Mohanlal is a classic actor who performs effortlessly as the blind man and establishes that no one can be more convincing as a sharp guy with enhanced senses than him. With shrewdness in his eyes, Samuthirakani essays his role perfectly. Nedumudi Venu, Anusree, Chemban Vinod, Renji Panicker and Mamukkoya deliver notable performances. Baby Meenakshi once again displays her innocent and natural acting. The only disappointment from the movie is Vimala Raman who fails miserably to act convincingly.
Ron Ethan Yohann has done a job with the background score that helps to create suspense and tension in the movie. Cinematography by Ekambaram is splendid, and when put together with Ayyapan Nair's perfect edits results in a spine chilling thriller.Read More
The legendary charm of the Mohanlal-Priyadarshan, which was not visible in the duo's last few outings, is back in its full glory, in Oppam. The director has successfully made a flawless thriller, despite this being his first attempt. A perfect cliff-hanging movie experience for both the Mohanlal-Priyadarshan fans, and movie fanatics. MUST WATCH..!!Read More
Watch Oppam if you are a Mohanlal fan, but don't expect the much-loved magic of a Mohanlal - Priyadarshan film to get repeated this time.Read More
Oppam is based on a script which is fine at best. But it is the slick presentation and of course, a brilliant performance from Mohanlal that overcomes its minor weaknesses. That could be a reason enough to buy a ticket for this one.Read More
The biggest positive about Oppam is that Mohanlal gives more sharpness and detailing to the writing and direction with his extraordinary performance and that makes the film a must watch.Read More