Anand and team to unfold the Secrets: Anweshippin Kandethum with thrilling Experience in Each Sequence

“Anweshippin Kandethum,” a movie starring Tovino Thomas and directed by Darwin Kuriakose, achieved dominance in theatres within one week of its release. It is an investigative drama that thrills the audience in every sequence.

Despite the movie coming to theatres without any claims, certain aspects of the content attracted the audience to cinemas. The crew’s decision to eschew promotional campaigns might indicate their confidence in the content’s quality.

It can undoubtedly be said that the film’s extraordinary success is due to word-of-mouth publicity among the audience. The craftsmanship of the movie is one of the reasons for this word-of-mouth promotion. Despite being a period movie, the director skillfully depicts the thrilling story without any apprehension typically associated with a debutant.

Another important aspect of the movie is its thrilling script by Jinu V. Abraham. In a pre-release interview about the movie, the scriptwriter Jinu V. Abraham himself said it is an experimental script. The movie faithfully adheres to those words. The unpredictable storytelling makes this film a unique thriller experience in Malayalam cinema.

Two murders that occurred in the 1990s, the lives of four policemen involved in the investigations, the events filled with mysteries happening between them, and the moments fraught with tension – this is the sum total of the movie “Anweshippin Kandethum”. The production team succeeded in presenting the movie effectively, keeping justice to the genre of investigative drama.

The outstanding makeup and settings, which include natural elements, costumes, and vehicles, all contributed to the exceptional presentation of the film. Darwin and his team have overcome all challenges that may arise during the production of a period film through incredible craftsmanship.

Gautham Shankar’s cinematography, Santosh Narayanan’s music, background score, Dilip Nath’s art, and Saju Sreedhar’s editing all contribute to the overall mood of the film.

Dolvin Kuriakose, Jinu V. Abraham, Vikram Mehra, and Siddharth Anand Kumar produced the movie under the banner of Theater of Dreams. This is the first movie after the grand success of Prithviraj’s ‘Kappa’ produced by Theater of Dreams.