Parvathy, Manu Ashokan take woman’s survival to new heights with Uyare
Scripted by Bobby and Sanjay, ‘Uyare’ says a different but relevant story. Directed by debutant Manu Ashokan, the movie deals with a theme that we read daily in newspapers, its victims, response of the society and complications in relationships. The movie is also a fitting answer to the blame that Malayalam film industry no longer produces woman centred movies.
Parvathy has brilliantly portrayed her character Pallavi in the movie. Unlike other films, the unglamorous character of Parvathy in Uyare will surely take her career to new heights.
Uyare is the story of Pallavi, a girl who is a victim of acid attack and her efforts of survival. Moreover, it tries to redefine the concepts and prejudices about beauty. The story also portrays the training, life and work of a pilot, which is unfamiliar to the common man.
Tovino’s character Vishal Rajasekharan who motivates Pallavi when she feels down hearted and guides her to achieve heights in life also captures the attention of audience. Asif Ali, Siddique, Prem Prakash, Pratap Pothan and Anarkali Marikar have also played their characters well. Samyuktha Menon also appears in the movie in a guest role.
In his debut movie, director Manu has successfully combined Bobby-Sanjay’s script, Mukesh Muraleedharan’s cinematography, Mahesh Narayanan’s editing, Suby Johal and Rajiv Subba’s makeups, Rafeeq Ahmed’s songs and Gopi Sundar’s music to create a wholesome package.
Presented by P V Gangadharan under the banner of Grihalakshmi productions, the movie which conveys a strong message to the society is produced by Gangadharan’s daughters Shenuga, Shegna and Sherga under the banner of S Cube.
Made by a company led by women, Uyare speaks about a woman’s survival and heroinism in life. Releasing the movie on World Pilot Day added more meaning and purpose to the venture.