Synopsis/Plot : It is a murder mystery which draws its inspiration from the real-life murders in Kerala and explores how a person can be framed and labelled a criminal, even if there is no solid proof of their guilt.
The film is beautifully constructed over the concepts of human emotions and societal parameters such as caste, gender, status and power, as it throws light on the murder of Chembakammal and the mystery surrounding it
Oru Kuprasidha Payyan grips the audience from the start till the end. And Madhupal's brilliant direction gets the credit along with Jeevan Job Thomas' smart screenplay that leaves the audience with no choice but to go with the flow. The makers have a keen understanding of its setting. Each argument ...(more)
Source: Anjana George, Times Of India
This One Is Indeed A Cut Above The Rest!
ru Kuprasidha Payyan stands tall among all the films that have come out in this particular genre in the recent times. The performances, the script and above all, the making style of Madhupal make the film an intriguing watch.(more)
Source: Abhijith, One India
A superb Tovino Thomas drives this solid procedural
Despite the dark subject matter, this is not really a depressing film. The predominant emotion is that of anger, at those who are in a hurry to put an innocent man in jail just because they are under a deadline. Maheshinte Prathikaram-fame Sujith Shankar appears in the role of a determined Crime Bra...(more)
Source: Sajin Shrijith, The New Indian Express