Film Reviews: Nishabdham
Director: Hemant Madhukar
the creator: TG Vishwa Prasad, Kona Venkat
music: Girish, Gopi Sundar
Starring Anushka Shetty, Madhavan, Shalini Pandey, Anjali, Michael Madsen, Subbaraju
Release Date: 2 October 2020
Rating: 2.5/ 5
Nishabdam Movie Review: Anushka Shetty And the Madhavan starrer thriller drama Nishabdam, directed by Hemant Madhukar, is available on Amazon Prime Video. Let’s see the story of Nishabdham.
story: Sakshi (Anushka Shetty) is a deaf and silent artist and is very close to Sonali (Shalini Pandey). Sakshi visits her fiancé Anthony (Madhavan) in a haunted villa to celebrate their engagement, where Josephine’s wooden painting is present. Anthony is killed and Sakhi gets attacked. What happens when she finds herself embroiled in a police investigation? Who murdered Antony? How will the police solve the case? To get these answers, the film must see Nishabdham on screen.
- Anushka Shetty
- Production scale
- Predictable story
- Slow motion
- Second shift
- Lack of emotional connection
Display: Nishabdam is completely Anushka Shetty’s film and he is ideally suited for the role. Anushka Shetty is magnificent and breathtaking. His body language and facial expressions in the role of a silent artist are commendable. Anushka Shetty is at her best with a great performance. Madhavan is brilliant in his important role. Subba Raju’s role is quite effective. Anjali is fine in the role of US Cop. Richard Madsen is good. Shalini Pandey who is quite identified as a girl is fine. The rest of the caste performs according to Nishaddham.
technology: The storyline of the film Nishbadam is predictable. Girish ji, Gopi Sundar’s music is superb. Art direction is first rate. Editing is fine The production values of this film by Anushka Shetty and R Madhavan are worthless. Cinematography is notable and the cinematographer shows locations in the US well. Dubbing is the worst especially for Michelle Madsen’s character. Coming to the work of director Hemant Madhukar, he brings a twist factor to the story, which is a good way, but his narration is predictable.
Analysis: Nishabdham is a good film for Anushka Shetty’s fans and adventure lovers.