Set in the hazy scene of Ootty, Koode recounts the tale of Joshua played Prithviraj. Joshua who works in Dubai returns home to a dispossessing family. He is given the room of Jenny, his younger sibling who illuminate Joshua’s life and everything else about this delightful film which portrays the narrative of the change of a man destroy man torn amongst obligation and love and of people around him.
Shockingly, Koode is the official remake of Marathi movie maker Sachin Kundalkar’s Happy Jurney. But, Anjali Menon has carried it with her very own kind which is unimaginably wonderful and moving. In spite of the fact that Koode is in no way like her past directorial Banglore Days and composing wander Ustad Hotel, it has the fundamental Anjali Menon contact with regards to delineating relationship. The detail and affectability with which Anjali Menon outline her characters and their connections are what works for this film which is without a doubt one of best Malayalam family shows of the ongoing years.
The characters in Koode are persuading, there is no component of false about them. What’s more, the characters set forth a similarly persuading execution. Regardless of whether it is Prithviraj, Nazriya or Parvathy who assumes the leads, or Renjith, Pauly Valson and Atul Kulkarni, they all satisfy their given characters. Raghu Dixit’s magnificent music and Little Swayamp’s fantastically splendid frames acquire more life to this film which, in spite of the little slack in parts, contacts the core of the viewers.
Despite its length and drama, Koode is one awesome treat for any individual who cherishes moving stories loaded with goodness.