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Sunday, June 26

Veetilekkulla Vazhi Review Roundup

'Veetilekkulla Vazhi (The Road Home) probes into the by now familiar and much discussed issue of terrorism, and in doing so doesn't really break any new ground. As it stands however, it remains a commanding statement on the worthlessness of wars fought in the name of religion. (Read more)
Rating: 2.5 out of 5

'Award winning director Dr.Biju?s Veettilakkulla Vazhi (The way home) handles a simple but impressive idea and in the process of narrating it, takes you across several parts of India. Though this one is a slickly packaged movie that is unlike most of its genre, it also ends up a superficial attempt which never really gets deep enough into your heart. (Read more)
Rating: 2 out of 5

After a while from his award winning 'Saira' and not much applauded 'Raman', Dr Biju is back with an impressive movie about a journey which ends up as a process of self invention. Rightly adjudged the Best Feature Film in Malayalam in the recently announced 58th National Film Awards 'Veettilekkulla Vazhy' is another welcome addition to the topical list of films that is making malayalees proud than ever before. A commendable statement on the irrelevance of fights on the name of religion, the movie is another take on the relation between terrorism and belief, if any. (Read more)
Rating: 3 out of 5

Technically Veettilekkulla Vazhi attracts you with its VISUAL Beauty, especially in the second half. The camera is mostly still, or like hand held, but it successfully captured the beauty of Kerala (River scene), Rajasthan and Ladakh. (Read more)
Rating: 3 out of 5

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