Set in a village near the Tamil Nadu-Kerala border, Bellary Raja is a successful cattle dealer. Bellary Raja or Rajamanikyam who is blind in one eye after an unfortunate incident has a ... See full summary »
The movie revolves around four friends Pappu (Jayram), Rex(Kunchako Boban), Idikkula(Biju Menon) and Munna(Manoj K Jayan) who decides to get back to their studies, after a gap of 12 years. The four had to discontinue their college life following a murder that happened amidst a college festival and Pappu was then sentenced to jail for a term of twelve years.Now back from Jail, Pappu wants to start everything from where they have missed it and the other three supports him by giving a break to their jobs and joining in the same college for M A philosophy.There starts the celebrations and they were enjoying and tasting everything they left behind years ago.But, little did they know that it was also the unraveling of something that laid mysteriously beneath, for long...
Director Vysakh has done a neat job wearing the captain's hat in presenting the comedy thriller in an interesting and convincing manner. His control over the script in narrating the scenes with simple dialogues starting from comedy to the suspenseful thriller in the end is flawless. Screenplay by Sachi-Sethu maintains the momentum of the movie engrossing the audience glued to their seats. Cinematography by Shaji and editing by Mahesh Narayanan proves quality work contributing to the feel and flow of the movie throughout. Jassie Gift and Alphonse have scored some melodious numbers and Gopi Sundar with his background score is impressive on comedy oriented scenes and thrilling scenes maintaining the chill. On the whole, 'Seniors' is sure to score big for its skillful performances by all the characters with a superb execution. This is an entertainer that has something for everyone, a complete entertainer.
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