Sathya Movie Review

Sathya Movie Review, Sibiraj, Remya Nambeesan
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Sathya Movie Review

Making his directorial debut with the film ‘Saithan’, Pradeep Krishnamoorthy has directed ‘Sathya’, a remake of super hit Telugu movie ‘Kshanam’. The film features Sibiraj, Remya Nambeesan and Varalaxmi Sarathkumar in lead roles. Anand Raj, Yogi Babu and Satish are others in the cast. Simon K King has composed music for this film. 

When his ex-girlfriend Swetha (Remya Nambeesan) calls desperately to find his missing daughter Riya, Sathya (Sibiraj) flies back from Australia to India. But he is shocked to see everyone claiming that Swetha and her husband Gautham never had a baby. Will Sathya be able to find out what’s the mystery hiding beneath? 

Sibiraj has been carefully picking up

A abrupt factor that strikes our attention about Sathya is its screenwriting and running length that keeps audiences intact. Characterizations are so neat and substantial and every actor fits into them perfectly. Sibiraj has been carefully picking up the scripts that will escalate his career graph. Following Naaigal Jaakirathai and Jackson Durai, this one will definitely nurture his elevation as an actor. Varalaxmi Sarathkumar does her role with what is required. Satish and Yogi Babu have minimal prominence and are okay. Anand Raj adds up the best humour at places. But the absolute showstopper is Remya Nambeesan. We cannot imagine any other actor than her fitting this role. She has given the exact life that her role demands.

Any thriller movie would definitely bank major hopes on music and cinematography. Sathya gets the best on both these aspects. The song ‘Yavanna’ remains so much close to our hearts, especially the reprised version that comes by climax. Simon K King has done a remarkable work with background score.

There aren’t any major backdrops in this film and it offers what an actual thriller movie should offer its fans. Pradeep Krishnamoorthy has done proper justice to the script and doesn’t let the screenplay scatter anywhere from its premise.

  • Our Rating


Verdict: Raciness and Thrill moments guaranteed.