Eeda, the prime directorial venture from the renowned editor B Ajith Kumar, takes the audience to a different level of experience love. The typical love stories have given way to the realistic approach towards love in Eeda. The title Eeda had already made its entry into the hearts of the audience and the two trailers strengthened it. The National Award Winner Editor B Ajith Kumar has succeeded in bringing the best outcome with his debut directorial venture. An editor knows what the audience like and what is to be delivered to the audience. When both the director and the editor are same, that task becomes an enjoyable one and the movies like Eeda are born.
Eeda revolves around Anand and Aiswarya who hail from neighbouring villages in North Malabar. Anand works for an insurance firm in Mysore and Aiswarya is a student there. An accidental meeting in their native place matures into an ardent affair in Mysore. But their lives suddenly become messy in a series of violent events that involve their families and friends. Blood is dropped and vengeance is sought. Anand and Aiswarya, true in their love, have to challenge the condition and try to make the better out of it. Detached from each other, they try to overcome the barriers and unite once again. And their anxious attempts to escape tightens the knot further. Will their love survive this storm?
Shane Nigam had a great time in his career in 2017 with the movies like C/o Saira Banu and Parava and his role in 2016 movie Kismath was also well noticed. He makes a fabulous beginning for 2018 with Eeda as Anand. The untimely death of his father Aby might be painful but the result of this movie is going to be a sort of relief for him. He is good in portraying the realistic character and Anand is one among them. He has a couple of good films getting ready and we are surely going to see his growth as a leading young actor in the industry. On the other hand Nimisha Sajayan in her second movie, which is also a realistic movie, delivers a great piece of acting and her role is admirable. The dialect that these characters holding on has been an attraction of the movie as the title. Sujith Sankar, Alancier Ley Lopez, Manikandan Achari, Surabhi Lakshmi, P. Balachandran, Rajesh Sharma, Sudhi Koppa, Babu Annoor, Shelly Kishore and Sunitha etc have contributed their best to make the movie more realistic.
What makes Eeda different from all other romantic stories is its different way of approaching and the realistic presentation. This semi Romeo – Juliet version is well scripted by the director B Ajith Kumar and his talented way of editing takes the movie to a different level. The music by John P Varkey and Chandran Veyattummal is praiseworthy Pappu’s camera works do a great part in the movie. Eeda is not a movie to be praised on Torrent but a good movie that has all the rights to be a box office hit. Do not miss this movie on the big screen.