Watched this movie with brimming anticipation expecting to see the unexpected. Not surprisingly, it turned out to a damp squib.
The theme pushed forth throughout the movie is simple --
"Life is a puzzle. It's hard to unlock, even though the answers are around you.."
The viewers will surely find the movie puzzling for more reasons than one.
The fictional adaptation of a few UFO sightings and borderline paranormal activity, stitched together with no consistently blossomed ideas , the movie has reference to the Red Rain, that took place in Kerala in Sep 2001. Claims and counterclaims to that event had 2 camps - one from the more populist church doctrine of meteorite showers and the other of more juicier extra terrestrial origin. The movie purports the latter claim, obviously.
Inexplicably, the discussions turn to Cattle mutilation in Colorado and its parallels in Europe and other parts of the US. The director did watch this youtube video before expanding that part of the movie.
The latter half of the movie becomes an extension of Blair Witch Project, a 1999 horror movie that mostly gives you an indigestion as if sitting through a highly turbulent trans-atlantic flight.
Narain acts bewildered and gives a poor performance, probably miscast as the protagonist ex-professor, without purpose, just running into the forest in Silent Valley for reasons unbeknowst to him as well as a ragtag irrelevant crowd that parties with him.
Mohan Sharma's cameo is impressive mostly because of his personality and excellent dubbing. He probably wrote his own dialogs too. The rest of the cast is forgettable
An amateur effort altogether albeit commendable for the attempt itself. With all its flaws, it might have been worth watching if the movie had a dialog writer. Without scripted dialogs, most of the young "actors" are in no position to improvise. They claim "You don't have to go anywhere, just open your eyes and see the big picture.." - As mentioned earlier, this may not be applicable to the movie itself.