Release date : 19 May 2017
Directed by : Basil Joseph
Produced by : Dr.AV Anoop, Mukesh R Mehta
Written by : Rakesh Mantodi
Music by : Shaan Rahman
Cinematography : Vishnu Sarma
Edited by : Abhinav Sunder Nayak
Production company : AVA Productions
Anjaneya Das is an unfocused young lad, son of a Veteran Wrestler who is fondly called as Captain in their village. The former lefts to Punjab for his studies and meets Adhithi who got some dreams and how Das's backdrop assists her achieving her goal is the core of Godha.
Script and Direction
Basil Joseph, after a quite impressive debut with Kunjiramayanam is back with another folk story which many could relate as an extension of his first film for its character sketches and their background. While Kunjiramayanam was heavily relied on the Co-stars and the nostalgic factors, Godha seems to be a much more serious effort from this young film maker who pulls the strings perfectly this time to churn out a lovely entertainer, a much better film than his maiden venture.
In an industry where Sports based films were always as amateurish as they could, this one stands out for it's equivalent proportion of emotions, thrill, comic and feel good factors rightly blended, giving an output that would satisfy an ordinary movie goer to a great extend.