NISHABDHAM Movie Review: More disappointment, No thrills

nishabdham movie review

Nishabdham movie review: The film, starring Anushka Shetty and R Madhavan, gets boring from the very first frame. The film is subpar in many departments – writing, performances and its setting. It is a colossal mess.

NISHABDHAM – UNEXCITING EMOTIONAL THRILLER                                                      RELEASE DATE: OCT 2, 2020

STARRING: Anushka Shetty, Madhavan, Anjali, Shalini Pandey, Michael Madson, Subbaraju

DIRECTOR: Hemanth Madhukar

PRODUCERS: TG Vishwa Prasad, Kona Venkat

MUSIC: Girishh G, Gopi Sundar


EDITOR: Prawin Pudi

Nishabdham movie review, A couple dies in mysterious circumstances, in 1970. Years later, a couple Sakshi (Anushka) and Anthony (Madhavan) come there for a prestigious painting. In a sudden change of events, Anthony gets killed and Sakshi escapes from there.

The case is handed over to cops Maha (Swathi) and Richard (Michel Madsen). Who killed Anthony? What is his relationship with Sakshi? and how did Maha solve the case, forms the rest of the story.

The story is set in a haunted house in Seattle.

Anushka played well as a dumb and deaf person. Her acting was up to the mark. Even Madhavan played well in his crucial role. A few scenes where Anjali chases Richard Madsen are interesting.

The film is hugely predictable. The Film has some logical errors. The ending of the film is quite predictable and boring.

On the whole, the film runs only because of the supporting staff. Several logics are missed; it is suggestible to watch only if you have nothing else to do.

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