Nayattu Movie Review: The issue spins out of control however, when the three CPOs are caught in an accident

In a diffuse case, three civilian police officers were on the run. Will they be able to delete their names?

Good drama and police investigations are always gripping; Nayattu added the layer with this by making three civil police officers the culprit in a case and also revealed their personal stories, and the victims took their lives.

Just like Praveen Michael (Kunchacko Boban) joined the new police as CPO, local political support, related to other CPOs, Sunitha, played by Nimisha just, called to the station. Goon is a problem maker, as a Dalit Party worker, especially when elections. Michael and Temperamental Maniyan’s senior police went into a fight with bad people. They threw it into the cell when a station annoyed by CI, who threatened to keep a surprise in locking for six months, received a call from the SP asking him out.

After Midhun Manuel Thomas, Nayattu found another filmmaker who moved away from a soft comfort for something more grounded, cynical, and brutal.

After Charlie was pleasant, Martin Prakkat had cooperated with Shahi Kabir:

A scenic writer whose first attempt Joseph was a hit. Shahi has juggled something more haunting this time. Nayattu is a stirring mental film that makes you shaken when the final calculation is rolling.

Martin and Shahi won’t take it long to get rolling balls, and when they do it, they do a fantastic job. Central conflict does involve the death of a young Dalit man.

Three police officers – Maniyan Senior (Joju George), Juni Praveen Michael (Kunchacko Boban), and Sunitha (Nimisha Justisyan). They are were trapped in a situation that forced them to run. Hunters become hunted.

Nayattu is about the effect of butterflies created by the abuse of power in rank.

Every character in the film is the pressure stove running. Pressure applied from the top echelon of power, dripping slowly to each layer and causes chaos. When they finally vent, the wrong person bears the burden. It is also quite brave when presenting several statements. Such as how troublesome minority groups can qualify in certain situations because of their caste. Some will find these parts troubled, but someone cannot ignore the argument with absolute certainty.

And having Maniyan and Sunitha comes from the same community add more weight to the narration. In the midst of all this is Praveen, who enters a job with many idealism but must accept the painful facts that idealism does not have a place in a system looking for more people to be corrupt. If you can’t do that, it just chews and spits themes, leaving them with psychological trauma for the rest of their lives.

And as a character with much emotional luggage, Kunchacko, Joju, and Nimisha Ace their part with much confidence. Even though men immobilized the events at Nayattu. She was a woman who left the impressions that were most irretive. At some point, we are shown by the character of women. Who experience various levels of pressure.

Arundathi (Yama Gilgamesh was impressive), a woman senior woman:

It took a wise smoke break before giving instructions to his team. Sunitha suffered nervous disorders while watching two men fighting. On the other hand, Sunitha’s mother had to work with the police, who were in the trial of all three, and the daughter of the male school police must undergo the rest of her life with a devastating story. But the picture that most tells the film.

We don’t know who he wants to choose, and we don’t know whether his son put his thumb on the right button too. This is a scene that is positioned at the right time and speaks volumes. Nayattu extreme cynicism reminded the Italian filmmaker Francesco Rosi’s films, who made an alarming political thriller during him.

Nayattu reached the same effect at his last moments. Who expressed the futility of the struggle of injustice and darkness in the world. A picture of a helpless character is not fun, but it makes a vital cinema.