Puzhu Movie Review

  • By: nettv4u.com
  • Review for the film: "Puzhu"
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 55 Minutes
  • Certificate: UA
  • Released: 13-05-2022
  • Genre: Action, Thriller
3.75 / 5.0

Puzhu is scripted by Harshad, Sharfu, and Suhas and directed by Ratheena PT. It is produced by Wayfarer Films of Dulquer Salmaan in association with Cyn-Cyl Celluloid. Theni Eswar cranked the camera, and Deepu Joseph edited the film. Jakes Bejoy composed the music. “Mammootty,” Parvathy Thiruvothu, Vasudev Sajeesh Marar, Appunni Sasi, Nedumudi Venu, 'Athmiya' Rajan, Kunchan, Malavika Menon, “Indrans,” Sreedevi Unni, Kottayam Ramesh, and Thejas EK are cast.


Kuttan is a police officer who stays with his son, Kichu. Kuttan lost his wife, and he raised his son as a single parent. Kuttan has a younger sister, Bharati. She married Kuttappan, a theatre artist, against her brother’s wish. So, Kuttan didn’t have a smooth relationship with her. Kuttan is overprotective and takes care of his son double the times that other parents do. His son couldn’t tolerate that and felt that his freedom was fired. So, he wants Kuttan to die. Soon, Kuttan starts feeling that someone is trying to kill him. Bharati shifts her residence near Kuttan’s house, and now Kuttan’s paranoia heightens. What happens next? Will Kuttan doubt his sister? Who will solve Kuttan’s problem? The rest of the story deals with it.

Star Performance

Mammootty has proved once again that he is a Mega Star. He stepped into the shoes of Kuttan and performed flawlessly. His body language, expressions, and dialogue delivery are fantastic. Parvathy and Appunni Sasi are impressive with the minor roles given to them.


With a simple yet unique plot, the scriptwriters and the directors had given the audience a great treat to watch. Mammootty’s script selection is lovely, and the stunning star has proved his worth that he is the Super Actor forever. The BGM is excellent, and the visuals by Eswar are astounding. All the characters are designed perfectly, and the stars are picked well for the roles. The film is technically sound.

What’s There?

  • The performances are excellent
  • The story and narration are good

What’s Not There?

  • Nothing big as a minus


With a different story, Puzhu has come to entertain not only the Mammootty fans but the general audience too.