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Review : "Nidra".

Bharathan directed "Nidra" was a classy one, Now its new version has its own unique charm with the new generation, as we say wine taste better as it gets old. Sidharth Bharathan on his own adaptation with altogether a exotic experience, visualize the better expression from his point of view. You have to feel what impact it would make and what malayalam movie "Nidra" has for you, cheers, so book your tickets............


                              Emotions captivate the story, as Raju performed by Sidharth, a moody person, lives his way, although doesn't care about his wealthy business world. Raju's elder brother is Vishwam enacted by Jishnu, handles all the wealthier activity involved in their business. Raju ties the knot with his childhood love
Ashwathy essayed by Reema Kallingal, hails from the family of former driver who works for Sidharth's family.


                                           Their marriage begans the journey of two love buds, Ashwathy helps Raju to get out of emotianal attacks, that he facing after the death of his mother. Both of them tries to find sensual, compasionate feelings between each other and their surroundings in this freaking world. Its great to see some nice narration patterns are coming up in malayalam movie's, especially with the "Nidra" concerned acting is another aspect which made it this remake a brilliant one. Watch out for Sidharth Bharathan and Reema Kallingal's performances at the best level. Jishnu, Sarayu, KPAC Lalitha, Thalaivasal Vijay and others are at the good composition.


                                               Now came to the technical aspect, which brilliantly made what "Nidra" is. Sameer Thahir's Direction of Photography, which give scenes a different kind of emotions. BG Score from the hands of Prashanth Pillai definetely needs a mention. Music is altogether a passion sense for this malayalam movie "Nidra", Jassie Gift return with the great compositions. Editing done by Bavan Sreekumar, lyrics are written by Rafeeque Ahamed. For the banner of Lucsam Creations, Sadanandan and Debo Brado Mandal produced this malayalam movie "Nidra" has been the worth craft from the Director Sidharth Bharathan.


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