Original title: Subharathri
- 2h 10m
Molecule Review: Subharathri (6 Stars)
Siddique shines in this emotionally captivating film that celebrates altruism, where he plays a man retired from all responsibilities and who is now getting ready to take the Haj pilgrimage alone. The intensity of the writing, especially in the first half, where we, the viewers, are given a bird's eye view of how and what this central character thinks is what makes Subharathri (Good Night) a pleasant and soothing art to consume. I can't contain the merriment I felt when I was watching it with my family. It's a startling film, one that sneaks up on you and refuses to budge. Writer-director Vyasan KP is surely a guy we should watch out for for this drama couldn't have been better. But if I could mention why I zapped four stars, it has to be due to the poor marriage between the halves, one where Dileep's character enters like a sore thumb. TN.
- Jan 15, 2020
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