7 Movie Review

7 Movie Review


Nandita Swetha  , Rahman , Regina Cassandra  ,Havish ,Aditi Arya , Anisha Ambrose  ,Pujita Ponnada ,Tridha Choudhury etc.


Directer -Nizar Shafi,Producer –  Ramesh Varma ,Music –  Chaitan Bharadwaj,PRO  –  Nikkil etc.


A distinctive second half narration, made to hold the attention – Seven women’s aggressive behaviors envision ed. The opening contains a Tamil cinema’s flour hit by each frame. Most probably in the second half the flick hol ds on Regina eccentric, which the 20 minutes the film moves 1980‘s period, which the actress Regina exert a fo rced by the characterization. Unexpectedly, an older lady performance at the climax, which was heaps her acting like a young lady, undoubtedly, who made a sudden unexpected twist on the dull screenplay.Initially, Ramya (Nan dita Swetha), who was stepping into the police station that she has complained about her missing husband even explicit her love travel was exposed towards the cop once she almost explains her love story, the cop gives the re maining touch, Ramya was getting a surprise and the cop takes Ramya to hospital, Jenny (Anisha Ambrose),

had come to the police station reports the same story about her missing husband. Even a deaf and dumb girl file the same complaint.Now, the cop recognized by their statements, that the trio girl’s husband was the same, who is an IT guy Karthik (Havish). At a point, an Assistant Commissioner of Police Rehman, who investigates on the missing case with more efforts. Once the media exposes about missing guy, the cop getting frustration.All over, the cops portrayed the guy Karthik as a womanizer. On the whole, Karthik was prisoned and in that scenario Kar thik was unfamiliar towards the trio girls and getting fuzzy with their behaviors. In this parallel, Priya (Trida Cho wdary), gives a complaint about her missing husband. By this, Karthik who thinks of Priya’s relationship this ma de the cops to investigate in the case. At a stage, Karthik escapes from the police custody and reaches to find out the masks of three girls.

The film made interesting after the entry of Regina (Saraswathy), who keeps unconditional love on Krishnamo orthy with one side affair. The aggregate lady who goes to the extreme level to get Krishnamoorthy’s affection. Watch out the film, why the old lady involving in the script and did Saraswathy’s wish was getting successful.On the whole, the drowsiness first half compromised by the entry of Regina eccentric. Need to earmark about the ol d woman Sunkara Lakshmi, in the Karthik role Havish’ performance, which was secured by the seven ladies, Reh man was coming in high tech cop’s get up, the director Nizar Shafi’s unwieldy script compromised by Regina’s ecc entric. The songs of Chaitan speak less on the frame.  strengthened by the 2 ladies, Regina and Sunkara Lakshmi.

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One woman after other comes to a police station and registers a complaint regarding missing husband. It turns out the man in question is same guy Karthik (Havish) across all cases. The police do their investigation and try to find out the truth about the whole happenings. What did they find? Who is Karthik (Havish) really, and what is hi s relationship with the various women? Performances Havish’s central character performance is the movies’ the biggest weak link. Giving expression is not as easy as growing hair, which is the only thing the actor has in abund ance. It is a chore to sit through the proceedings whenever Havish is onscreen. Unfortunately, he is present for m ost of the runtime of the movie.The dubbing of the actor is very off along with the non-existent acting. The lack o f confidence can be felt in the body language in many scenes where Havish isn’t even looking at the camera.

When he does it looks like Mass Maharaja’s blind act from Raja The Great. Analysis Nizar Shafi, a famous cinem atographer, makes his directorial debut with Seven. It is a different attempt in that the routine-story is present ed in a thriller format with multiple twists in the narrative. Most of the films in the thriller category leave logic to the air and go ahead with illogical twists. The only purpose here seems to be to thrill the audience no matter wh at. With that in mind, some movies, despite all the apparent flaws and lack of logic, manage to hold attention.Th ey are either good or so bad that the fun makes it worth a watch. The common aspect in both the cases is the she er force and conviction with which the whole thing is played out. We get that in Seven. The movie opens interesti ngly at the police station, but as soon as the flashback begins, the same is lost.

Once again, the engagement comes when we are back to the present. The same continues until the pre-climax where Rahman takes charge of the proceedings briefly and comes across as the lead. The second half again follo ws the same pattern, but it gets boring due to the repetitiveness. However, very soon we get into the crux of the matter after all the build-up. It throws an unexpected curveball with the character of Saraswati. If one doesn’t mi nd the direction in which the narrative takes a turn here, Seven is essentially over at this point. On the other ha nd, if you don’t mind it and go with the flow, there is enough high pitch drama that will hook. What happens im mediately after the flashback is next level “dramatic” extravaganza that has to be seen to be believed. The ext remity on display, done with a high level of conviction, and sheer force, is sure to evoke a reaction. Again, it will split the crowd.

In short, the second half starting from the flashback and introduction of the character of Saraswati has enough meat to engage. The major issue is those who go to the movie watching the trailer will feel entirely misguided. They have been set different expectations, and what they get is another thing. Also, it is not for everyone. The extreme craziness, mixed with illogicalness, shown will resonate with only a few. In the end, if you want to go th rough a crazy but illogical ride, Seven is a decent outing for you. It has the necessary blocks in place. Regina Cass andra and Others? There are not one or two, but six heroines in the movie. Among them, Nanditha Swetha, Anis ha Ambrose and Regina Cassandra get the bests parts. Again between them, Regina is on a different level. It is the role of a lifetime for her concerning the acting chops. She acts, then overacts and finally goes beyond.

The older version of the same part played by an old artist is the surprise factor in the movie. Now, whether the surprise was a positive one or negative will be left to the individual.We did not mind as it goes well with the ov erall tone established by the director. In fact, the act takes it to a peak. Rahman is the hero of the film when the actual one is missing on screen. Watching him do his part makes one feel if he was the main lead somehow. Sat hya is decent, playing a journalist role that is used for fun. The rest is a mixed bag with some being stiff and bad, and others overacting. Music and Other Departments? Chaitan Bharadwaj of RX100 fame provides the music. It is nowhere near that album musically. The background score too is loud and nothing special. The cinemato grap hy, which is also handled by the director is neat. The movie looks properly lit up like a biggie in many sequences. The editing is alright; there is no lag as the film races ahead. The writing should have been better.

This IS MY Personal Review So Please Go And Watch The Movie In Theaters Only

Written By- T.H.PRASAD -B4U-Ratting-4 /5