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Times of India
: Youngsters Arun and Teena are enjoying their time together on a shopping street and suddenly some unexpected events happen. The film revolves around a chain of events that occur on a night at a busy shopping-cum residential area.
: Director Sunil Ibrahim has succeeded in making his third film a convincing thriller with a line-up of mostly fresh faces. Engaging the audience to the plot through the characters of Arun (Dheeraj Denny) and Teena (Sruthi Susen Sam), he takes the spectators for a suspense-filled ride, backed by a strong script. The title 'Y' seems to be apt as the thread of curiousity is kept unbroken with each scene before completing the task with a fitting climax.
The film doesn't really have a hero and heroine, but the plot begins with the sweet pair of Arun and Teena, who become victims of stares on a street at night. Even as he acts macho to save his girl from lewd comments, Teena gets kidnapped in the blink of an eye. A series of twists and turns follows, and it becomes the scene of two parallel sequences, all happening through the night. The dark night becomes a metaphor for people who behave like saints during the day but show their true colour during the night. .
Alencier Ley Lopez comes with yet another realistic cop role. The film scores high for experimentation that too with just fresh faces including Abhiram Suresh and Reshma Shenoy. Even those new actors who play baddies have come up with convincing performances and 'Ayal Njanalla' actor Jins Baskar is worth a special mention. The second half is sure to keep the viewers glued to the edge of their seats.
The gang leader Benoy (Rahul R Nair) and his assistant Subair (Anand Manmadhan) bring some light moments for the audience. Mejo Joseph's background score also helps spice up the thriller.
The strength of the film is an engrossing climax with a surprise element. Those who love realistic films will not be disappointed with this offering from Sunil Ibrahim.