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Manju pulls off another competent act and rises to the occasion by emoting well the various moods of the love queen of Malabar. But the fans and acquaintances of the poet may not be entirely convinced about the overt makeup, the predominant Valluvanadan slang and the throaty laughter that punctuates...(more)

Source: Sujit Chandrakumar, Times Of India


A Poetic Experience That Shouldn''t Be Missed!

Mollywood's good association with biopics continue with Aami, which offers a poetic journey through the life of one of the prolific writers of Kerala.(more)

Source: One india, One India


A well directed visual experience with Kerala's most loved writer.

Madhu Neelakantan's Aami takes you to the pre and post-independence era, instilling a visually energising experience.(more)

Source: Behindwoods Review Board, Behindwoods.com


Manju Warrier delivers a knockout performance in Kamala Das biopic

It is, indeed, impressive to watch Manju Warrier play the role of a conflicted woman. Her conviction in the performance is what keeps our attention even when narration loses steam.(more)

Source: Manoj Kumar R, Indian Express

Music Tracks

No. Song Title Lyric Writer Performer(s) Listen here
1 “Neer Maathalam” Rafeeq Ahamed Shreya Ghoshal, Arnab Dutt
2 “Pranayamayi Radha” Rafeeq Ahmed Shreya Ghoshal,Vijay Yesudas