A deft attempt at treating the complex topics of doppelganger and left temporoparietal impacts in the context of schizophrenia, this movie is a revelation. It does have its share of some directorial flaws due to the fact that the writer-director is quite new to the field of feature films.
A co-worker plants the idea of dual identity in the mind of a mercurial superstar at work who has been admittedly drifting for a while. This opens up the floodgates for him as he starts hallucinating that his roommate in his new town has indeed a doppelganger who follows him around.
While the audience possibly gets the plot early on, the success of the movie is its ability to sustain the creepiness almost towards the end.
Indrajith as the protagonist is solid as ever, but Nivin Pauly gives a controlled albeit marvelous performance as Icha, the mysterious. Ramya as the lady love of Indrajith carries her role well but at times it looks unpardonable for a young star like her to not pay any attention to the overall looks as an actor. Malayalam is of course notorious for that with such looks,so I guess it's just par for the course.
Prathap Pothen as always does a decent job in a pivotal role and so does Lena Abhilash. Dharmajan Bolgatty, Sunil Sukhada etc have their cameos, but the movie literally revolves around the 3 main characters.A commendable effort by Sunil Ebrahim after the movie Chapters last year. Looking forward to more innovative subjects and characters from Sunil down the road.