Directed by: Sameer Thahir
Produced by: Sameer Thahir
Written by: Hashir Mohamed
Starring: Dulquer Salmaan; Dhritiman Chatterjee; Sunny Wayne; Surja Bala Hijam
Music by: Rex Vijayan
Cinematography: Gireesh Gangadharan
Edited by: A. Sreekar Prasad
Genre: Thriller and Travelogue
Seeran Review: Entertainer especially if you are rational and young. I had the first thought of the Mongols motorcycle club as soon I saw the bullet. The film stated as a wind. I saw an old man with long beards waving his hands from the roadside and wondered the hobby which keeps everybody younger. I found the book ‘long way round’ twice into the focus. I have included the link below in case you wish to buy it.
The sequence when the hero makes an idea to design a machine to substitute for the human effort I was taken aback by the intensity of his engineering knowledge. The sensation of seeing the murderer was a bit realistic. I think than the story many love the film for the inert feeling all of us have towards the boundless freedom that we wish to spend spanning with the limit of the sky. This was the first feeling that all the humans get during their 20s which is forgotten with the busy life. The secret for liking this movie is this short witty reminder of the inner soul inside us with the greed to measure the sky.
Reminded of the hippie movement too.
Go for it to have a cool journey from Kerala to Nagaland.
Further Reading: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neelakasham_Pachakadal_Chuvanna_Bhoomi