Window Seat Movie Review
Window Seat is a psychological thriller directed by Sheetal Shetty. Jack Manjunath produced the film. Arjun Janya composed the music, and Vignesh Raj cranked the camera. Editing is by “Pradeep R Rao.” The film features Nirup Bhandari, Sanjana Anand, Amrutha Iyengar, P Ravishankar, Suraj Kumar, Madhusudhan Rao and Lekha Naidu.
Raghu is a musician. He works in a lounge owned by Anjali. Anjali has a soft corner for Raghu. But, Raghu is in love with a girl who he hadn’t met personally. He loves a girl, who he regularly sees while he travels on the train, sitting in a window seat. When he sees her in trouble, he decides to help her. But, little does he know that he will be struck with a big problem. What happened to the girl? What happened to Raghu, who went to help the girl? The rest of the film deals with this.
Nirup has done an excellent job as Raghu. Ravishankar excels in the cameo role. Amrutha Iyengar is superb with her role, especially in the emotional scenes. Lekha Naidu is good with her performances.
Sheetal makes her debut as a director with this film. It doesn’t look like a debutant director’s film. She executed well and also got the work done perfectly. It is not easy to make a psychological thriller. The characters are penned neatly. Some of the cop characters are very supportive, and some of them are very strict and brutal. The visuals are incredible, and the BGM is perfect for a psychological thriller.
- The performances of the stars are perfect
- The execution is neat
- The film is technically sound
What’s Not There?
- Except for a few minor flaws, nothing looks odd
Window Seat is a beautiful psychological thriller that makes the audience glued to their seats till the end.