Vinay Forrt excels in his role that has two phases - a full time tippler at the outset and a Gandhian later. The premise gives hopes, but "God Say" does not go deeper into the issue to drive home the intention of the film. So apart from putting forward a topic, the film culminates as a futile effort to convey a surreal effect.Read More
Kaadu Pookkunna Neram probably has the most engaging of plots among Dr Biju’s films.
There is not a dull moment in the entire film, and the catchy background music complements the pace of events.
Rima Kallingal as the Maoist suspect delivers a powerful performance. Indrajith is a natural, as always, and the two actors manage to keep the viewers on their toes - without the help of songs, comedy or co-actors - with little dialogue, there’s just them and the forest.Read More