Nayattu Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Ranjith Balakrishnan
- Mahesh Narayanan
- Martin Prakkat
- Nimisha Sajayan
- Music Composer:
- The performance of the stars are good
- Script and direction are neat
- Some minor flaws
Nayattu is a thriller flick scripted by Shahi Kabir and directed by Martin Prakkat. Ranjith Balakrishnan produced the film in association with PM Sasidharan. Shyju Khalid cranked the camera and editing is by Mahesh Narayanan. The music composition is by Vishnu Vijay and Akhil Alex. The film has Kunchacko Boban, Nimisha Sajayan, Joju George, Yama Gilgamesh, Anil Nedumangad, Harikrishnan and Jaffar Idukki.
Praveen Michael is a newly joined civil police officer. Sunitha is another CPO. A local politician is summoned to the station where Praveen works. He and Maniyan put him behind bars, as the politician made some troubles. Later, they receive a call from SP to let him out of the cell. The three CPOs related to the case stuck in an accident and they had to run away. How did the police track them? Will those officers escape from the critical situation? The answers to these questions form the rest of the story.
Kunchacko has done a good job. Joju George and Anil Nedumangad receive appreciation for their performance.
The director has moved the story at the right pace. The characters are scripted well and the right actors are engaged. The screenplay is neatly penned and the narration is good. The climax scene is well shot with political touch. The music, cinematography and editing are neat.
What’s Not There?
Nayattu comes with a good script and performances. It has some political and emotional content too. Nayattu – watchable once!