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Actor – Nivin Pauly and Actress – Isha Talwar (Thattathin Marayathu)
Thattathin Marayathu, written and directed by Vineeth Sreenivasan is a fresh and innocent musical love story, but lacks depth to take it far. The story will no doubt leave you smiling with its pure innocence, thanks to its stylish narration. Thattathin Marayathu is interesting in the first half, but gets very predictable in the second half. The director clearly seems confused as to what he wants to communicate. Melodramatic situations and cliched script will not disappoint the audience as it is a simple love story to be enjoyed without much thought!Certain situation and events tend to defy logic, but overall (thanks to the outstanding visuals by Jomon T John and music by Shaan Rahman) Thattathin Marayathu is an enjoyable film.
Of course, this one is far from perfect and at times, the events mentioned tend to defy logic as well. And the scenes towards the beginning of the second half, when the character Hamza (Bhagath Manuel) makes his entry, is a bit out of sync. But with brilliant visuals from Jomon T John, excellent music by Shaan Rahman, with a well-written script and good presentation, Vineeth takes the viewers on a romantic trail.
The story of Thattathin Marayathu is set in a small town in Thalassery, where Vinod (Nivin Pauly), an average student from a middle class Hindu family falls head over heels in love with a beautiful girl named Aisha (Isha Talwar), hailing from a wealthy and influential Muslim family.
Vinod is so smitten by the beauty of this charming young girl that he along with his friends try everything within their means to grab her attention. She too reciprocates his love. What happens next is what the story is all about.
Verdict – Thattathin Marayathu
If you enjoy reading simple Mills and Boons kind of romantic love stories, you might just like Thattathin Marayathu. Go for it!
Cast: Nivin Pauly, Isha Talwar, Aju Varghese, Manoj K Jayan, Sreenivasan
Director: Vineeth Sreenivasan
Producer: Lumiere Films – Thattathin MarayathuAll of us must have fallen in love while in college. <ul>“Thattathin Marayathu”</ul> is another college romance between two youngsters belonging to different faiths and the resultant complexities and issues.
Thattathin Marayathu’s Credit must be given to Vineeth Srinivasan for the care taken in each frame to create the right mood and elevate the characters. Those who had fallen in love and felt the pangs of separation and the desperate helplessness will identify themselves in Nivin Pauly and Isha Talwar.
Vineeth himself has grown through the same schools and colleges and would have seen so many such incidents to flare his imagination. Love goes back a generation when a glance or a gesture spoke louder than all those silly banter and conveyed volumes of message. The romance between Vinod(Nivin Pauly) and Aisha (Isha) is delightfully engaging and credit should go to the young actors for their absolute commitment and dedication towards the characterization of the pair.
Nivin Pauly as the small town college boy acts and looks fine in his role in Thattathin Marayathu. Isha Talwar looks bewitching and angelic as the Muslim girl and is able to be convincing. At times though, she looks a bit confused.
Aju Varghese, Bhagath Manuel , Ahmed Siddique, Sunny Wayne, Manikuttan , Sreenivasan have performed creditably in their respective roles.
Manoj K. Jayan’s performance is notable.
Cinematography by Jomon T John is exceptionally good. Ranjan Abraham edits brilliantly and Shaan Rahman’s music and background score is so melodious and so wonderfully applied that the aura and flavor of romance are enhanced.
“Thattathin Marayathu” is a beautiful romantic film which brings back memories of days gone by for the ‘not so young’ and lessons to the young on ‘how it used to be’.
A movie with excellent first half and average second half. But sure, it doesn’t disappoints you.
The movie is simple and moving with a very clear theme and substance.
Verdict: ‘Thattathin Marayathu’ is Lovable ! MP3 download from here (External link)