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A closer look at TRP chasing newsrooms

The script also touches on how right-wing ideas have influenced many contemporary channels. The movie would be a treat to those who believe in the power and requirement of ethical journalism and love brilliant court-room exchanges.(more)

Source: Deepa soman, Times Of India


An Odd, Confused Drama That Abandons The Newsroom For The Courtroom

Naradan is a bit all over the place even though one agrees and values everything it wants to say. Like a badly hosted news hour with too many ad breaks and a lot of posturing, Naradan lacks the subtlety to work either as a complex drama about a man�s descent into darkness specifically or to be an ex...(more)

Source: Vishal Menon, Filmcompanion.in


Tovino Thomas, Anna Ben land a slap on the face of India's fake-news-peddling media

Naradan lands a slap on the face of India�s sensationalist contemporary news anchors. It is an enormously significant, thought-provoking film. (more)

Source: Anna MM, Firstpost.com


Naaradan keeps you hooked with a tight screenplay on modern-day journalism.

Naaradan is a Tovino show, with a razor-sharp focus on his character's development and barely any focus on side characters. With a more comprehensive character development, the film could have been better. Nevertheless, it's a gripping entertainer for the weekend.(more)

Source: Behindwoods Review Board, Behindwoods.com


A middling commentary on sensationalism

There are a lot of such flaws, but the intent of Naradan is almost flawless. However, as the credits roll, there is a sense of gratification as it instills a huge 'what if'' about the future of Indian journalism.(more)

Source: Vignesh Madhu, CinemaExpress.com

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1 “Neeyetha” Mc Couper, Marthyan MC Couper, Marthyan
2 “Thannatthan” Fejo, Manchild Fejo