Film: Anjaam Pathiraa
Cast: Kunchacko Boban, Sharafudheen, Indrans
Director: Midhun Manuel Thomas
Reviewer: George Sylex
What's About - Serial killers in films have consistently been a cool thing for viewers to take a gander at. Regardless of whether it be a maniac going crazy with a knife, or the cool, quiet, and determined beast that stalks their prey, and the series killers has constantly captivated crowds. Anjaaam Paathira is a suspense thriller murder mystery from Midhun Manuel Thomas which pastes to your seat till the end credit roll. Let the rush and puzzle hit home. Watch it for an alternate sort of film with much more than great acting, music, and thrills.
Summary - The movie takes off with a conversation with a ripper criminal (Indrans) and Psychologist Anwar Hussain (Kunchacko Boban) where Indrans portrays the mindsets of killers. After a serious homicide occurs in the city Anwar gets acquainted with the homicide instance of a police officer by his companion, and cop Anil (Jinu Joseph). As he attempts to interface the fortuitous pieces of information, the circumstances get muddled further with more homicides, baffling both Anwar and the entire police division. How they capture the killer and the backstories of the occasions structures the anatomy of Anjaam Pathira. The movie goes through some real-life cases like Kedel Jinson's murders but Midhun Manuel used another backstory to persuade and excite the crowd.
Script Analysis - A suspense thriller may not generally be an ideal elixir like an Alfred Hitchcock film yet in the event that key component sets up, it can work with even an essential plot. Midhun builds a decent captivating story with its nitty-gritty set up. A small issue here is that it fizzles at keeping up the holding pace in the climax which was very vital. The story of Anjaam Pathiraa is with the end goal that it keeps the crowd speculating about what will occur straightaway. All things considered, the screenplay is entertaining and engaging. The climax, which uncovers reality regarding the case, is stunning. I genuinely welcome the dialogues in the film over constrained punchlines staple to other commercial films.
Star Performances - Kunchako Boban fits the job easily. He has consistently been the quintessential family hero and in this too he exceeds expectations. Despite that I do feel, the content overwhelms this film as it's not his film. Unnimaya is familiar with various movies, and she gives a force stuffed execution as the head of the investigation. The casting being great, she holds her character amazingly well. Sreenath Bhaasi enters the later part and is very clever with his peculiar computer expert character. Actors like Jinu and Remya Nambeeshan is also great in their given job.
Direction, Cinematography & Music - What are the primary components for a suspense murder mystery thriller? A holding story, incredible actors and edge of the seat suspense that give you thrills. Summarized all answers that are the thing that Anjaam Pathiraa is. The quality written substance is the last deciding factor here, and the director's ability to build it up is the thing that wonders in this film. The cinematography by Shaiju Khalid is astounding and the first scene itself from the street is admirable. Midhun realizes how to consider spade a spade thus the film is intense regardless of managing issues of crimes. The background score drives the film superbly as it rises the rhythm when a nail-gnawing chase is on.
Overall - What I loved most about the film is its quality to snare you. Anjaam Pathiraa looks at the psyche of a killer, their upsetting inspirations, their often unreasonable conduct, unknowable pasts, and their sociopath intuition in a thrilling way. Don't miss this thriller by Midhun Manuel Thomas.