Debutant director Anup Kurian traces most exquisite relationship 'love' against the brilliant backdrop of picturesque landscapes shot in the magnificent locales of Kerala, Maharashtra and Himachal Pradesh. Debutant cinematographer Viswamangal Kitsu has successfully painted the perfect picture in celluloid what exactly Anup wanted to draw in this classic love story narrated extraordinarily with a unique style of story telling. George Nair (Zafar Karachiwala) comes to Pune as a management consultant to advice restructuring of a publishing house. Here he meets the vibrant vice president of the company Malati Chandran (Neha Dubey). As the story unfolds Malati appears to be the girl, whose unrequited love compelled George's brother the environmental engineer Ravi Roy (Atul Kulkarni) disappear. Much of the story is in flashback as it unfolds through many letters that Ravi and Malati wrote to each other. The film ends on a philosophical note keeping the story open ended and thus giving the viewer a lot to think. The narrative is always very smart due to intelligent editing by Unni Vijayan. Brilliant performance of Atul Kulkarni as a young, highly educated, spirited Keralite who prefers to work as a consultant from his picturesque village in Kumarokam is unparallel. Though in English, but the film speaks about India in such a poetic style that the viewer of any country, culture and language could realize what a harmonious life co-exists in India. It is a love story that ends before it begins.
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