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Jayasurya (Shivan) Jaffer Idukki (Ramachandran Pillai) Namitha Pramod (Adv. Aswathi) Suresh Krishna (Xavier) Manikandan R. Achari (Ambi Sura) Akshara Kishor (Shivani) Priyanka Sreelakshmi (Annie - Shivan's Wife) Johny Antony (Adv. Sebastian Aduppukkunnel) Mohan Jose (Jamal - Pillai's Colleague) Yadu Krishnan (Viswambaran - School Teacher) Rajith Kumar (Raveendran - School Peon) Arun Narayan (Sethu) Kottayam Nazeer (Salim) Srikant Murali (Joseph) Indrans (Verghese - Annie's Relative) Rajini Chandy (Indira Janardhan) Vineeth Thattil David (Hitman) Eloor George (Alex's Relative)
While working the night at an ATM, a security guard, who is the prime witness in the case against a powerful industrialist, happens to come across a mysterious man named Eesho. They engage in a conversation and the guard pours his heart out to the stranger before realising that Eesho may not be a friend. Who is Eesho and what does he want?
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Eesho: Release Date, Trailer, Songs, Cast
- Release Date 5 October 2022
- Language Malayalam
- Genre Thriller
- Cast Jayasurya, Jaffar Idukki, Namitha Pramod, Suresh Krishna, Johny Antony, Kottayam Nazeer, Rajith Kumar, Indrans, Akshara Kishor, Eloor George
- Director Nadirshah
- Writer Suneesh Varanad
- Cinematography Roby Varghese Raj
- Music Rahul Raj, Nadirshah
- Producer Arun Narayan
- Production SonyLIV
- Certificate 16+
About Eesho Movie (2022)
An ATM guard encounters a mystery man called Easo during an enforced duty night. Rest of the action thriller tries to figure out his identity and motive.
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Eesho Malayalam Movie
Eesho begins with a cringeworthy scene that sets the tone for the rest of the film. A grown-up man treats a girl in a way that is suggestive of a forthcoming rape. In the next scene, the movie shows the girl crying as she walks out of the room, and the camera zooms in on the back of the girl to suggest how young she is.
Then, you will have to wait for a long time to know what the movie is all about. There is Jaffar Idukki as an ATM security guard who is about to testify in court. It takes a while to know who he will testify against and why. A mysterious man named Eesho (Jayasurya) comes to see the security guard. The rest of the movie shows who Eesho is and what he has to do with the security person.
Eesho is a pretty straightforward movie with predictable elements that we usually see in rape-revenge thrillers. Director Nadirshah uses the resources available to him well enough to set up an intriguing premise, but the element of predictability in the script deprives us of any shock value. It is not always possible to thrill the audience just by delaying a piece of information or two.
There is a problematic and regressive idea in rape-revenge thrillers, and Eesho will only serve to propagate it. These movies suggest that women are raped so that men can save them and that violence is the only way to deal with rape. Nevertheless, Eesho does not have more problematic elements related to its theme, such as victim shaming.
Even as a piece of entertainment, Eesho hardly rises above the quality of being watchable, but that is OK. You may like this film if you can overlook the element of predictability in it.
The scenes shot at night bring a sense of authenticity to the proceedings. The background music does a good job of holding our attention, and the performances of Jayasurya and Jaffar Idukki are quite good.
His character may be predictable, but Jayasurya does a good job of playing a mysterious man who holds his cards close to his chest. Jayasurya is not afraid of being a bit unlikable on screen, which is a good quality to have for a movie star. On the other hand, Jaffar Idukki is terrific as a helpless security guard with morbid fears. Jaffar Idukki is one of those underrated actors who can effortlessly play the Chief Minister of Kerala and the security guard of an ATM counter. Even in a role that he has done many times before, Jaffar Idukki in Eesho reminds us of how good he is as an actor.
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Eesho Movie Review: A Routine Thriller With Decent Performances
Eesho Movie Review: Malayalam Film industry is known for some great thrillers, Drishyam series is the best example of that, another thriller film titled ‘Esho’ was released as the direct OTT release on Sonyliv today, here is the detailed review of the film.
The film stars Jayasurya, Namitha Pramod, Jaffer Idukki, and Suresh Krishna in the main lead roles, The film is Directed by Nadirsha, The film is around 1 Hour and 30 Minutes long and you can watch the film with family and Kids, the film is available in Hindi, Malayalam and few more dubbed versions along with subtitles.
