai Produced by: Avinash Unnithan, Sathish B Sathish Music by: Gopi Sunder, Shaan Rahman Cinematography: Anish Lal R S Edited by: B Abhilash Release Date: 23 January 2015 Click here to watch: Businessman Malayalam Movie: Christian Brothers Malayalam Movie: Ohm Shanthi Oshaana Malayalam Movie: Adventures of Omanakuttan Malayalam Movie: Follow us on our Facebook Page for more updates- For more latest updates follow us on Twitter- Subscribe us: Online Purchase : Blog :.
But for the girl, it is of utmost importance. Her self-affectation and inferiority complex puts off everyone. At this point, Mili slowly takes wings, learns to make decisions on her own and take a stand. Bereft of both of these, she finds herself ruined beyond repair, and nothing else - her family, friends, or the lack of it - is dwelt upon. My first pick will be Ustad Hotel. She is one among the many girls that you come across who finds she has no one to call her own and lives in a perpetual limbo.
Mili movie also features Sai Kumar, Sanusha, Shamna Kasim, Idavela Babu, Amol Parashar among others. Climax by Released Mar 1, 2013 Recorded 2013 Length 16: 35 Language Malayalam Track list No. Meanwhile, there is Naveen , a soft-skills trainer who becomes a support for Mili. The shooting of the film was completed on 9 November 2014. Gopi Sunder and Shaan Rahman have definitely delivered with this movie. What indeed leaves you aghast is the script of 'Climax' which makes you wonder what has gone wrong. The art direction is equally appalling with mansions and gyms and Jacuzzis of the 21st century making their way into the late eighties.