Sarvam Thaala Mayam Movie Review
Filmmaker Rajeev Menon, the creator behind two most memorable and evergreen breezy romantic entertainers (Kandukondein Kandukondein and Minsara Kanavu) is back with his third outing that comes nearly after 17 years of long hiatus. Sarvam Thaala Mayam features GV Prakash, Aparna Balamurali, Divyadarshini, Nedumudi Venu, Vineeth and many more prominent actors.
Hats off to Rajeev Menon for bringing up a theme of moral that is often handled in a bad light by many filmmakers involving particular castes and groups…. Needless to mention about the names of such filmmakers, which is blatantly well known in the recent times, Rajeev Menon encompasses positivity. “Music is like God and isn’t confined to any particular group’. Watch out for the final words of Nedumudi Venu as he steps out while GV Prakash is possessed with some phenomenal gift while playing the instrument. Those are the moments of blunt reality, where music is expressed as an elegant divinity.
GV Prakash has been very much expressive throughout the scenes. Of course, being a great musician himself has evoked in him the perfect mode in establishing the emotions during the times of ‘Search and Travel’. Aparna Balamurali gets a decent role. Although, there isn’t much to do with romance as in the erstwhile movies of Rajeev Menon, the filmmaker has emphasized a decorous ingredient accordingly. Aparna’s emotional words to GV Prakash by the latter hour, which actually instigates him to travel is neatly written. Nedumudi Venu proves distinctly as an elite actor yet again through this movie. The fear you get looking into his charisma and adorable appearance that eventually turns into respect by the latter hours is stunning. Rajeev Menon deserves special mention for sketching such a role. Vijay TV fame DD, Vineeth and everyone has been offered the roles that sticks close to reality. The other noticeable actor in the cast is Kumaravel playing the role of GV Prakash’s father.
What can you say about this man of magic – AR Rahman? We have to thank him for actually taking up this film and it’s a rejuvenation of ARR himself. It’s an emotional delicious treat to all, who yearned for such a regional inclination rather than commuting into those western gimmicks. His background score and works on percussions just immerses you and even let you forget what’s happening on the screens. The way how ‘Travel of Peter’ is pictured with exquisite backdrops and different percussions are really enriching and gives an experience of a musical travelogue.
Overall, Sarvam Thaala Mayam is a film that is strictly recommended for it conveys a beautiful message with entertaining narration. “Music is Omnipresent and it cannot be confined into particular race or groups. It’s like Godliness that can be inherited with faithfulness.”