Twenty One Gms Movie Review

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  • Review for the film: "Twenty One Gms"
  • Runtime: 2 Hours 13 Minutes
  • Certificate: UA
  • Released: 18-03-2022
  • Genre: Suspense Thriller
3 / 5.0

Twenty One Gms is scripted and directed by Bibin Krishna. "Rinish" produced the film. Jithu Damodar cranked the camera and editing is by "Appu N. Bhattathiri." Deepak Dev composed the music. Anoop Menon, Renji Panicker, Leona Lishoy, Anu Mohan, Ranjith, Manasa Radhakrishnan, Nandalal Krishnamoorthy, Mareena Michael Kurisingal, "Lena," and Shanker Ramakrishnan featured in the film.


Nandha Kishore is a Deputy Superintendent of Police. He is emotionally low, as he lost his family member recently. He was assigned to solve a murder case where two siblings were killed consecutively. While investigating the case, Nandha Kishore could see that the murder case has something related to his life. Was he able to solve the murder mystery? The rest of the film deals with it.

Star Performance

Anoop Menon excelled in his role, as usual. Leona Lishoy, Renji Panicker, Anu Mohan, and others did what was asked.


This genre is not new, and in recent years, we have seen ample scripts like this. The artists are well-picked and placed in proper roles. The emotional content is strong, and the performances add an extra mark to the film. The movie is shot in a non-linear pattern and the story shifts to some other places often, irritating the audience. The film is technically sound with good cinematography, editing, and BGM.

What's There?

  • Script and execution are neat
  • The performances of the stars are impressive

What's Not There?

The pattern of the film's movement distracts


To watch non-linear patterned movies, one needs to have total concentration. Though the film lacks logic in some places, its genre and performances make the audience sit and watch the movie throughout.