K13-Review



Produced by –SP Cinemas

Scripted & Directed by-Barath Neelakandan

Cast-Arulnidhi, Shraddha Srinath, Yogi Babu, Gayatrie, Ramesh Tilak  Madhumitha & Adhik Ravichandran

Censor Rating- U/A

Running Time-103 minutes

Rating-***

Penned & helmed by debutante, Barath Neelakandan, this psychological action thriller set around a mysterious happening that throws the life of a filmmaker into jeopardy!
Arulnidhi scores brilliantly as Mathiazhagan an aspiring yet frustrated filmmaker who walks right into troubled waters, in a drunken stupor, after he gets acquainted with a self-obsessed writer, Malavizhi (Shraddha Srinath, a near portrayal!)). All hell breaks loose when he accompanies her to her dwelling place only to find himself tied up to a chair the next morning while Malar is found dead with her veins cut!

However hard he tries to recollect the happenings soon after getting acquainted with the girl, he is able to recapitulate nothing! He desperately tries to know more about her while realising the risk of letting the evidences of his presence lie as it is!
Accidently, he happens to hear the conversation of the neighbouring roommates & starts wiping the evidences!

Who murdered Malar & why is the crux of the rest!

The screenplay is good enough but could certainly have been better!



Sam C.S.’s music is noteworthy while G.K.Vishnu’s lens work is commendable.
Yogi Babu’s  appearance is effective though for a brief while.   

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