For the first time in the history of Mollywood, more than 150 movies got released in the year 2013. It is indeed a great achievement for the industry as well as for the actors who have struggled their best to come out with good performances too.
Now, according to IANS, they have listed four Malayalam movies which have impressed the audience to the best in the year 2013. Check them out...
Mumbai Police: Contrary to how cop flicks are made in Indian cinema, this Malayalam crime thriller is a cut above several films in the same genre across industries. Mumbai Police is a well-narrated and well-performed realistic picture backed by the support of an apt cast, to which you don't mind rooting for.
Neram: A story that revolves around the events that take place in a single day in the life of the protagonist, the Malayalam thriller-comedy focusses on the importance of time in one's life and its subsequent repercussions. Neram was one of the few films in the language that pleasantly surprised everybody who watched it. Alphonse Putharen, who directed the film, will soon remake it in Hindi.
North 24 Kaatham: An endearing story about the meeting of three strangers on a hartal day and their journey. Debutant director Anil Radhakrishna Menon's Malayalam drama North 24 Kaatham is about life's randomness and hope. Packed with intermittent humour, this is one of the best films of actor Fahadh Faasil, who had 10 more releases this year.
Neelakasham Pachakadal Chuvanna Bhoomi: A Malayalam road movie that more or less could be termed as a coming-of-age story of two friends, who hit the road and along the journey learn about politics, friendship, family and religion. It's a whiff of fresh air for moviegoers. Strong performances by an ensemble cast and apt music make it nothing short of spectacular.