Theerppu Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Sunil KS
- The script is excellent
- The performances of the stars are appreciable
- The film is technically sound
- Forcedly inserted scenes irk the audience
- There is a lag in the second half
Theerppu is scripted by Murali Gopy and directed by Rathish Ambat. Rathish Ambat, Vijay Babu, and Murali Gopy produced the film. Sunil KS cranked the camera, and Deepu Joseph edited the film. Prithiviraj Sukumaran, Indrajith Sukumaran, Isha Talwar, Vijay Babu, Saiju Kurup, Hannah Reji Koshy, Suzanne Bernert, Shaju KS, “Mammukoya,” Srikant Murali, “Siddique” and Taufique Shersha are cast.
Abdullah Marakkar, Kalyan Menon, Ramkumar and Parameshwaran Potty are childhood friends. Though they belong to different communities, they share a good bonding. But during a business deal, the two cheated on Abdullah’s dad due to their greed. Due to this, he loses everything and commits suicide. Abdullah is angry with his friends, as their fathers’ are the reason for his father’s death. Ramkumar’s father was the mastermind, so Abdullah dislikes Ramkumar and his family. After years, Ramkumar, who settled abroad, wishes to start a business in India and gets into partnership with the rest of his friends. While they meet in their business place, Abdullah arrives there. What happens next is the interesting next half of the story.
Prithviraj has done an excellent job. His expressions and body language are fantastic. Saiju Kurup and Hanna fit well in the given roles. Indrajith didn’t have much to do.
Murali Gopy has come up with an exciting script, and it is executed well by Rathish Ambat. The story is well scripted, and the flashback scenes are shot well. The first half is interesting. The second half has lost its grip on the narration, and we can see certain scenes are inserted forcibly. The cast is interesting, but some of the stars didn’t get perfect roles, and their potential is wasted, especially Indrajith. The cinematography is fantastic and BGM is decent.
What’s Not There?
Though the film has some minuses in the second half, overall, it gives good entertainment. If you love to enjoy a thriller, this one could be your cup of tea!