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Telling the tales of lonesome souls: The lonely hurt child Some of his most popular works turned around children—those from broken families or simply disturbed children.

Her backstory is that of an unstable teen who missed having a mother around. While the grand mom lives a grumpy and lonely life lamenting about her lost daughter and husband. Manivathoorile Aayiram Sivarathrikal has at its core a tender love story between two lonely souls—Dr Vinayachandran and Neena. Neena has had a lonely childhood, having lost her mother at a very young age, while Vinayan misses his father.

History repeats itself when Neena dies and her daughter too feels the same pang of loneliness; the void left by her mother. Considered one of his path-breaking works, Poovinu Puthiya Poonthennal follows an unusual crime thriller narrative pattern.

The hero Kiran Mammootty is perpetually drunk, mourning over his dead wife and child. Into his abject misery enters a petrified mute child, who is witness to the murder of his parents and together they forge a strange, emotional bond. Fazil, who also scripts all his films, weaves an intricate man-child bond in this otherwise grim thriller. The climax, where Kiran is shot dead and the little boy sits next to him crying helplessly, remains a haunting lingering cinematic memory. Fazil has created some deeply emotive moments whenever children have been the protagonists.

A couple that has lost their only daughter, a darling orphaned child, a harrowed husband worried about his wife who has lost her mental balance worrying over her child born out of wedlock. Faasil leads the characters and story in such a way that in the end we empathise with the adopted parents.

Appoos, in Pappayude Swantham Appoos , is the poster boy for lonely children in Malayalam cinema. The poor little rich boy, who played old videos of his mother singing lullabies for him as a baby. He tries to find his mother in other women.

When taunted for being an illegitimate child, Maya takes it upon herself to establish her legitimacy and win back the man she loves. But the tender mother-daughter bond is unfortunately short-lived. Manathe Vellitheru explored the mother-son relationship at a psychosomatic level. They were all linked closely with the mother or father and their relationship with children.

Either grieving over a lost spouse or mother or living in their memory. They love with abandon, are stuck in adversity and seem reluctant to make a fresh start.

These are men who promise to steadily hold on to their women, even in the most adverse situations. But her moment of empowerment is cut short when she gets killed by her husband.

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Similarly, one of the most powerful celluloid female characters in Malayalam cinema remains Nagavally, the alter-ego of the docile Ganga. Written by Madhu Muttam, the two women have contrasting sketches—the submissive, homebound, dreamy Ganga versus the vindictive, strong and independent Nagavally.

The women are always at extremes and boxed according to stereotypes—between the spirited, modern Girly, Maya, Meenakshi and Bala and the sari clad Ganga and Sindhu Life is Beautiful. Despite being an unwed mother, she attains the peak in her singing career and seems determined to stay at the top. Yet she is also strangely forgiving of the man she loved and lost. Ditto for Kunjunjamma Thomas who is bitter about having lost the opportunity to love her daughter. Motherhood is an obsessively manipulated role in his films.

The mothers are mostly forgiving, lovable and one-dimensional. Love invariably remained unfulfilled unless it passes the parental scanner.

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The protagonists in two of his most popular teenage love stories—Aniyathipravu and Ennennum Kannettante written by Madhu Muttam are strikingly similar. The shy, silent, traditional girl and the upbeat love-struck boy. The conversations can be extremely corny and it has been a sore point in all his scripts.

He was far more convincing with post-marriage romances, though a few bordered on the regressive—Manivathoorile Aayiram Sivarathrikal, Life is Beautiful, Pappayude Swantham Appoos, Manichithrathazhu. So it seems ironic that one of the most charming comic setpieces in the history of Malayalam cinema was in his Nokketha Doorathu Kannum Nattu.

Varusham 16 had two established actors Kushboo and Karthik playing the lovers unlike the Malayalam version which had newcomers.

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That also meant the naivety which was the calling card of the original got lost in translation. Stalemate in conclusion Fazil, like most of his peers, failed to keep up with the changing grammar and terrain of Malayalam cinema.

His last few works, Living Together a done-to-death romance , Moz and Cat a bizarre tale of a man and child , Kaiyethum Doorathu an uninspiring romance that marked the debut of his son Fahad Faasil and Vismayathumbathu badly executed film despite a very novel theme fell flat at the box-office.

That he was struggling to stay afloat was evident. All said and done, he will remain a vital name in the annals of Malayalam cinema—his films, more than being about craft and technical finesse, was an integral part of growing up for every kid from the 80s and 90s.

And of course, he will remain the one who gave us the greatest cult classic — Manichithrathazhu. Comments material that is unlawful, obscene, defamatory, threatening, harassing, abusive, slanderous, racially, ethically or sexually hateful or offensive, or embarrassing to any other person or entity are prohibited.