Grandma's Tales

March 1, 2007

Sezhiyan reviews “Mozhi”

Filed under: Language,Movie,Society — Geeta Padmanabhan @ 6:10 pm

I think we have something wonderful going here. Thanks Sezhiyan, for joining in this “praise-Mozhi” campaign. The movie deserves all the pats that it can get. You get to watch a movie like this rarely, right?
Sezhiyan |
Another point was the way Jo was portrayed. Very stubborn, clear-in-whatever-she-does kind of a role. The room in which she was staying was so colorful, just to show how she loves life n how she values it. Jo’s answer in replying to prakash raj’s question abt music in her perspective was a masterpiece..! I cant believe that we are not going to see anymore of this talented actress (JO).
Dialogues was like a spine to the movie. For me the success of this movie should be largely owed to
1. Dialogues
2. Apt acting from all the characters from effervescent Jo to Bhaskar
3. The script n its Director
I wish this crew all success n many more “talking” films like mozhi from them…
Well said, Sezhiyan!



  1. such a excellent movie. one of the great in tamil cinema. From this film Radhamohan has joined the all time great directors from the tamil industry. “Silence speaks better than words” This proverb will suit this film.
    I praise the director and producer for giving such a worthy movie.

    Comment by Jayakumar — March 9, 2007 @ 5:38 pm | Reply

  2. Hi Jayakumar, thanks for stopping by. Woh, woh, you really fell for it, didn’t you? It’s certainly a refreshing change from what we are being dished out regularly. Mmm… but for that one scene…

    Comment by Geeta Padmanabhan — March 9, 2007 @ 8:17 pm | Reply

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