Synopsis/Plot : Anna Ben plays an ordinary innocent girl, who comes to Kozhikode city from a high range area called Poovarmala. The story is set in the village areas of Wayanad, Malappuram and Kannur.
When There Is More Than What Meets The Eye!
The film turns into a thriller of sorts midway with the entry of Roy (Sreenath Bhasi) who is a stranger to the couple as well as to us. The three of them get into a mini maze of sorts and you are as desperate as Jessy hoping that she gets out of it. The performances are terrific and on point and mos...(more)
Source: Bharath Vijayakumar, MovieCrow
A well-made story on women's travails
The one liner of the story isn't novel, but the fresh treatment of this film needs a mention. But also, the film at some points moves at a slow pace, particularly when Jessy and Vishnu fall in love over the phone.(more)
Source: Anjana George, Times Of India
Promising debut, but with a dampener effect
The otherwise well-intentioned makers may have inadvertently provided a respectable tool for the moral policing gangs. In the end, when Jessy is convinced by an educated girl to not go in for legal options, it becomes a cautionary tale for women deciding their life on their own, rather than resign t...(more)
Source: S.R. Praveen, The Hindu
Anna Ben Delivers A Fine Performance Again, But The Film Doesn't Try Enough
Sometimes, films as this, which start off by showing great promise and end up on a conforming note, are more awful than a badly-made potboiler. Clearly, Mustafa has a great understanding of how to stage a scene, handle the actors and use images to tell the story. But his technical grasp is overshado...(more)
Source: Ashwathy, Silverscreen.in