Sakhavu movie review: Nivin Pauly film is about making of a true ‘comrade’

Nivin’s other role is called Sakhavu Krishnabhaskar, a veteran. In the meantime, Krishna begins to learn about the patient in the ICU, who enjoys unconditional love and respect from common people and people in power. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App now
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd The comedy is a part of the natural course of the story, where every character in the film manages to draw a few laughs. The life story and struggles of Krishnabhaskar make Krishna realise the meaning of a true comrade. But, it reminds us of the true meaning of leadership and celebrates the lost values of the bygone era of activism. In the process of helping the weak and poor, he also makes some powerful enemies. Music by Prashant Pillai is another plus. He promises his sidekick to get out of the hospital in 15 minutes but the procedures drag on. He has his life sorted out. Overall, Sakhavu is a very good attempt by Sidhartha to remind people of the real purpose of politics. Sakhavu movie cast: Nivin Pauly, Aparna Gopinath, Aishwarya Rajesh
Sakhavu movie director: Sidhartha Siva
Sakhavu movie rating: 3 stars
National Award winning director Sidhartha Siva’s latest movie Sakhavu (Comrade) is purely a political drama that does not dwell too much on the sorry state of the country’s political scenario. And he has already chalked out a detailed plan to climb his way up the food chain in the shortest time possible. The film’s main star cast, Aishwarya Rajesh, Aparna Gopinath among others have delivered a convincing performance. Nivin’s performances in three different avatars are the highlight of the Sakhavu. Sidhartha has written a strong screenplay, giving importance and purpose to all the characters in taking forward the story. His first response to a problem is dialogue. Krishna Kumar is a young, power-hungry general secretary of a communist student body in Kottayam. He is ruthless. His background score and songs add layers to the film’s narration and lift up a few scenes that get a little too serious at times. He is pragmatic. 2017-04-15T15:23:13+00:00″>
Published:April 15, 2017 3:23 pm

Sakhavu movie review: Nivin Pauly plays two characters in this film. He is self-obsessed. Krishna’s party office asks him to visit a hospital, where an important person, who shares his blood group, fighting for his life needs his blood. He is a true leader, who struggles for the rights and the welfare of the working class people and doesn’t aspire to put himself in a powerful position. Actor Nivin Pauly plays two different characters in three different avatars in this film. When the problem isn’t solved through talks, he has no qualms in responding to violence with violence. Krishnabhaskar is an activist, who spearheaded the communist ideology in parts of Kerala, where people were being deprived of their basic rights by their greedy bosses. Especially, Nivin tickles the funny bone of the audience, every time he gives lessons on being a successful politician to his sidekick.