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Wednesday, January 6

Ain (2015) - Review Roundup

Sidhartha Siva keenly dissects Maanu under his microscopic narrative. The character is well written and executed. Maanu is unaware of the meaning for many things happen in the outside world that related to religion, society, and humanity. He is largely confused about the things and their meaning. The both sides of frequent political assassinations in Kerala are put forward for a discussion. (Read more)
Rating: 4 out of 5

Musthafa shines in the main role as Maanu. The body language, expressions and dilemma of an unfocused, unquestioning and naïve mind was there in his performance. Rachana Narayanankutty becomes slightly theatrical at some places. (Read more)
Rating: 3 out of 5

The highlight of ‘Ain’ no doubt is the sensitivity with which the subject is discussed. Sidhartha Siva puts and individual against society and discusses how an individual is committed to the society of which he is a part. The film ends in a very striking manner. Musthafa has put in a wonderfully brilliant performance. Rachana Narayanankutty and others in the cast have done justice to their respective roles. (Read more)

The protagonist played by Mustafa is a fresh face and is every bit the gullible, vulnerable, naïve guy that his character is supposed to be. Rachana Narayanankutty gives him stiff competition on the acting front and continually reiterates through her commendable acting that she is an actress whose talent needs to be made use of more often. (Read more)


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