Review By : Genre : Drama, Musical

Production: Dreams N Beyond, Jayasurya, Ranjith Sankar Cast: Innocent, Jayasurya, Mamta Mohandas, Shritha Sivadas, Vijay Babu, Vijayaraghavan Direction: Ranjith Sankar Story: Ranjith Sankar Music: Sankar Sharma Cinematography: Madhu Neelakandan Editing: Shameer Muhammed Art direction: Sooraj Kuravilangad Lyrics: Sandra Madhav PRO: A S Dinesh Distribution: Amazon Prime Video

Sunny is an experimental drama film written and directed by Ranjith Sankar stars Jayasurya in the lead role.

Set in the background of the Covid -19 pandemic, Sunny is the story of the titular character ‘Sunny’ (Jayasurya), who is put in quarantine in Kochi’s Grand Hyatt Hotel after smuggling himself from Dubai due to financial and family issues. Under the pressure of life and loneliness, Sunny slips into a state of mental disturbance and helplessness. As the story unfolds, the film talks about how life reforms with time and things start falling in place when it’s the right time.

Sunny is an experiment of diving into character study. The film has detailed Jayasurya’s character scrupulously, without missing any length and breadth. The film is well supported by good cinematography.

The film kicks off with high hopes and dwells into the character of Sunny. But soon, the film forgets the silver line between characterization and storytelling, and loses its entire focus from the plot to Sunny’s character. The film has captured the nuances of loneliness, depression, and anxiety, to which people can relate closely.

The film stars Jayasurya as Sunny, who has yet again given a remarkable performance. Since the film closely focuses on the character, a weak or average performance could have backfired the film, but Jayasurya’s top-notch performance kept the lead character safe and worthwhile. Shritha Shivadas as Adithi was very pleasant and cheerful. Innocent as Doctor Eerali played a very pivotal and important character. Aju Varghese as Rajesh (referred to as Kozhi in the film), Vijay Raghavan as Sadashivan Nair, Vijay Baby as Advocate Paul, and Mamta Mohandas as Doctor Anuradha also did their part well and in the most memorable manner, without even appearing for once in the film.

Cinematography by Madhu Neelakandan deserves applause. The visuals of the film contributed greatly to its narrative style, bearing the emotional weight of the film. The brilliant colour schemes used and close up shots were amazingly photographed and portrayed in the most beautiful and effective manner.

Written and directed by Ranjith Sankar, the film has sketched the character of Sunny in the most subtle and efficacious way. The film can be aspired for its character study, the film starts in a very questioning and arousing format, but as it progresses, the engagement can be a concern. The loss of balance between storytelling and characterization is what holds back this flick.

Ranjith Sankar has managed to helm this film decently. It is not the best of his filmography, but still, it holds up together for its experimental behaviour, Jayasurya's act, and technical side.

Verdict: Sunny is an experimental film with beautiful character disquisition.


2.75 5 ( 2.75 / 5.0 )



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Sunny (aka) Sunnyy

Sunny (aka) Sunnyy is a Malayalam movie. Innocent, Jayasurya, Mamta Mohandas, Shritha Sivadas, Vijay Babu, Vijayaraghavan are part of the cast of Sunny (aka) Sunnyy. The movie is directed by Ranjith Sankar. Music is by Sankar Sharma. Production by Dreams N Beyond, Jayasurya, Ranjith Sankar, cinematography by Madhu Neelakandan, editing by Shameer Muhammed and art direction by Sooraj Kuravilangad.