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26 Apr, 2019
2 hrs 05 mins
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Uyare follows the story of Pallavi, a strong-willed woman who has always aspired to become a pilot. How she gets back on her feet through sheer resilience after being beset by a series of personal crises forms the crux of the film.
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Verdict: Parvathy excels with a brilliant performance. Uyare, directed by Manu Ashokan, is a drama film starring Parvathy, Asif Ali, Tovino Thomas, Siddique, and Anarkali Marikar in crucial roles. The film is produced by Shenuga, Shegna and Sherga under the banner Grihalakshmi Productions along with SCube Films. Gopi Sundar composes music and score while Mukesh Muraleedharan helms the cinematograp... ...Read full review
The film has broken the stereotypical Mollywood formula of putting the superstar hero at the centre of a tale and making him find a way out of some trouble or the other. ...Read full review
In spite of a predictable storyline, the outlook that Uyare offers is commendable to say the least. ...Read full review
The film also shows how people can be human but simply refuse to be when the opportunity comes. Thats where Tovinos character steps in, to remind us of that little fact, and to show Pallavis transition. Tovino as Vishal does well as the handsome, flirtatious, rich young man. But this is, by and by, a Parvathy film and lets hope it is recognised as such. ...Read full review
Though Uyare suffers from predictability, it is an arresting depiction of the physical and mental agonies of an acid attack survivor and challenges the audience to reconsider the conventional definition of beauty. ...Read full review
Uyare announces the arrival of another self-assured filmmaker, Manu Ashokan. From the first frame to the last, the film is an exercise in restrained, sensitive filmmaking. This restraint is seen in the performances and also in the shot composition. The one thing I liked most about the film is that it doesn`t make you cry copious tears in spite of telling a story about an acid attack survivor. Uyare proves that it`s possible to tell a poignant story without resorting to melodrama. ...Read full review