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Times of India
: A lawyer is entrusted with the task of convincing a girl for an out-of-court settlement after she had tried to commit suicide unable to bear the rejection by her lover.
: The sole factor that decides whether to like or dislike this film depends on an inclination to listen to conversations. Two characters, who think they are extraordinarily smart, intersect for a cause and unwittingly they indulge in a pretty lengthy verbal intercourse meant to outsmart each other.
Kunchako Boban plays a lawyer named Satya who claims that he could even rescue Satan from the clutches of law. A condescending smirk constantly plays on his face and he attaches nil value to scruples. At a point he deals with a client who wants to go for an out-of-court settlement with a girl who tried to commit suicide and then threatens to file a complaint against his son.
Satya has to coerce the girl into signing the settlement in return for a hefty compensation. The girl named Maya is a minor with sharp instinctive skills which would force the lawyer to wonder if she learns psychology. For a film that promises to be a thriller,
has a heavy spread of incessant chatter between Maya and Satya.
A drive along the winding roads coursing towards a hill point and an introduction of another set of rural folk complete with an elaborate livestock and some 'life is beautiful' recollections from the elderly woman act as digressions to the narrative.
If at all a mind game is what is expected of the leads, they rather confine themselves to recounting tales of their own. Lijin Jose does not rush the proceedings, allocating time and space for each of his characters to their liking. While doing this he might have taken a risk reserving or even delaying the vital end to the string of conversation forcing viewers to wish it happened a bit earlier.
The writing shows traces of lustre at certain moments, especially in evoking uncomplicated humour or conceiving sharp rebukes the characters fling at each other. Law Point diverts the attention quite a long way with the talk between the leads failing to ignite the much-required spark. Namitha ensures a graceful presence and declares with a smile that she can handle more profound tasks in future. Kunchako Boban pulls off a decent act wrapping the guile of a lawyer with a benign smile.