Chathur Mukham Movie Review

  • By: nettv4u.com
  • Review for the film: "Chathur Mukham"
  • Runtime: 2 Hours 18 Minutes
  • Certificate: UA
  • Released: 08-04-2021
  • Genre: Horror, Thriller
2.5 / 5.0

Chathur Mukham is a techno-horror mystery thriller scripted by Abhayakumar and Anil Kurian and directed by Ranjeet Kamala Shankar and “Salil V.” Abinandhan Ramanujam cranked the camera and editing is by Manoj. The music composition is by Dawn Vincent. Jiss Toms and Justin Thomas produced the film along with Manju Warrier. The film has Manju Warrier, Sunny Wayne, Alencier Ley Lopez, Niranjana Anoop, Shayama Prasad. Babu Annur, Rony David, Balaji Sarma, Kalabhavan Prajod and Navas Vallikkunnu in the cast.

Plot

Tejaswini is a social media addict and she feels like losing a part of her life if she doesn’t have her mobile phone with her. She loses her phone and hence buys a new phone at a low price online. After getting a new phone, something threatens her life. Her friend, Antony, who is a physics professor, tries to save her from this along with Clement. Were they successful? What happened to Tejaswini? The answers to these questions reveal the rest of the story.

Star Performance

Manju plays the lead role and excels in it, as usual. Sunny Wayne and Alencier Ley Lopez had also given satisfying performances.

Analysis

Sometimes, the truth hurts! That’s what we feel while watching Chathur Mukham. It has a logical story and that makes the audience shocked. Yet, the horror portions are not scripted well and it is not convincing. The stars fit well in the roles and had given some decent performances. The BGM and cinematography are perfect. The makers mean to say that how the latest gadget has taken over the lives of the people.

What’s There?

  • Script is okayish
  • Manju’s performance is neat

What’s Not There?

  • The horror elements should have been designed better

Verdict

The film comes with some logical explanations and we feel why we should use the latest gadgets that possess us completely. Chathur Mukham – one-time watch!