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19 Jan, 2018
2 hrs 26 mins
10,271 votes
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Carbon is the story of Sibi Sebastian, (played by Fahadh Faasil) and his never ending struggle to make it big in life. The film travels alongside him in his quest for new horizons and opportunities. While others pass by, his relentless determination takes him to the most unexpected situation in his life. How Sibi handles that situation and weather his dreams will ever come true is what we are waiting to see!
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Verdict: Fahadh`s versatility and Venu`s eye for detail make Carbon a must-watch. When powerhouses like Venu and Fahadh Faasil come together, the result is a thorough entertainer. The cinematographer-turned-director Venu, who makes his appearance after the 2014 Mammootty-starrer Munnariyippu, has delivered one of the better films in recent times. If the movie is a peek i... ...Read full review
It`s not always that life`s moments of truth or hints of destiny reveal themselves clean and clear. But when they do, how do we know we are reacting right and carving out a sensible path there on, braving our fears and dilemmas? Though an adventure thriller that keeps us on the edge of our seats, Carbon also prods your thoughts, through the protagonist`s journey, about these larger questions of purposes, revelations and perseverance. ...Read full review
The story of Carbon revolves around a youngster named Siby, who is a representative of today`s youth. Siby`s big aim is to make money but his own plans and ideas for achieving it. At a juncture, he gets to know about a treasure deep inside the woods and what happens rest has been narrated in Carbon. ...Read full review
Director Venus last film Munnariyippu was a movie that I liked a lot because of its subtlety. It was presented as a mans interesting intellectual arguments, but it ultimately talked about freedom. Carbon, the new film from the director again becomes an exciting watch because of the same subtlety factor. When you manage to understand Carbon, you will know that it is a message driven film. ...Read full review
At the hotel, when the Businessman (Vijayaraghavan) wants to see the emerald stone, the young man who claims to be the owner cheekily fishes out his phone and shows him a photo of the stone. The deal falls through. But he manages to walk away with some money. Undeterred, he hatches the next pushy trade deal. Carbon trails the journey of this local ten percenter Sibi Sebastian (Fahadh Faasil) and his ambitious, persistent half-baked plans to make a quick buck. ...Read full review
How do we find the riches of life? In self-realisation? Or in fighting our fears? Or, is it when we turn the ashes of life to diamonds of success? As different as it is for each, Venu`s Carbon definitely excites us to seek the treasures. Through a visually-enticing drama about a man`s quest for wealth, the director takes us through the realms of the human psyche with utmost conviction. ...Read full review