The tamil movie “Pencil” directed by debutant director Mani Nagaraj and produced by S. P. Ragavesh opened to positive response from viewers. The school based thriller film has struck right chords with the audience. The film stars G. V. Prakash Kumar and Sridivya in the lead role.
The plot of the movie is a romantic crime thriller of a murder that occurs in a school. The incident affects the student of the school. The mystery and the investigation that follows to find the killer forms the crux of the story.
The thrills and chills promises a nice entertaining time to the viewers. The refreshing chemistry between its lead pair is adorable. The rocking screenplay and climax speech regarding the current educational system are highlights of the film.
The mind blowing and impressive performance by G. V. Prakash earned the talented actor applaud from critics and audiences. It gonna mark hat trick movie for the actor after ‘Darling’ and ‘Trisha Illana Nayanthara’.
Sridivya has given her best performance of her filming career. Its worth mentioning the name of debutant director Mani Nagaraj for excellent direction. He nailed it with his debut release only. Now it has raised the expectations of future releases from the director.
The good lead performance helped it to earn positive reaction and above average ratings from critics. The film will surely capture the attention of viewers of all age and all groups.
Shariq, son of actors Riyaz Khan and Uma Riyaz, is going to make his acting debut as a supporting role. As per reports, most of the multiplexes in Tamil Nadu are going nearly housefull which predicts good business for the newcomers.
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