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scored the BGM and Nadirshah composed the songs. Arun Narayan Productions bankrolled the film.
Ramachandran Pillai works as a security guard in an ATM center. He, the father of two girl children, is a witness to a crime involving a biggie. When Ramachandran decides to be the witness of the case, the person in power decides to kill him. The previous night, he had to appear before the court as a witness, his ATM center had a guest. Is he a savior or killer? The rest of the film deals with this.
Jayasurya has done his job perfectly with excellent body language. Jaffar Idukki fits well in the role. The rest of the cast did what was required.
The story is not much unique and starts like a stage drama. After the crime, it starts moving with some gripping sequences. Jayasurya’s entry is simple and neat, and his eyes speak much. The initial scenes should have been shot better. The second half is better than the first half. Not all the characters are designed well, and most women appear as template characters. Namitha Pramod’s character is quite neat, and she did her part well, too. The cinematography is decent, and the BGM is neat. Though the songs didn’t stay deep, they are okay.
What’s Not There?
Though the film starts slow, for the performances of the stars, it is watchable once. If you are Jayasurya or Nadirshah’s fan, you might surely like the film!