CAST & CREW
Ayisha is directed by Aamir Pallikkal. Ashif Kakkodi Bio coming soon... >> Read More... scripted the film, and it is produced by Zakariya Mohammed Zakariya Mohammed is a well known Indian Theater D >> Read More... . Vishnu Sarma Vishnu Sarma is a cinematographer and editor who w >> Read More... cranked the camera, and editing is by “Appu N Bhattathiri.” “M Jayachandran” composed the music. The film features Manju Warrier Manju Warrier is a South-Indian film actress, born >> Read More... , Krishna Sankar, Mona Essay, Radhika, Sajna, Poornima, Latheefa, Salama, Jennifer, Sarafeena, Sumayya, Islam, and Shamsudheen MT. Ayisha is a multilingual film that has Malayalam and Arab as the major conversation languages. Prabhu Deva Story soon >> Read More... choreographed a song.
Ayisha is a single mother who has to fulfill her family’s needs. She moves to Riyadh and works as a maid in a royal household to earn a decent sum. Ayisha develops a good bonding with the employer. She had to face a lot of troubles and suffer, although she is bold. Will Ayisha get out of the trouble? Will she settle in her life? What are the hardships she faced? All these forms the rest of the film.
Manju Warrier is excellent in her role. Minute expressions had always been her pluses. Her emotional performance is just incredible. Her chemistry with her co-stars is just perfect. She proves again and again that she can bring any role with ease.
The film is based on true incidents that happened a few years ago. The director took the movie on the right track, and he doesn’t seem to be a debutant. The characters are penned well, and the right stars are placed in the right roles. Various actors from the gulf countries and other parts of the world portray important characters. Ayisha is a strong character, and Manju is a perfect choice. Her tears and smiles add massive value to the story. However, the film has a lot of predictable sequences, including the climax. The visuals, music, and editing are neat and appreciable.
What’s Not There?
Whether it is an action role or a performance-oriented role, Manju tries her best to make her audience enjoy it. Though some of her previous outings were misfired, this one doesn’t seem to disappoint her fans. Ayisha – Watchable!
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