10 Times When Renji Panicker Enriched Our English Vocabulary

10 Times When Renji Panicker Enriched Our English Vocabulary

24 Nov 17 @ 3:35 PM | By Sunderlal Raja

We all are aware of the firebrand style of writing that is the trademark of Renji Panicker scripts. In fact he is one of those writers who has given us the most memorable mass dialogues in Malayalam cinema. His scripts have the transgressive style to it. But, what makes him different among the other Malayalam film scriptwriters is the way he forms his dialogues. Expect for his first three movies, all his films are filled with lengthy dialogues and monologues which has got a zinc and rhythm to it. Almost all of them are popular dialogues in Malayalam cinema. And here again, he introduces these big English words, which are not commonly used, and that too in a rhyming fashion. Many a times, you need a dictionary to understand what the character just said. That is why he gives the Malayalam meaning of those words in the same dialogue and have to say this, he does it brilliantly. So, in this article, we are focusing on 10 dialogue/monologue scenes in Renji Panicker films which used uncommon English words and helped us to largen our English vocabulary. 

[NB: This is not picking up the best 10 dialogue scenes written by Renji Panicker, that’s a whole different article for another time. Here we have only picked those Mass dialogue scenes, in which more than one English words were used which were totally new to many of the audience, at its time of release. So you won’t find the power packed dialogues from Mohanlal’s Praja or Suresh Gopi’s Commissioner in this space.]