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priyadarshan's journey as a director is full of highs and lows. he made a total of 27 films, some are highly- acclaimed, some are flat-out failures. malamaal weekly is one that falls in the latter category.
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the movie seems too long to get through. it is as though he has not cut a single scene. when you get over the fact that the lead characters have nothing to do, and the film is so slow, the rest is just a bit of a mess. the editing is all over the place, and the camerawork is brilliant but it makes things worse. the technical departments put in their best efforts. the songs are cool. priyadarshan shows a casual approach to the characters. and hey, the film is in malayalam, so it is expected to be full of characterizations which are popular in that language.
priyadarshan tries to match the dialects and the high-pitched voices of the malayalam actors. the result is amusing but also annoying. the comic scenes are done with due love, but they come across as clumsy. so you end up getting a sense of priyadarshan's earnestness, which is something that was not evident in his other films. it is seen that malamaal weekly is not his best film yet, and it does not look as though he has yet struck upon what he is good at.
malamaal weekly is a curious work from a writer who seems genuinely interested in the hindi cinema, and the hindi film industry as a whole, but his approach borders on the worst kind of nostalgia. and because of that he is unable to bring any real new experiences, ideas or characters to the surface, much less even one that resonates with the audience. considering the general unfavourability of indian cinema in the west, in comparison to india itself, one would hope that the likes of ar rahman and shankar would find themselves able to tap into the veins of excellence that lies within this media of expression. instead, malamaal weekly seems to be a refutation of what has just been made clear in dharam and chakra, that there are significant cultural differences between the west and india. and it is this difference that makes some of the films that have come out in the west such as varanam and hum tum such successful experiments.