Directed by Thangam Saravanan and produced by well-known stunt choreographer Dhilip Subbarayan, the team ofAnjala had come up with unique promotional strategy that hadkindled the curiosity among many movie buffs.
Continue reading our movie review to know what exactly does
Anjala has to offer you this weekend.
Pasupathy owns a tea stall named Anjala, a stall that offers the
town's inhabitants more than just tea - a rich piece of history
spanning over 100 years.
The town is proud of its tea stall as it provides it an
identity. Such is the emotional connect of people living in that
place with their most famous stall, Anjala.
But the tea stall runs into trouble when a miscreant uses it to
execute an illegal activity. More trouble brews when the government
decides to get rid of the stall in the name of development.
What happens to the much loved stall? Why is the shop's history
so prominent to the people living in that town? Answers to these
questions forms the rest of the story.
This film belongs toPasupathy. Be it his act in
theflashback portions or in the currenttimeline, the
actor is a class act.
Vimal andNandita come up with believable performances and
so does other performers like 'Aadukalam' Murugadoss,Imman
'Annachi',Subbu Panchu andRiythvika of Madras
Though the first half has enough in it to keep us hooked to the
big screen, the latter half could've been shortened, for it drags
at many places.
Background score byGopi Sunder ismediocre and fails
to elevate certain scenes. KL Praveen's editing is neat but makes
you wonder why the editor did not take charge in the latter half,
especially towards the end.
CinematographerRavi Kannan comes up with a praiseworthy
job. His work in the flashback portion might leave you wanting for
DirectorThangam Saravanan has to be appreciated for taking
up an unusual yet sensitive subject. Had the technicalities fallen
in place, Anjala could've provided a better overall