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01 January 1970



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'Ennu Ninte Moideen' is a slow-buer that invites its viewers to soak themselves in a compelling romantic tale that is prudently drawn from real life. A pithy, well-acted and remarkably crafted film, this devastating narrative of love, comes across as a true celebration of the tender, expectant spirit that lies deep within it.

Kanchanamala (Parvathy) is surprised when she receives an anonymous package at the Medical College hostel, from an admirer. She deciphers the message in it and discovers that the man who has confessed his love for her is none other than Moideen (Prithviraj), who is renowned as a budding Socialist at Mukkam. Love strikes, with disastrous consequences.

One does not exactly expect 'Ennu Ninte Moideen' to break any new ground, since this is a story that thousands of couples have gone through - before and after Kanchanamala and Moideen came along - and yet, if it still manages to leave you all shaken up, its courtesy the honesty in its depiction and the countless ways in which it seeks to subvert our expectations of how it would all ultimately tu out to be.

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