Jana Gana Mana is a legal drama scripted by Sharis Mohammed and directed by Dijo Jose Antony Bio coming soon... >> Read More... . Listin Stephen Listin Stephen is an Indian film distributor and p >> Read More... and Supriya Menon Supriya Menon is a fiery Indian journalist on BBC >> Read More... produced the film. Prithviraj Sukumaran Prithviraj Sukumaran is one among the bubbly actor >> Read More... , Suraj Venjaramoodu Sooraj Venjaramoodu was born on 30th June, 1976 in >> Read More... , Mamta Mohandas This effervescent beauty, who has acted in Malayal >> Read More... , GM Sundar, Shammi Thilakan Son of the late actor Thilakan, Shammi Thilakan is >> Read More... , Vincy Aloshious, Dhruvan, Sadhana aka Shari, Vaishnavi Venugopal Vaishnavi Venugopal is an Indian actress, model, a >> Read More... , Dhanya, Ananya, “Ilavarasu, Anand Bal Anand Bal is an actor known for his role in the 20 >> Read More... , Hari Krishnan, Raja Krishnamoorthy, Vinod Sagar Vinod Sagar is a Tamil actor mostly seen in suppor >> Read More... , Midhun, and . Sudeep Elamon cranked the camera, and Sreejith Sarang Sreejith Sarang was born on 11th February 1983 in >> Read More... edited the film. Jakes Bejoy Jakes Bejoy is a film score composer who was born >> Read More... composed the music.
Saba Mariam is a junior professor. She was found dead and the reports stated that she was raped and burnt. Sajjan Kumar, a sincere cop, was appointed to handle the case. While he dealt with the case, he had to face a lot of political disturbances. How did he solve the case? Who are all involved in the case? The rest of the story deals with these.
Suraj and Prithviraj excelled in the given roles. Though Mamta’s role is short, she has boldly chosen this role and impressed the audience.
We have seen many movies in this genre. Many real-life incident-based stories are shot into a movie. But, this film has a unique way of narrating, and the dialogues are really sharp and receive applause from the audience. The director maintained the thrilling element and made the audience glued to their seats right from the beginning. The film comes with a social message and showcases how the commoners look at the daily news. The BGM is neat, and the visuals are good. The editing is sharp. All the artists fit perfectly in their roles, and every small character was concentrated well.
What’s Not There?
With a strong social message, the movie based on real-life incidents attracts the audience for the performances and the direction.