C/o Sairabhanu Review

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C/o Sairabhanu is one among the two Malayalam movies that had released in theaters in Kerala toady. It was directed by a debutant named Antony Sony and it was written by RJ Shan and Bipin Chandran together. Maqtro Pictures, RV Films and Eros International together produced this movie and it was distributed by Eros International here. The lead characters in this movie has been played by Manju Warrier, Amala Akkineni and Shane Nigam. Amala Akkineni has been making a comeback to Mollywood after long years as well. The teaser and trailer of this movie had got great reception and that had made it a much anticipated movie as well. This flick revolves around the characters named Sairabhanu played by Manju Warrier and Joshua Peter played by Shane Nigam. Joshua is the son of Sairabhanu. Joshua Peter is a young guy who is passionate about photography just like his Late father Peter George who was a famous photographer. His foster mother Sairabhanu is working in a post office. Joshua gets a scholarship to study photography in France and then comes certain issues that changes the life of both of them and a character named Annie who is an advocate comes to their life.

Antony Sony had really impressed the audience with his craft through this movie, which is his first venture. He made it like a movie that had come out from the direction of an experience film maker and that says it all. Bipin Chandran and RJ Shan had provided a neat screenplay with convincing situations. The dialogues were natural and the plot was intense as well. Antony Sony had presented it with all its intensity and he maintained the quality of the movie without compromising on the entertaining side. The movie is very much engaging and at the same has depth in it.

The performance that came from Manju Warrier has been fantastic and she amazed us once again with her talent. Others have to watch and learn from her and she effortlessly become the character named Sairabhanu and lived on screen as that character. Shane Nigam had already won a lot of praise for his performance in Kismath last year. He once again showed that he can go miles from here with his great performance as Joshua Peter. Amala Akkineni had made her comeback performance memorable as well. Others like John Paul, Ganesh Kumar, Jagadeesh, Sunil Sugatha, Indrans, Niranjana, P Balachandran, Joy Mathew etc also done well in this flick. The camera was cranked by Abdul Rahim and he did a nice job with some realistic ad at the same time energetic visuals. The music was tuned by popular music director Mejo Joseph and as expected Mejo’s tunes were soulful. Sagar Dass edited the movie and it was nice and crisp. His edits made the film flowing smoothly till the end.

C/o Sairabhanu is a film that can satisfy you with its quality and presentation style. The film has a different story in it and it is told in a really entertaining manner as well. So, you will never feel disappointed after watching this one. Go For it..!

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