‘Sameer’, a usual story said unusually! Directorial Debut of Rasheed Parackkal’s ‘Sameer’ is a compelling movie based on the beautiful novel, ‘Thakkali Krishi Karante Swapnangal’.
The cinematography and the music of the movie are beautiful beyond words.
The storyline of the movie has something uniquely satisfying that can lift the spirits spreading a positive vibe!
‘Sameer’, speaks about the life and struggle of an expatriate who works at
a tomato plantation. The movie sheds light on a person’s ability to
overcome the hardships with dedication and hard work. The beauty and
innocence of village life are depicted amazingly and as the story
progresses, the loneliness and risk of living alone in a foreign land are
expressed in the best possible way.
(watch the trailer here)
The movie has many interesting aspects and one among that is the role
entrusted upon a radio which turns out to be an inevitable element that
conveys the role of the same in the life of a ‘Pravasi’. The role of Sameer is
secure with Anand Roshan and as a debut actor, he has done an
extraordinary job. The entire crew has taken the movie to a different level
with their passion and hardwork. The main characters were enacted by
Irshad, Pradeep,chinchu, Vinod Koovoor, Mamookoyya, Manju Pathrose,
Neena Kurup and more.
Cinematographer, Roopesh Thikkodi deserves a special mention. He has
arranged a visual treat for the audience by making every single frame
perfect and is very successful in his attempts to communicate emotions
through visuals. The lyrics are written by the director himself. The songs of
the movie express the feelings and thoughts of the characters brilliantly.
‘Jeevante Jeevanay’, a song sung by Sithara krishnakumar and Karthik has
grabbed the appreciation of viewers even before the movie hit the big screen
The movie is successful in exploring love, despair, dedication, and hardship that a common Malayali man has to face when living in a faraway land!!