CAST & CREW
Well, Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam has created a buzz in the industry since its day 1 of shooting. The flick is a biopic dealing with the life of the director’s pal Sudheendran (an IT professional), who he had known for seven years.Well, firstly director Ranjith Shankar should be applauded for taking inspiration from his own friend. The movie revolves around the life of Jayasurya, who plays a stutterer. His life from the age between 4 to 40 is presented in this flick.
Who is not having problems in this world? Well, only the proportion varies. Having said that, we face problems in our day-to-day lives and find it difficult to let go. At this juncture the best thing to do is to have faith in yourself and accept yourself for what you are. After all, the more and more you fight with a problem the more and more the problem will follow you.
Well, director Ranjith has tried to bring out the significance of the words mentioned above through his latest endeavor Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam. If one goes through the career graph of Ranjith, it has been consistent with good films. And with such a beautiful theme for this film, I am sure it will hit the bull on the eyes.The theme of the movie is also quite new which will appeal to the audiences. Films are indeed a great platform when it comes to propagating a message. And in this regard Su Su Vathmeekam comes out with a beautiful message.
Sudhi (Jayasurya) is a stutterer who faces many ordeals in life. However, his determination is exemplary. The events in the life of Sudhi is captured in this flick.
What to say about Jayasurya? His performance is too great for words. He has given a flawless performance. He has again proved that he is one of the great talents of the industry. Shividha and Dr. Swathy Narayanan have proved that they are fine actresses and have delivered their best. TG Ravi and KPAC Lalitha have done full justice to their roles.
1. There is a positive streak in the movie that works for it.
2. You just can’t stop loving the character Sudhi, right from the first frame of the film.
3. V Sajan’s editing is good.
4. Bijlibai's music gels well with the optimism of the movie.
What's not there?
1. It's not an outright entertainer (but is sure a feel-good film).
A motivational movie that should not be missed. Just brave your odds and believe in yourself. That’s the beautiful message the film delivers.
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