Ammakkoru Thaaraattu

Ammakkoru Thaaraattu

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“Been there, seen that! Ammaykkoru Thaaraattu offers nothing new, except a few hummable songs.”

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Suraj Venjaramoodu

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Ammakkoru Thaarattu

| by Sreelakshmi Manghat |
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Ammakoru Tharattu starts with a sad depressing score that leaves you down in the dumps because you know that you’re in for some despondent melodrama.  It is a Sreekumaran Thampi film and yes the songs are written by him as well. One of those songs has been sung by K.J Yesudas and K.S Chitra, so it altogether takes you back to that bygone era, which is a good thing for the vintage lovers. But songs apart, the movie is painfully long (over 160 minutes) and a total bore.

 Everyone is depressed. It starts with a song where Madhu and Saradha are shown crying over god-know-what and then as the story begins we find there is too much of misery in everyone’s life. One hour into the movie, things ain’t getting any better and there is more of weeping, crying and shit load of miseries.

Saradha is Sulakshana, mother of three, two of them being Sai Kumar and Lakshmi Gopalaswamy. No one in her family likes her. Not the daughter-in-laws, not her grandchildren, not even her dead husband. And two hours into the movie, not even us.

 

Sulakshana comes out as a super pessimist and a total drama queen. She walks into an orphanage when she finds her kids fighting over taking care of her and then there she meets Joseph Pushpavanam, noted poet and her teenage puppy love. What happens next is how Pushpavanam turns into a batman and sort out the mess in her family. If you are one of those people who likes watching Saas Bahu soaps on TV, you might probably like this. But if the thought of that makes you barf, then you might well skip this.

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