Release Date: June 19th, 2020
3Movierulz.in Rating: 2.75 / 5
Cast: Keerthi Suresh, Linga,
Written & Directed by Eswar Karthik
Producer: Karthik Subbaraju
Music: Santhosh Narayanan
Mahendi fame Kirti Suresh is playing the lead role in the movie Penguin. Directed by Ishwar Karthik. Amazon Prime. The film was produced by Karthik Subbaraju, a visionary and producer under the banner of Stone Bench Films and Passion Studios. The movie is released today on Amazon Prime. Let us see in the review of how this movie is.
Rhythm (Keerthy Suresh), a seven-month-old pregnant woman, is an emotional suspense thriller that depicts the emotional and emotional trauma of her struggle to find the missing son (Ajay). But why was the original Rhythm kidnapped? Why was that guy in the Charlie Chaplin getup? In the meantime, will Rhythm break up with her first husband after her son misses, and will her mother again through the second husband? Is the second child at stake? Amidst all these dramatic developments, she attempts to find out who the kidnapper is. The rest of the story is how she saved her two children during this entire sequence.
The main character of the film is Rhythm (Keerthy Suresh). Especially since the first half is well written in suspense scenes and emotional treatment. Keerthi Suresh, who played the heroine in the film, was reduced to his role ... impressed with his acting. Her performance in the scene and in the Doctor Sequence after her son misses Maine. The gestures she utters are great.
Eshwar Karthik made a curious look at the film at a mother's point of view in New Angle. Taking on such a suspense thriller concept… Ishwar Karthik's directorial performance is great in introducing it to the screen. The film was made into a movie that was different from the regular ones. This movie concept is connected to every mother who feels lonely. Linda, who plays her first husband, as well as the actress who played the role of the concept, is also doing well. The rest of the cast also performed well in their respective roles. Director Shot Making and His Vision is great.
Some scenes in the first half are fused, as well as the main character flickering to the screenplay in a full suspense point of view without elevating the clarity of the main character in some scenes, as well as the logic loss scenes given to the heroine.
However, Ishwar Karthik's fascination with Dakarwa's work in cinema ... as well as his concept, flashback scenes, and climax scenes are good... The storylines are so diverse that the film can be fully connected to the audience of the regular set of films that are only for commercial films. Also, the first part is boring in some places as the plot is meaningless.
When it comes to the technical aspect of the film, despite the budgetary limitations in terms of quality, the film is visually appealing to the director. Cameraman Camera performance is great in some key scenes. Music provided by music director Santosh Narayanan is no exception. But it would have been nice if the background music had been given to the focus of Overall cinema along with Sean Mood. There is also something special about the editor. The film is well-edited with a smooth cutting between Flashback to Live. Production volumes performed by the producer of the film are good.
Coming as a suspense thriller with varied content, the film is the main theme and some thrilling elements, along with some key scenes in the second half. However, some scenes in the first half are bogged down and the lack of commercial elements is the draw bags for the film. All in all, this film's image attracts audiences who want something new. However, as stated earlier, the film does not appeal to audiences who have a mindset of regular films that are only for commercial films.