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Geethaanjali Malayalam Movie Review
Geethaanjali is a 2013 Malayalam horror movie directed by Priyadarshan and starring Mohanlal, Keerthy Suresh, Nishan, and Siddique. It is a remake of the 2007 Thai movie Alone, which was loosely based on the novel Elephants Can Remember by Agatha Christie. The movie revolves around Anjali, who is haunted by the spirit of her deceased twin sister Geetha, and Dr. Sunny Joseph, who tries to help her out of her crisis.
The movie was released on 14 November 2013 and received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. Some praised the performance of Mohanlal, who reprised his role from Manichitrathazhu (1993), the cinematography by Tirru, and the graphics by Firefly Creative Studio. Others criticized the movie for being an imitation of Alone and its source material, the lack of originality and suspense, and the poor script and direction by Priyadarshan.
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Anjali and Geetha are identical twins who are very close to each other. They fall in love with Anoop, a member of a prominent family who works in Mumbai. However, Geetha becomes possessive and jealous of Anjali and tries to sabotage their relationship. One day, Geetha commits suicide by hanging herself from a ceiling fan in their house in Arackal, Kerala.
Years later, Anjali is engaged to Anoop and lives with him in Mumbai. When her mother falls from a terrace and becomes bedridden paralysed, Anjali and Anoop go to her house in Arackal. There, Anjali starts to experience strange and terrifying phenomena that indicate that Geetha's spirit is haunting her. She sees Geetha's ghost in mirrors, hears her voice calling her name, and feels her presence around her.
Anoop contacts Nakulan, his friend and colleague, who in turn contacts Dr. Sunny Joseph, a famous psychologist who had solved a similar case in Manichitrathazhu. Sunny arrives from Machu Picchu to treat Anjali and investigate the paranormal activities. He suspects that Anjali is suffering from a dissociative identity disorder that makes her believe that she is Geetha.
Sunny discovers that Geetha had not committed suicide, but was murdered by Anjali and Anoop. They had planned to elope together and get rid of Geetha, who was opposed to their marriage. They had strangled Geetha with a rope and hanged her body from the fan to make it look like a suicide. However, Geetha's spirit had witnessed their crime and vowed to take revenge on them.
Sunny confronts Anjali and Anoop with the truth and tries to exorcise Geetha's spirit from Anjali's body. He succeeds in freeing Anjali from Geetha's influence, but Geetha's spirit possesses Anoop instead. Geetha kills Anoop by stabbing him with a knife and then disappears. Sunny consoles Anjali and takes her away from the house.
Mohanlal as Dr. Sunny Joseph
Keerthy Suresh as Anjali / Geetha
Nishan as Anoop
Siddique as Nakulan
Madhu as Colonel Aravindakshan Nair
Swapna Menon as Maya
Innocent as Gopalan Nair
K. B. Ganesh Kumar as Vasu
Suresh Gopi as himself (cameo appearance)
The movie received mixed reviews from critics and audiences alike. It was criticized for being a copy of Alone and its source material, the novel Elephants Can Remember, and other Indian movies that were inspired by them, such as Chaarulatha (2012) and Alone (2015). It was also criticized for the lack of originality and suspense, the poor script and direction by Priyadarshan, and the weak performance of Keerthy Suresh, who made her debut with this movie.
However, the movie was praised for the performance of Mohanlal, who reprised his role from Manichitrathazhu and brought some comic relief to the otherwise serious plot. The cinematography by Tirru and the graphics by Firefly Creative Studio were also appreciated for creating a spooky atmosphere and some impressive visual effects. The music by Vidyasagar was also well received by the audience.
The movie was a moderate success at the box office, collecting about 10 crore from Kerala alone. It was also dubbed into Telugu as Geethanjali and released on 9 May 2014.