Sathya Movie Review
The dance numbers are badly lip-synced; the make-up during song sequences quite horrendous and worst of all, the film is agonisingly pretentious, overall. It would be better to steer clear of this film.(more)
Source: Deepa Soman, Times Of India
Sathya is not an intelligent thriller.
Jayaram in a stylish avatar does not live up to his previous standard performances. He is the actor who made Malayalam audience laugh with his performances in movies like Melepparambil Aanveedu, Veendum chila veettukaryangal, Mazhavil kavadi. He also donned the powerful hero image in movies like CID Unnikrishnan BA BEd, Superman, Kottaaram veettile Apputtan and delivered brilliant performances in Maalootty, Aayushkalam and Keli. Jayaram in Sathya is just mediocre and unconvincing. The other cast including Roma, Parvathy, Deepak Jaithy and Pashanam Shaji also fail to make an everlasting impact.(more)
Source: Behindwoods Review Board, Behindwoods.com
Though this is a short movie, by the time 'Sathya' ends we would have run out of patience. This one is an aimless movie that can be given a miss.
The movie�s narrative style of flashbacks and jumps in time is unappealing. All those �mass� dialogues are laughable. A sensible script fails the movie on the whole. Jayaram sports a rough look but a weak characterization makes him look jaded and out of place. Also he has not been able to flex his muscles in those fight sequences. It is a wonder why Jayaram goes out of his way to choose movies like this which offers him nothing. The villain character has also been handled shabbily. Saju Novadya is good in the comic department. Aju Varghese has a cameo .(more)
Source: IndiaGlitz , IndiaGlitz.com