Directorial review of Ananth Narayan Mahadevan’s Rough Book I love the chameleon-like streak in Ananth, he is one director who has never been trapped in any genre. He excels in all the films he does.

 

Mumbai: Filmmaker Anant Mahadevan during the music launch of the film Gour Hari Dastaan in Mumbai, on July 31, 2015. (Photo: IANS)

By ARYEMAN RAJ

Rough Book takes a totally different look at the run-of-the-mill films trying to tackle issues pertaining to the educational system. Kudos to the director Ananth Narayan Mahadevan to make it an interesting film with the new flavour. I love the chameleon-like in Ananth, he is one director who has never been trapped in any genre. He excels in all the films he does.

A beautifully crafted scripted backed with super-talented actors help this film in conveying a boring message oriented film into a must-watch film. Raw newcomers come out with effective performances with ease. Imbibing the fundas of Physics and encapsulating them into the story-line hasn’t been ventured into before by any film director.

Ananth, who has earlier made engrossing films, hits the bull’s eye once again with a worthy film. He is one director who makes films for his pure passion for cinema. Also a pat on the back for a producers (J.C. Chaudhry, Aakash Chaudhry, Dr. Aashish Chaudhry) to support such projects.

 

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