Tedious Even for A Digital Watch
What Is the Film About?
Sakshi (Anushka) is a deaf and dumb artist who grows up in an orphanage. Sonali (Shalini Pandey) is her close friend who is very possessive of Sakshi. Sakshi gets hired by a Prestigious Art Gallery in Seattle. Antony (Madhavan), a celebrity musician enters her life. When they are about to get engaged, unexpected events occur and all of that forms the crux of the story.
How Is Anushka Shetty’s Performance?
Anushka is elegant in a role that suits her offscreen image. She emoted well in the role of a deaf and dumb artist and invoked the necessary sympathy required for the character. But then, we get a feeling that the director could not exploit enough of her abilities.
Direction by Hemant Madhukar?
Madhavan, Anjali, Shalini Pandey and Others?
Madhavan is one actor who chooses the characters with substance. One would wonder why he chose to do this extended cameo. He also looked botched in the film and so it is thumbs down in every aspect. Shalini Pandey struggled in a poorly written character. Anjali is decent in the role of a cop but the character will do no good to her career. Subbaraju is usual in a role that is familiar to us in many movies. Srinivas Avasarala is completed wasted. Hollywood Actor Michael Madsen is an eyesore.
Music and Other Departments?
A couple of songs composed by Gopi Sundar are good to ears but do not make much impact on the screen. Grissh G took care of the soundtrack which is like okay. The cinematography by Shaneil Deo suits the mood of a thriller. The production values are fine. Prawin Pudi’s editing work disappoints.
Good to See Anushka Onscreen After A Long Time
Stretched Second Half
Did I Enjoy It?
Will You Recommend It?
Nishabdham Review by Siddartha