Tessa K Abraham (Rima Kallingal), is a young 22 year old woman from Kottayam, working as a nurse at Bangalore. She loves her profession very much, which most of her counterparts considers as a thankless job. Tessa's younger sister Tissa studies at Kochi. In Bangalore Tessa shares her room with two other girls. Among the 2 girls, one shares a relationship with a wealthy married man, DK (Sathar). Meantime, Tessa tries her luck in job abroad and gets in touch with Cyril (Fahad Fazil), who runs a recruiting agency. He promises her a job in Canada within a couple of months. Soon Tessa and Cyril become intimate. The film turns engaging when Cyril has a fight with a guy, who's apparently the son of a powerful politician, so he is forced to hide for a couple of days and an unexpected guest comes into Tessa's life. Written by
I saw 22 Female kottayam from cinemax bangalore. After watching Salt n pepper, i was eagerly waiting for another Ashiq Abu movie and luckily this one also lived up to the expectations. The highlight of the movie is definitely Rima Kallingal. She has single handedly carried the whole movie on her shoulders with ease. It was a refreshing experience to see a Female actor driving the movie and others supporting her. Fahad has a natural spoiled rich kid look and it has helped him in this movie. Prathap Pothan has made an impression as the villain and has carried out his role well
1. Very good screenplay, fantastic narration and apt acting 2. Rima Kallingal 3. Ashiq Abu has proved again that he has bright future
1. The life of nurses is exaggerated 2. Adaptation from other movies question the credibility of the story
The movie will be definitely a landmark in Ashiq Abu's career as he has proved that his initial success was not by fluke.
This is definitely a worth watch.
My rating is 8/10.
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