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Drishyam (Hindi दृश्यम Dṛśyam) ist ein indischer Thrillerfilm von Nishikant Kamat aus dem Jahr Es handelt sich um eine Neuverfilmung des. Perfekte Drishyam Stock-Fotos und -Bilder sowie aktuelle Editorial-Aufnahmen von Getty Images. Download hochwertiger Bilder, die man nirgendwo sonst. Drishyam ein Film von Jeethu Joseph mit Mohanlal, Meena. Inhaltsangabe: Ein Mann nimmt extreme Anstrengungen auf sich, um seine Familie zu schützen.
Georgekutty takes them out on a trip to Thodupuzha to pray in a church, watch a movie and eat at a restaurant.
Geetha, seeing that her son has gone missing, starts an investigation. After a preliminary investigation, Geetha calls Georgekutty and family for questioning.
Georgekutty, who had predicted that this would happen, had already taught his family how to change their alibi at the time of murder.
When questioned individually, they give the same replies. Georgekutty also presents the bill of the restaurant, the movie tickets and the bus tickets as proof of their alibi.
Geetha questions the owners of the establishments they claim they have been to, and their statements prove Georgekutty's alibi.
However, Geetha realizes later that Georgekutty had faked the evidence and established his alibi on the owners by going on a trip with his family to the same establishments later; some time after the murder, Georgekutty had met the owners again, and during the meetings, he had cleverly plotted in their minds that they had visited Thodupuzha in a different date.
Geetha arrests Georgekutty with his family, and Sahadevan uses brute force to beat the truth out of them.
Eventually, Anu gives in and reveals the place where the body is buried. After digging the compost pit, they find the carcass of a calf, indicating that Georgekutty had moved the body.
Anu reports to the media and complains against Sahadevan. The constable is suspended and Geetha resigns from her post.
Later, Geetha and Prabhakar meet Georgekutty to ask for forgiveness for their rude and violent behavior. Prabhakar asks Georgekutty if he can tell them about their son.
Georgekutty then reveals indirectly that his family has committed a crime. Now in remand, Georgekutty signs a register at the newly constructed local police station.
As he leaves, the newly appointed police official tells him that Georgekutty has not fooled any policemen, to which Georgekutty replies that the police are only there to protect citizens like him, and that he has no intention of fooling them.
As he leaves, a flashback shows him leaving the incomplete police station with a shovel in hand. The earlier dialogue and the flashback both subtly imply that he has hidden Varun's body in the foundations of the police station itself because no one would think to look there..
He was inspired by a conversation he had overheard about the plight of two families involved in a legal battle.
But I wanted to stick to the planned order and hence postponed the project till I finished Memories ". He says, "Different films require different treatment.
I toiled hard while filming Memories as the film was full of twists and turns and the handling of the subject mattered a lot.
But Drishyam is a complete script-oriented film that does not require any special effort. We shot the film sticking completely to the script, and the shooting was completed effortlessly.
Jeethu had initially approached Mammootty to play the lead, but he was unable to commit and asked Jeethu to proceed with the film with another actor.
Kalabhavan Shajon , who previously worked in the industry as a comedian and the sidekick of the lead actors, was chosen for the main antagonistic role.
The director stated, "I had two-three actors in mind, but at last decided to pick Shajon. I was very clear that I did not want anyone who has played negative characters so far to do the role.
Shajon was a total revelation. Drishyam commenced principal photography in the first week of October Mohanlal joined the sets only from 10 October as he was down with chickenpox.
A reviewer from The Hindu noted, "The film takes off as a typical family drama. The first half of the film is intentionally slow-paced and shows to the audience the lighter moments in the family of Georgekutty.
This half combines the elements of drama and comedy genres. The audience gets completely absorbed in the twist of events that begin to unfold from the end of the first half.
The second half is more like a thriller and is about how the family, despite the vengeful villainy of a corrupt cop, stands its ground even as the law takes its course.
