Anil Philip Bio coming soon... >> Read More... directed Michael's Coffee House. Dheeraj Denny, Renji Panicker, Spadikam George, Margaret Antony, Jins Baskar, Pradeep Kottayam, Mohan Sharma, Simoj Varghese, and "Seetha" are cast. Sharat Shaji cranked the camera, and editing is by Nikhil Venu. BK Harinarayanan composed the songs, and Ronnie Raphael scored the music.
Vincent and Jasmine share a good bonding. When Vincent considers her a good friend, she wants to marry him and continue the bond. Vincent used to go to Michael's Coffee House and meet Sam Uncle. Sam's children are abroad, and Sam shares a good relationship with everyone, as far as Vincent knows. Unexpectedly, Sam was found dead in his room, and the police decided to close the case as a natural death. Vincent suspects his death and asks his father, an advocate, to file a PIL. When the police started their investigation, Vincent, too started the investigation from his side. What happens next? Who killed Sam, or is it a natural death? The rest of the story deals with it.
Dheeraj is excellent in his role, and he does it with ease. Margaret is impressive with her performance. Seetha and Renji Panicker fit well in the roles and have done a fantastic job. Mohan Sharma did his best in the given role. Jins Baskar is quite decent in his performance and gives a natural look. The rest of the stars have done justice to the assigned roles.
Started as a normal story, the film captured the audience's attention with its exciting twists and turns. All the stars suit the role well and make the audience travel with them. The songs are okayish, and the action choreography is fantastic. The visuals and the BGM synch well and impress the audience.
The film has a good script, screenplay and is executed well
The performances of the stars are impressive
What's Not There?
Nothing as negative
It is a good story with stunning performances and perfect direction. The film managed to get the audience's attention easily with the thrilling elements.