Kaanekkaane movie review: Suraj Venjaramoodu outshine everyone in this family thriller

Can you’re taking a simple method out and dwell with its penalties? Director Manu Ashokan’s newest movie Kaanekkaane, which is written by screenwriter duo Bobby and Sanjay, argues you may’t. You can not sleep peacefully at night time with out accepting the arduous reality and proudly owning as much as your actions. If you attempt to create an alternate actuality by taking a shortcut and refusing to pay your dues, life has a method of catching up. As the saying goes, you may run however you may’t cover.

Kaanekkaane revolves round a bereaved family. Paul Mathai (a beautiful Suraj Venjaramoodu) has lost his daughter Sherin (Shruti Ramachandran), who was married to Allen (Tovino Thomas). She died in a highway accident when the automobile driver who rammed into her bike refused to cease and assist her. Paul is unable to return to phrases along with her dying and desires justice. Deep down in his coronary heart, Paul firmly believes that his daughter would have been alive if the driving force had rushed her to the hospital. According to him, the accident is a misfortune, however refusing to assist the sufferer is nothing wanting homicide.

But, how would he take it if he finds out that another person had an opportunity to take Sherin to the hospital on the proper time? And what if that individual is a family member, who noticed Sherin mendacity injured on the highway and left her for useless?

Kaanekkaane explores how tough it’s to look somebody you like in the attention and inform them you’ve gotten wronged them. Every character in the movie is crumbling underneath the load of their very own guilt. They return and agonise over each choice they ever made in their lives, hoping they may have completed one thing otherwise. But, the braveness and coronary heart to dwell with the alternatives they’ve made doesn’t come straightforward.

The movie’s subtext is so thick you could virtually see it between each pause that characters take when their secrets and techniques start to tumble out. You can learn a lot into the movie, particularly how excruciatingly arduous it’s for youngsters to imagine their dad and mom are dangerous individuals.

All actors have delivered a powerful efficiency, and make an impression no matter screen-time. Aishwarya Lekshmi captures the vulnerability of her character Sneha, a closely pregnant girl. Tovino Thomas does his finest to channel the guilt of a person, who can’t dwell together with his selections. And then we have now Suraj Venjaramoodu, who outshines everyone. He wears his character’s outdated age and bodily weak spot in each body. A small risk by the opposite individual can go away him breathless however that doesn’t cease him from preventing for his useless daughter.

Kaanekkaane is streaming on SonyLiv.

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