• Ajai Vasudev,  Kalabhavan Shajon,  Mammootty,  Raj Kiran


    Recycling of goods helps environment, not sure if that is applicable to movies. This is what Mammootty should have told Ajai Vasudev. The movie is just for fans; those who like Mammootty the actor, can wait.

  • Joju George,  Padmakumar


    A disturbing story told in an innovative way. Unorthodox casting and direction make this brooding movie a must-watch. Kudos to M Padmakumar, Shahi Kabir and Joju George

  • Aju Varghese,  Malayalam,  Ranjit Sankar


    Aju Varghese tried his best, but a weak script and slow narration pulled him back. Attempts at creating a thriller ends up as forced or cliched. This ‘Safar’ was insufferable.

  • Hindi,  Netflix,  Netflix Series


    Interesting premise. Ensemble cast with compelling performance. Rushed at the end with a promise for more while leaving you unsatisfied. (PC: New Indian Express)

  • Malayalam,  Mohanlal,  Siddique

    Big Brother

    Siddique is becoming a director who is working hard to make himself irrelevant. The producer’s money and the viewer’s brain cells are wasted. The planet would have benefitted if the money was used to plant trees.

  • Asif Ali,  Malayalam

    Kettiyollaanu Ente Maalakha

    Brilliant movie. The casting in this movie was so brilliant, led by Asif Ali. Brilliance lies in the courage of writer and director for tackling and presenting the topic of marital rape.