Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum (U/A)
30/Jun/2017 Comedy, Drama 2hrs 15mins

Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum

Critics Review


An Absorbing Tale Of A Bus Journey That Goes Wrong

ThondimuthalumDriksakshiyum is a stellar effort from DileeshPothan; it is not just a fantastic follow up of sorts to MaheshintePrathikaaram, but easily among the best of Malayalam and even Indian cinema of the year so far.(more)

Source: Sethumadhavan, MovieCrow


Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum Movie Review

Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum if you appreciate realistic cinema with some earthy characters and relatable instances.(more)

Source: Deepa Soman, Times Of India


'Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum' Review: a winner yet again

Thondimuthalum... is a companion piece to that first film, which was a revenge drama shorn of all hatred, and filled with humour. It becomes a call against easy judgements in an era of mob justice and summary executions. It becomes a call for peace, love, and understanding. Dileesh Pothan has scored two winners in a row.(more)

Source: Praveen, The Hindu


Realistic humor and brilliant performances make Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum a good watch

The huge expectation from a movie made by the director of Maheshinte Prathikaram, having Fahadh Faasil and National Award winner Suraj Venjarammood in the lead roles, with Gangs of Wasseypur/Udta Punjab/Dev D cinematographer Rajeev Ravi cranking the camera, might have a detrimental effect on the audience as Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum is a bit different. It is realistic, it has humor, it has emotion and moreover, some good performances. Go without expecting a Maheshinte Prathikaram and it will be a good watch.(more)

Source: Behindwoods Review Board,



The film sees a host of new actors especially essaying the role of cops, a lot of them leave an impact, including the ones who play the S.I, the C.I and the cop who is seen mostly in plain clothes. Alencier Ley Lopez once again proves why he is one of the more dependable supporting actors in Malayalam cinema of late, the scene where he comes to meet Prasad and Sreeja expresses both his helplessness as well as sly nature. Nimisha Sajayan fits the bill as the simple looking Sreeja who is brave enough to defy her family, fall in love and support her man. In a role reversal of sorts it is Suraj Venjaramoodu who has the more conventional �lead� role of sorts, while Fahadh Faasil plays second fiddle comfortably for the first half of the film. It takes a lot of conviction for a director to take such a drastic casting call and also a lot of guts and confidence for a popular star to take on such an unconventional role, kudos to both Dileesh Pothan and Fahadh Faasil for their respective decisions. The movie is among the best of the Indian cinema of the year so far.(more)

Source: Sethumadhavan N, Bangalore Mirror