Cadaver Telugu Movie Review: After starring in an anthology film on Sonyliv called Victim, Amala Paul is gearing up for another film called Cadaver, in which she would play two roles: one as the lead and another as the producer. Amala Paul has been performing well in the digital medium. In any case, anticipation was piqued by the film’s trailer, and it finally premiered on Hotstar today, so let’s get right into the review and see if it lives up to the hype.
When Dr.Bhadra (Amala Paul) takes on the case of a young girl who was gang-raped and brutally murdered, the police are on the lookout for the murderer. When the murderer sends a voice mail saying he plans to kill more people, the rest of the story is left with no clues as to how Dr.Bhadra and the police found the murderer.
Cast & Crew
Athulya, Athulya, Munishkanth, and Amala Paul star in the film Cadaver, which was written by Abhilash Pillai; directed and shot by Anoop Panike; scored and arranged by Ranjin Raj; and produced by Six Entertainment and Amala Paul under the name of Maiden Productions..
|Music Director||Ranjin Raj|
|Cast||Amala Paul, Munishkanth, and Athulya|
Although Amala Paul has a long history of suspenseful films under her belt, Cadaver demonstrates that she has a distinct sense of style and a willingness to branch out into new genres. While it is difficult to make suspenseful films, Cadaver is one of the most gripping recent releases, keeping the audience guessing until the very end.
It’s important for a thriller’s first scene to capture the viewer’s attention, and Cadaver succeeds admirably in this regard by establishing the plot and essential characters right at the outset.
Filmmakers should be applauded for making it so engaging, as the film’s narration never becomes boring because it doubles your desire to know who the murderer is and the investigation process was shot so effectively.
Despite the fact that we can anticipate more from Amala Paul as Bhadra, the character has a set of restrictions and within those boundaries, she surpasses herself rather well.
In spite of a few errors, Anoop Panike was able to keep viewers riveted from beginning to end, but he could have written the fundamental feeling more effectively.
Aravind Singh’s visuals are fine, but he shot most of the scenes with bright lighting, which is not ideal for this type of movie. Ranjin Raj’s background soundtrack is good, and the technical departments did their best.
In conclusion, Cadaver is a solid thriller that appeals to a wide range of viewers.