This article provides insights into the cinematic and narrative aspects of a bunch of M.T Vasudevan Nair’s movies.
Author: Vinu Syriac
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A series that highlights what is commonly considered to be one of the lesser achievements of legendary writer and filmmaker MT Vasudevan Nair – his screenplays. On the menu today are the films, Kanyakumari, Bandhanam and Neelathamara.