Author: Suneesh Varanad (script)
Forged: Jayasurya, Namitha Pramod, Jaffer Idukki
After two consecutive box-office debacles and several other assaults on viewers sensibilities, actor-director Nadirsha is again, with Eesho, a thriller headlined by Jayasurya and Jaffar Idukki. This time, he’s a cautious man. He sidesteps the tendency to pepper the narrative along with his type of humour﹣loud, obnoxious and outdated ﹣and dives straight into the principle story, concerning the grief and revenge of excellent males.
The movie revolves round Pillai (Jaffar Idukki), a lowly ATM safety guard and the daddy of two younger ladies who dangers his life to look because the prime witness in a rape and homicide case of an adolescent. Goons employed by the accused within the case, a strong businessman (Suresh Krishna), are lurking round Pillai to complete him off. On the earlier evening of his look within the courtroom, a stranger (Jayasurya) involves the ATM sales space. Right here, the narrative runs into an outdated riddle ﹣Is that this man a villain or a hero?
In all equity, Eesho is neatly shot and has an honest background observe that doesn’t overwhelm the narrative however evokes a way of foreboding. And though it’s not tough to guess the actual id of the stranger who chatters about the whole lot however the kitchen sink, the 2 actors, Jayasurya and Jaffar Idukki, flip the scenes pleasurable to a big extent. Nevertheless, Eesho is neither thoughtfully written nor intelligently structured to maintain the viewer on edge all through its working time or transfer them to mirror on sexual crimes and the way society treats the survivors.