Friends here released the new malayalam film ORDINARY which focuses the life of ordinary peoples,but the film is something EXTRA-ORDINARY.The film location is GAVI.This place was not much famous until the release of ORDINARY,now GAVI is crowded with tourists.Surely i will give some info about GAVI.


Ordinary is a 2012 Malayalam film directed by debutant Sugeeth and written by Nishad K. Koya and Manu Prasad. The film stars Kunchacko Boban, Biju Menon, Asif Ali, Jishnu,
Shritha Sivadas and Ann Augustine. The cinematography is by Faisal Ali and the music is composed by Vidyasagar.


According to the film’s official website, ORDINARY is a journey with common people set
on a mystic, high-range village ‘Gavi’. It is a story about the KSRTC – Ordinary bus running from Pathanamthitta to Gavi, bus conductor, driver and their interactions with
the innocent villagers who frequented the daily travel with them. The story unfolds
through various humorous situations establishing the one to one relationship of villagers with the bus conductor/driver.An unexpected turn of events make their relationships to soar with the villagers and spin a mystery around the story. The protagonist becomes the victim of circumstances and his struggle to unveil the mystery along with his colleague is being narrated through a different, interesting way of story telling.


Kunchacko Boban as Iravi Kuttan Pillai     Biju Menon as Suku
Asif Ali as Bhadran                                    Jishnu as Jose
Shritha Sivadas as Kalyani                        Ann Augustine as Anna
Baburaj as Vakkachan                              Vaiga as Latha
Salim Kumar                                               Lalu Alex
Kochu Preman                                            Narayanankutty
Niyas Backer                                            Dharmajan Bolgatty


Getting there

Gavi is 28 km south west of Vandiperiyar, 14 km from Kumily, near Thekkady. The rough journey to Gavi may better be made on a sturdy vehicle like jeep which are available
on hire either from Vandiperiyar or from Kumily. Entry passes must be obtained from the Forest Check Post enroute at Vallakkadavu. Advance booking with the Kerala Forest Development Corporation Ltd. is highly appreciable wherein such formalities will be taken care of by the Company itself. Gavi is part of the Periyar Tiger reserve, and the route can be covered by car from Vandiperiyar. The entrance fee is 25 rupees per person and 50 rupees per vehicle. Cameras are 25 rupees and video cameras are charged 100 rupees. Both day and night stays are available. Forest tent camping is available from November through March.

Flora and fauna
Gavi’s evergreen forests are abundant with wildlife including the Tiger, elephants, Leopards, Bears, Indian Gaur, sambar, barking and mouse deers, Lion Tailed Macaque,
Nilgiri Marten and more than 250 species of birds.


Wildlife watching
Stay at top tree huts
Outdoor camping in forest around
Safaris through jungle roads
Visit to paradise cove at Ninnumulli
Boating in the Gavi& kochupampa lakes.
Leisurely walks through spice gardens
Visit to cardamom factory
Climb to Sabarimala temple view

Summer: February–April, daytime temperatures up to 28 C. but can drop to 20 degree C at night. Monsoon: June – August, daytime temperatures up to 25 C but can drop to 10 degree C at night.

Gavi is waiting for you


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Jithin Rajan

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