The story of the film revolves around Esho Played by Jayasurya, who is a Serial Killer, Esho was assigned to kill, Pillai (Who is Atm Guard) who is a crucial witness in a big case against a powerful personality. When reaches the ATM for Killing something happened that no one had expected, will Eesho be able to Kill Pillai? or something has changed his Plan, to know this you have to watch the full movie on SonyLiv.
The sad thing about the film is, The film doesn’t have any thrilling moments, the story is almost predictable and the film is more about Moral teaching then an entertainer, I was expecting more thrill and suspense in the film but on the whole, everything was missing.
Jayasurya was brilliant in his role and that’s the biggest Plus of the film, he looks so good in the film and his transformations and the acting throughout the film were amazing, at few places he looks so good and then the way he changes his expressions during the frames was simply brilliant. Jaffer Idukki as Pillai is another Plus for the film, he looks innocent and his performance in the film is so Pure, he is living in the character and you are going to feel his role.
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Rest other actors have nothing much to do in the film, Namitha Pramod as an advocate was decent and Suresh Krishna was also good in his role.
The weak story and the screenplay spoil the whole film, the film starts slow, tries to get the momentum but then falls flat and from there it goes the same, as I said earlier, the film lacks that thrill itself. The Music is decent, the locations were amazing and they look super real. The editing is little Poor and the dialogues were decent too.
I am going with 2 Out of 5 stars for the Film, the lacks the main element that is thrill and suspense, the film is more of an Ethics and Moral film then a thriller, I will suggest you skip the film.
This was our Eesho Movie Review which was released today on Sony Liv, are you going to watch it?, Please let us know in the comments.
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- The visualization is okay
- The performances are neat
What’s Not There?
- The characterization could have been better
Verdict Though the film starts slow, for the performances of the stars, it is watchable once. If you are Jayasurya or Nadirshah’s fan, you might surely like the film!
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Eesho Review: A Predictable Thriller With Some Great Performances
Oct 5, 2022
Eesho is a Malayalam thriller headlined by Jayasurya and Jaffar Idukki, directed by Nadirshah with a screenplay by Suneesh Varanad. This SONY LIV movie deals with the themes of sexual assault against children and POCSO cases. The trailer of the movie portrayed it as a fantastic edge-of-the-seat thriller. But, does it actually live up to it? Read this review of Eesho to find out.
As predictable as it can get
Eesho is as predictable as it can get for a thriller. As the movie begins, you expect something to happen, but what actually happens is something else altogether. And that’s not necessarily a good thing. Even before Jayasurya’s character is introduced, we know very well where the movie is going with him.
Eesho begins with a young girl who is being sexually assaulted by her teacher. The authorities, however, take no action against the teacher. Instead, they turn it all around on the girl and her mother, questioning their characters. Unable to deal with the public humiliation, the mother-daughter duo kill themselves. Cut to some time later, an old ATM security guard Ramachandran Pillai agrees to be a witness to a POCSO case. As he is testifying against a rich and powerful industrialist, the film shows a conspiracy to kill him.
Every moment in this movie is easily predictable. At the very first mention of events, you can guess how it is all going to play out. This makes the movie not just predictable, but also boring. The director undermines the intelligence of the audience. So, when the big reveal happens, you were already expecting it.
Performances worth the watch
The movie is all about Jayasurya and Jaffar Idukki and they get the maximum screen time. The rest of the cast, like Namitha Pramod, Suresh Krishna, Johny Antony, Kottayam Nazeer, Rajith Kumar, and Indrans, barely have any role to play. Eesho is a dialogue-centric movie, so even if you don’t have your eyes trained on the screen, you are not missing anything.
Jayasurya’s Eesho is a little unpredictable, but that is largely due to the actor’s prowess rather than the strength of the writing. You are never really sure if Eesho is a villain or a hero even if you have clear suspicions. Jaffar Idukki is a pleasure to watch. He gets the nuances right and you feel everything he is feeling. From the resolve to do the right thing to the fear of being in the crosshairs of a powerful man, the character of Ramachandran Pillai is the star of the show. Namitha Pramod’s Advocate Aswathy is a strong woman with no real importance in driving the story.
Despite the fact that the movie deals with themes of sexual assault, the women don’t have a say on the topic. In fact, Eesho is a highly male-centric film and deals with how the men who are witnesses to a tragedy deal with the aftermath. There is no talk about how the actual survivors of such tragedies deal with the fallout.
Though predictable, Eesho is worth a watch for the strong performances of Jayasurya and Jaffar Idukki. And even if you miss it, well, you won’t be missing much.
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