Cadaver Movie Review: Amala Paul is getting ready to play two roles in the movie Cadaver. This is after she played both the lead and the producer in the anthology film Victim on Sonyliv. Amala Paul has done well in the online world. Let’s get right to the review and see if the movie is as good as the buzz since the trailer got people excited and the movie finally came out today on Hotstar.
When Dr. Bhadra (Amala Paul) takes on the case of a young girl who was brutally killed after being gang-raped, the police are still looking for the killer. After the killer leaves a voicemail saying he plans to kill more people, there are no hints in the rest of the book about how Dr. Bhadra and the police found the killer.
Cast & Crew
Athulya, Athulya, Munishkanth, and Amala Paul all-star in the movie Cadaver, which was written by Abhilash Pillai, directed and shot by Anoop Panike, composed and orchestrated by Ranjin Raj, and produced by Six Entertainment and Amala Paul under the name Maiden Productions.
|Music Director||Ranjin Raj|
|Cast||Amala Paul, Munishkanth, and Athulya|
Amala Paul has worked on a lot of scary movies in the past, but Cadaver shows that she has a unique style and is willing to try new things. Even though scary movies can be hard to make, Cadaver is one of the most interesting movies that came out recently. It keeps the audience guessing right up until the end.
It’s important for the first scene of a thriller to grab the audience’s attention, and Cadaver does a great job of this by introducing the plot and main characters right away.
The movie’s story never gets boring because it makes you want to know more about the murderer, and the detectives’ work is filmed so well that the filmmakers should be praised for their work.
Amala Paul does a great job as Bhadra, even though the role isn’t as big as it could be and we could hope for more from her in the future.
Even though Anoop Panike made a few mistakes, he was able to keep the audience’s attention from the beginning to the end. However, he could have written the main emotion better.
Even though Aravind Singh’s movie looks good, most of the scenes were shot in bright light, which is not the best choice for this kind of movie. The technical departments did their best, and Ranjin Raj did a great job with the background music.
In the end, Cadaver is a good thriller that has a wide range of fans.