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Aana Alaralodalaral Movie Review: Elephant centered story for Malayali people

Aana Alaralodalaral Movie Review: Elephant centered story for Malayali people
Written by Shilpi Gupta

Aana Alaralodalaral Malayalam comedy drama knocks the theaters today, to entertain Vineeth Sreenivasan’s fans. He is best known for Malayalam films as a playback singer, lyricist, film actor, director, producer, and screenwriter. The movie, Aana Alaralodalaral is directed by Dileep Menon and edited by Manoj. The Malayalam movie is produced by Siby Thottupuram and Navis Xaviour. the movie script is written by Sarath Balan and Deepu S. Unni is worked as Cinematographer. Vineeth Sreenivasan and Anu Sithara are in lead role Aana Alaralodalaral. Hareesh Perumanna, Suraj Venjaramoodu, mamukoya, and Vijayaragavan, also casts for the movie. The movie revolves around the elephant, in the past more than a decade Malayalam had movies like ‘Gajarajamanthram,’ ‘Sammanam’ and ‘Guruvayoor Kesavan,’ having this type of ‘jumbo’ stories.

The movie offers a tale centered on the major character of an elephant, after many years. The movie is a village-based story of the elephant. The elephant was a permanent fixture and did a lot of ‘acting’ for the film. The elephant also undergoes myriad emotions, like revenge and heartbreak which creates more entrainment in the movie. Visakh Nair played an elephant mahout. he was also trained with real-life mahouts to get a hang of the trade.

Aana Alaralodalaral unravels by the name of Vaikundapuram in a rustic hamlet. The actor Vineeth plays a role of a young villager named as Hashim Jamaludheen. While Nandilath Arjunan played a role of Shekharan Kutty.

Malayalis’ love for elephants has been such that they have always extended their full support to films. So, here once again Dileep Menon comes with a new film for elephant lovers. Experience the movie on Big Screen with your family especially with your children as they like to see the elephant’s role in the different form.

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Shilpi Gupta

Food Technologist by Profession and Blogger by Destiny. love to write articles on food technology, spirituality and social issues.

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