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“ Koode” is a psychological film scripted and directed by Anjali Menon. The story is based on Happy Journey by Sachin Kundalkar. Nazriya Nazim, who was last seen in Anjali’s Bangalore Days, makes her reentry. Prithviraj Sukumaran and Parvathi Menon are playing the lead roles along with Nazriya. The film also has the star cast of Maala Parvathi, Ranjith Balakrishnan, Siddharth Menon and Atul Kulkarni. The songs are composed by “M Jayachandran” and Raghu Dixit and the BGM is by Raghu Dixit. Littil Swayamp cranked the camera and Praveen Prabhakar edited the film. Rejaputhra Visual Media and Little Films India produced the film.
Joshua, who is working in an overseas country, is forced to return to his hometown, Ooty, as his family lost one of its members. He had been away from his hometown from his teenage and had lost all the enjoyments, which he needed at his young age. He has a sister, Jenny, who is very much affectionate towards her brother. She has a problem of her own. Sophie, who is a divorcee, had been in trouble to lead her life peacefully. How did Jenny connect the lives of Joshua and Sophie? What happens to Jenny? Watch the film in theaters!
When it comes to the performance, Prithviraj is always the front-runner. He had excelled well in the role, Joshua. Minute expressions flow easily from Prithviraj. Nazriya is a talented beauty. She is soft and sweet and had emoted excellently. Although Parvathi has minimum dialogues, she completes her performances with her eyes. Ranjith and Maala did a neat job as the parents.
Anjali is always at her best in bringing the emotions from the stars. Although a scene has nothing big to explain, the emotions, small conversations make the scene big and that is Anjali’s special. She gives a lot of importance to tiny things that bring a huge appreciation. The same happened in Koode. Nazriya’s comeback is with a great performance oriented movie and she rocked it. Besides the screenplay, direction and the performances, the music and the cinematography excelled in a special way.
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Koode is a wonderful family entertainer, in which all the stars play naturally. The visuals and the songs add the attraction. Koode… worth for money!
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