Do movies inspire you or motivate you for the good? The answer would be a big yes, since certain Indian movies, including Malayalam movies have had the capability to inspire a million people through their narrative.
The most recently released Aby, directed by debutant Srikant Murali and featuring Vineeth Sreenivasan is the latest addition to the list of Malayalam movies that went on to inspire the audiences. Reportedly, the film narrates the motivational tale of a boy named Aby, who aims to build an aeroplane of his own.
The viewers are praising the positivity in Aby, which indirectly suggests that your dreams don't have barriers. With the new generation wave hitting the shores of Mollywood, movies of this genre also flourished in the industry.
We, the audiences of Kerala have got the chance to witness some amazing motivational tales in this decade, so far. Here, we take you through some of the Malayalam movies of this decade that motivated us.
Ayaalum Njanum Thammil (2012)
This film written by Bobby-Sanjay team and directed by Lal Jose definitely tops the list. Ayaalum Njanum Thammil narrated the tale of the evolution of a responsible doctor. The film, which narrates the story of Dr Ravi Tharakan, takes us through the various stages of his life and shows how a good doctor is born.
Usthad Hotel (2012)
How can we miss out this film, directed by Anwar Rasheed, which sent out a very important message to the society? The film did go on to become an inspiring one, with certain impactful factors that the movie narrated in its due course of journey.
1983 had a simple story, which was narrated in an effective way. The film did narrate a motivating tale without going preachy anywhere. Rameshan portrayed by Nivin Pauly, who was once a local cricketer, discovers his young son's talent in playing cricket and how he achieves his dream through his son has been effectively portrayed in this film.
Su..Su..Sudhi Valmeekam (2015)
We can feel the positivity while watching this film, directed by Ranjith Sankar. The movie, narrated the tale of a person called Sudhi Valmeekam, who has stammering issues. How he overcomes that problem and leads a successful life in future has been told in an impressive way in this Jayasurya starrer.
Mili is one of the most under-rated movies of this decade. The movie is a well-crafted tale of a girl called Mili, whose mind is filled with negativity and has inferiority complex. How she overcomes all these problems and starts a venture of her own, has been narrated in this movie in the most inspirational way.
Kochavva Paulo Ayyappa Coelho (2016)
The film, directed by Sidhartha Siva narrated the tale of a boy whose biggest aim in the life is to travel in an aeroplane. Kunchacko Boban portrayed the role of a person who supports the boy in his mission. The film, which had a very captivating narrative, did focus on Paulo Coelho's quote. ‘When you want something all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.'
Neelakasham Pachakadal Chuvanna Bhoomi (2013)
Dulquer Salmaan starrer Neelakasham Pachakadal Chuvanna Bhoomi, is often considered as just a road movie. This film had inspired many to hit the roads but beyond that the movie had narrated the importance of understanding the value of your loved ones and at the same time put forward the fact that anger shouldn't drive you all the times.
Not all the Malayalam movies mentioned in the above list went on to become big hits at the box office. But, most of them did go on to make a lasting impact in the minds of the audiences.