A story or a film has its own way of progression and it does travel in a zig-zag away, capturing all the ups and downs of our lives.
Right from the start if you accelerate the pace, sooner or later, the story-telling will lose its steam. When asked whether he had kicked off a new genre in Malayalam—family thriller, a genre which combines the elements of a family drama and thriller , Jeethu replied, "I still believe it belongs to the genre 'drama', not a thriller.
But I don't subscribe to this. Although there are some twists in the tale and some suspense as well, Drishyam is essentially the story of a family.
Ekta Kapoor, who had purchased the Hindi movie rights of the novel, sent a legal notice to the makers of the film.
However, the director clarified, "After Ekta's legal team sent us the letter, I watched the Japanese film, Suspect X , which is an adaptation of the Japanese novel.
There could be similarities between my film and that Japanese film, but my film is neither an adaptation nor a copy. The Japanese film is also about a murder cover-up and hence the allegation.
Similarities are quite common in the works of creators and that shouldn't be made into an issue. The film was criticised for the use of some "sexist dialogues" in the first half which were playing to a certain "new generation" audience.
Sowmya Rajendran of Sify criticised the same and stated about one of such scenes in the film, "it is such banter, which we often dismiss with a laugh, that helps perpetuate rape culture.
I don't want to elaborate, but it also throws an insight into each character featured in the sequences. Yes, frankly, I was a bit worried how the family audience would react to those scenes.
But then I read out that part of the script to a select group of women and they nodded their heads in approval.
There were also allegations that Drishyam might provoke murder. Additional Director General of Police ADGP Senkumar claimed that two people accused of murdering a woman from Nilambur in February admitted that their methods for disposing of the victim's body and mobile phone SIM card were influenced by the film.
The background score was composed by Anil Johnson. The songs were released on 20 June by Muzik Veeyen of NowRunning noted in his review of the film that the songs "have a refreshingly delightful tenor to them that deserve an applause for certain.
Drishyam released on 19 December in India. In August , film director Satheesh Paul filed a copyright infringement suit against the makers, saying that it had similarities to his script titled Oru Mazhakkalathu , written in Sify 's reviewer rated the film as "Excellent" and stated, "It is not often that you sit in a theatre with bated breath, never wanting to miss a moment of the film on screen.
Writer director Jeethu Joseph's Drishyam is one such film, a gripping tale that leaves you spellbound with its skillful craft.
End result: a spectacular cinematic experience. Like the versatile greats of Hollywood, this actor possesses such a vast repertoire that he isn't required to always attempt the radically new to stamp his towering persona.
Unni R. Nair noted in his review for Kerala9. That the film has almost zero-'filmy' humour is also worth noting. It's the logical manner in which the story unfolds and the very convincing manner in which the characters behave makes it impressive.
An undoubtedly exceptional film as far the content is concerned, the movie is a must watch for all the audiences of family and thriller movies.
According to Sify , the film "started on a low key" but "swept the box-office" from its second day of release. Drishyam was remade into several Indian and foreign languages.
The Telugu version titled Drushyam directed by Sripriya featured Meena reprising her role. Jeethu himself directed the Tamil remake Papanasam A Hindi remake was also made with the same name in , directed by Nishikant Kamat.
All these versions were commercially successful. A sequel is under works, titled Drishyam 2. Mohanlal said during an interview in Manorama News , "I have read the script of Drishyam 2.
It is more thrilling than the prequel. After lockdown, shooting might begin. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about film.
For the remake, see Drishyam film. For 2nd Part, see Drishyam 2. Theatrical release poster. Aashirvad Cinemas.
Mohanlal as Georgekutty, a local cable TV operator. Meena as Rani George, wife of Georgekutty. Ansiba Hassan as Anju George, elder daughter of Georgekutty.
Siddique as Prabhakar, husband of Geetha. Aneesh G. Menon as Rajeesh, brother of Rani. Anil Johnson , Vinu Thomas. Mohanlal attracted positive reviews for his performance.
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