'Uyare' Movie Review: A Movie With Its Own Beauty.
Last Modified On: 26 April 2019 | Reviewed By: Gokul Jayan
"Uyare is fierce and moving...and quintessential too.
Did you watch this movie? How much do you feel it was worth?
Uyare is a romance drama film that focuses on gender-based violence. Bobby-Sanjay has written the script and dialogues for the movie, which has been bankrolled by producer PV Gangadharan's daughter Shenuga, Shegna and Sherga under the banner S-Cube Films Production. The film has received a U certificate and its runtime is 2.05 hours.
The movie is all about the life of an ambitious girl named Pallavi Raveendran (Parvathy), who wants to become a pilot, but she is beset by a series of personal crises. How she gets back on her feet through sheer resilience forms the crux of the film.
The movie begins in present and progresses with the past and interval comes with a confused state making us look forward to the next.
Asif Ali and Siddhique too deliver good performances while Tovino just comes in and leaves. The second half is expected to shed light on how Pallavi survives her crisis. Parvathy Thiruvothu has delivered a brilliant performance, which is the highlight of Uyare. Throughout the movie, the idea of romance is portrayed in a very minimal manner which helps to creates a genuine effect.
Uyare has good production values and Gopi Sundar's music, Mukesh Muraleedharan's camera work, and dialogues are the attractions on the technical front, add the viewers.
The rest is up to the viewers to sit back and rejoice the entire reel.