Aanandam is a coming-of-age movie looking at the various issues faced by the protagonists on a four day industrial visit.
After watching Pulimurugan we dropped off our aunt, uncle and grandmother at their home and left to Kurla to watch Aanandam. The movie with a new star cast was watched with several flashbacks in my own mind to my own industrial visit to Goa.
The movie looks at friendships, college romances and relationships, has some interesting history trivia and mostly has some decent advice on how to spend your college days. These are given from the various experiences that the protagonists have when they go on a four day industrial visit via Mysore, Hampi and Goa.
I enjoyed watching the movie because of being easily able to identify with various of the characters in the movie with the people I encountered whilst in college. The advice that some of the characters in the film give are some that I wish was given to me when I was in college.The English sub-titles the movie had on the screening was also good with helping in understanding some of the references in the jokes made in the movie, which was nice.
The advice includes not worrying too much but accepting that everyone is as confused when they were in college.It is the smaller joys like time one spends with friends, the learning experience and interacting with others that leaves us with memories in the long run. These are lessons we learn and the memories we cherish much longer than class lessons. One has to learn to enjoy life whilst taking on responsibilities. Else we will never know when our hairs turn grey and we’d have become too old to enjoy life.
I would recommend you go and watch these movies.
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