I came to watch Sufiyum Sujathayum ( Sufi and Sujatha), yesterday. The movie is all about the wonderful love betwixt Sujatha( Aditi), Sufi ( Dev Mohan) and Dr Rajeev ( Jayasurya). Though the theme of love and the story itself is a cliche to an extent, still it's amazingly portrayed. The love between Sufi and Sujatha is eternal. Their emotions directly peek into the heart of everyone who watch them. The love that Rajeev express, remind the spectators that life offers you many chances and everyone deserve a second chance. As it quotes, 'there's a life after love' is a perfect example for the last scene of the film which let us a hope that they will have a happy living. We might feel an adulation towards Sujatha's father (Siddhiq) and her husband ( Jayasurya).
Though the film couldn't live up to it's premises, still I felt so attached to the bone of contention. The very issue of inter caste love is exquisitely expressed in the film, that even one of the characters 'Kumaran' (representing society) define it as true love. The film unfastens the thought of love and present it in a new way as it was expressed back in the movie '96' by Vijay Sethupathi and Trisha. The new experience of love they had, where there's no language nor a place for lust is amazing. The connection of 'rooh' and 'noor' is true blue. It is explicitly revived through the love of nature and how it flows through the life of the people and then finally to the grave.
Sujatha, though she fails to have a strong body language, still she lets her beauty amazingly spread out and maybe that's why Sufi told, he had had never saw 22 as beautiful in any other language.
Dr. Rajeev, to be noted, is a wonderful person who love his better half for the past ten years with no complaints. Though he smiles, when he heard of Sufi's death, he could have hide it but he let sujatha know about it and even let her see him. He could have shouted at her when he know his wallet was with her, but instead he asked her whether she wants to see him. He had been an understanding one throughout and tries to fathom her at each moment. That's not an easy thing and maybe that's why someone marked ;
" Rooh's love for Noor made Her the Almighty.
But rooh without her noor was loved only by him and that made him far superior than Almighty"...
I can't explain but I fall in love with Sufi, for till the last moment of his life he loved just his Allah and his Rooh. And that's why he came back.. To breathe his last breath near to his favorite master, under the berry tree where he promised Sujatha his love and that she'll speak when it blossoms. Yes, she did spoke her mind and the nature witnessed their love...