Kaadu Pookkunna Neram Movie Review
Rating :- 3.5/5 Reviewed by: Asha Prakash Site:TimeofIndia
Kaadu Pookkunna Neram probably has the most engaging of plots among Dr Biju’s films. The film starts off with a group of policeman reaching a remote tribal settlement in search of the Maoist presence there, evacuating a local school in the process. TThere is not a dull moment in the entire film, and the catchy background music complements the pace of events. Indrans has a small but prominent role, as a teacher at the tribal school while Prakash Bare plays one of the police officers at the camp. Kaadu Pookkunna Neram is essentially a celebration of the forests, of how inconsequential a policeman with a pistol is inside one, and how the real inhabitants of the forests, the tribals, should be left alone.
Rating :- 3/5 Reviewed by: Site:lensmenreviews
The movie deserves to be watched in the present day scenario and to be honest I was a bit surprised with the selection of Kaadu Pookkunna Neram in the Indian Panorama category of the IFFI and competition category of IFFK. Not because it was undeserving or something, but the political stand of the movie had that element to create discomfort to the authorities.
Rating :- 3/5 Reviewed by: G Ragesh Site:manoramaonline
Kaadu Pookkunna Neram, undoubtedly, is a technically sound film. M.J. Radhakrishnan’s decades-long experience comes at play in the beautiful picturization of the deep woods both during day and night.
The neat mix of sounds by Jayadevan Chakkadath, who handled location sync sound and sound design, adds to the technical perfection of the film. Kaadu Pookkunna Neram marks the gradual growth of Biju as a filmmaker and screen writer after each film.
Kaadu Pookkunna Neram Official Trailer | Indrajith Sukumaran | Rima Kallingal | Dr Biju