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Times of India
Story: The film deals how a once brilliant cop, who battles his inner demons, nails a serial killer.
As an actor, Prithviraj always knows what he has to do. He is fully aware of his faculties and he never stretches them beyond his limits and this is one of the reasons why he shines in his new film
. He plays a distraught cop, a constantly squishy and sleepy person who ambles around holding a bottle of alcohol.
, Jeethu Joseph dwells on a canvas ridden with a series of murders. His ploy works because there is conviction about the way he crafts the thriller that touches religion, psychology and basic human instincts. The police find themselves dealing with a mysterious serial killer who kidnaps his victims and murders them. The dead-bodies are left dangling from a tree, a bridge and a football-post at varying intervals.
Prithviraj plays Sam Alex, a cop who drowns his personal tragedies in alcohol. It's an engaging plot and Joseph slightly goes astray as he indulges a bit too much treading along the romantic, peaceful past of Sam. The diversion slackens an otherwise well-conceived narrative. Still he strays for a while simply because he owns a pretty decent narrative constructed with attention paid to certain technical details which raise the movie to the standard of a real thriller.
Prithviraj just walks away with the role, making it his own all-through the plot. He holds a good command, marking the transition from digression to commitment without making it too dramatic.
is an engaging watch, courtesy a decent plot and a cast that does justice to the plot.