Humble Politician Nograj is a rip-roaring political satire that has Danish Sait perform fabulously. In spite of it being a one-man show mostly, the way the director has managed to bring in other characters and a good plot in to the proceedings shows immense effort.
Keeping up with A.R. Murugadoss’s trend of producing quality movies, SPYder turns to be yet another standout effort that thrills with élan. With a protagonist who can pull off roles with aplomb, along with an antagonist who takes the villain role to a whole new level and a fast-paced screenplay, SPYder could have been so much more had its sputtering moments in the second half been taken care of.
In an age where content-driven movies are hard to come by and humor usually means double entendre, Ondu Motteya Kathe is a welcome change and has not just a simple and strong story line but also some intense individual performances and shrewd direction. It does take guts to make a movie out of a situation that one come across in everyday life but it take some real astuteness to sell it as a product and convince the audience. Raj B Shetty checks these boxes!!
‘Angamaly Diaries’ cannot be simply described in words for it is undoubtedly an experience of a lifetime. A flawless portrayal of craft and skill and loaded with the local flavour of Kerala, this creation is definitely not to be missed – arguably the finest one would have seen in a long time!
Toni Erdmann is your ‘need of the hour’ tale which uses madcap humour and deep philosophy to severely critique the urbanized world lacking in display of natural human emotions not wearing the make-up of a preacher but that of a Joker.