2010 has seen eighty one releases as yet, and as the year finally draws to a close, its time to pick out the best from among them. There hasn't been reason for much celebration at the box-office this year with very few films making it to the hit charts.
nowrunning.com presents the Top Five Films of 2010, not necessarily in the order of their merit! Some of these films might not have had a dream run at the box office, but nevertheless have left their mark in the minds of cine lovers in the state.
T D Dasan Std VI B
Mohan Raghavans TD Dasan Std VI B makes it to the Best Films list of the year on account of several reasons an inherent genuineness that runs through out and a solid script that tells the story of a young boy who strikes up a relationship with his estranged dad. Though TD Dasan left the theaters without making much of an impact, it was selected as one of the Competition Films at the 15th IFFK, where it was received warmly.
Mohan Raghavan's debut film matched up in texture, dimension and depth to the wonderfully crafted films of Walter Salles that often transcend boundaries. This was the work of an artist who refused to see the medium as a mere commodity, and the highly sensitive writing and truly marvelous direction made this film a truly captivating watch.