Udaharanam Sujatha, which is a remake of Hindi film, Nil Battey Sannata, is already a successfully established theme. It was remade in Tamil as Amma Kanakku. So now, the fate of the film wholly rests on how the actors perform and what different charm it would evoke.
With Manju Warrier playing the title role with deep conviction and involvement, a blitzkrieg of performance is expected from the actress. Since the subject deals with life and turmoils of a struggling woman to bring up her child and make both ends meet the course is expected to conjure emotional moments that are real tearjerkers.
Udaharanam Sujatha is directed by Phantom Praveen and is the production venture of Martin Prakkat and Joju George after the blockbuster Dulquer Salmaan movie Charlie. Madhu Neelakandan has cranked the camera for the family entertainer, while Gopi Sunder has composed its music and background score.
Nedumudi Venu, Mamta Mohandas and Joju are the other major casts of the movie.
Plot: The movie is the story of Sujatha, who lives in Chenkalchoola colony of Trivandrum and makes ends meet through doing odd jobs.
The movie has released in about 66 theaters in Kerala and is clashing with Dileep starrer Ramaleela.
Also read: Udaharanam Sujatha review
> Sujatha played by Manju Warrier is a single mother who is sweating it out for a bright future for her daughter, Athira (Anaswara Rajan)
> With plaited hair, inexpensive saris and de-glam look, Manju perfects the character as a domestic worker
> At some scenes, the dialogues look forces and at places Sujatha reels from blandness
> Emotionally intense
> A touching second half
> The movie climbs a steep elevation to grand catharsis
> Setting an example, the movie delivers a good message