Nisabdham is a story that revolves around a family that faces a hard-hitting, emotionally disturbing incident. The movie stands tall for handling a bold core plot Child Abuse. Based on a true incident that honestly discusses the core plot without any commercial distraction, Nisabdham is good for Tamil Cinema. The movie is carried by minimal characters and is more dialogue driven. The lead actors Abhinaya and Ajay are the key roles to the script, but their performances could have been more natural and intense. They have not emoted enough to convey the pain of the parents who have faced a hard-hitting incident. On the other hand, baby Sadhanya who has played the role of the victim of child abuse has pulled it off very well. She has scored well with just her emotions brilliantly at many places and holds the script well at important sequences. Even though the movie's core plot revolves around child abuse, a very disturbing subject, it is not preachy at any point. Debut director Michael Arun has to be appreciated for handling this script with a good level of clarity and the way he has addressed the aftermath of child abuse incident is very mature. The story happens in Bengaluru and is based on a true incident as said earlier. Apart from few lip-sync issues, the Kannada dialogues at places make the film lose its nativity. A few scenes like the father's introduction and a scene in which he approaches the convict, look a bit unnatural. Though the technical team of the film is full of fresh talents, the visuals by S. are pleasing and promising. Lawrence Kishore has edited the movie neat and has kept the right pace for this genre. In this very serious emotional drama, Shawn Jazeel's background score elevates several important sequences with wonderful essence of emotions. Indeed a good debut for this music composer! The lyrics of late Na Muthukumar blend with the story line extremely well and the song 'Un Idhayathin Kural' is a piece of motivation and deserves a special mention. With a realistic approach, the film answers many questions of the common public regarding child abuse, the parental pressure and the trauma associated with it. It also talks about ideologies and the role of parents in bringing up their children. Most importantly, it talks about the role of the family in supporting an abuse victim with much clarity. The screenplay of the movie might test the patience for a few, but apt for this genre. The makers deserve a huge appreciation for delivering a straight forward movie that documents true events without additional masala for the sake of entertaining us. Taking the recent happenings in our society, Nisabdham has a noble message and is a must watch for parents but not recommend for kids, as the film could incur unnecessary fears in them and would require a level of maturity to understand the crux of it Verdict: Nisabdham, is an emotional drama and a must watch for all parents.

Nisabdham is a difficult movie to review. Nisabdham is an easy movie to review. Both these statements are, simultaneously, true. An independent film made by a crew of mostly first timers, Nisabdham features Abhinaya, Ajay, Sathanya, Ruthu, Kishore, and others. Its a film based on real incidents, and deals with child sexual abuse. Its difficult to review because I was moved to tears through the film, despite what seemed like amateur filmmaking. Its easy to review because I was moved to tears through the film, despite what seemed like amateur filmmaking. Nisabdham is a raw film – because it feels rough, unready; and because it cuts one up, opens one up to feel deeply. * YouTube reviews of Nisabdham say that the film is based on a Korean film called Hope, and this Tamil/Kannada version is a poor copy. Perhaps. I have not seen Hope, and so cannot draw a more judicious comparison. But it is true that there is a bit of unnecessary melodrama – those long drawn slow motion shots and slow focus pulling especially make watching this film very, heavy. It makes it apparent that here are emotions, and therefore one must feel sad, feel pain, feel anger. That apart, Nisabdham still moves us. The films strength is that the people in it actually do care for each other, and that when things come to a point where one feels very alone, someone or the other is going to step up and lend a shoulder to cry on. Having been through some trying times myself, where I wasnt sure what I would do if not for the help and support of my friends, I could completely identify with Adi and Adhira, and felt happy that they had superb friends. Much of the films drama centers on Boomi – the little girl who goes through sexual abuse, severe injuries and has to have life-saving surgery, and subsequently suffers from acute post-traumatic stress disorder. And her pain causes her parents severe stress. Boomi reacts adversely to her fathers presence – he too is a bearded man, much like the rapist. And so Adi will need to find a way to get closer to his daughter, go through hell to find redemption. While Adhira has to deal with her guilt, her friends guilt, and her husbands troubles, and her own second pregnancy. There is a moment in the film, when after surgery and recovery, Boomi is going to school. As she walks down the street, she holds her stomach – where the colostomy bag she has to live with has been tucked into her school uniform by her mother. That little gesture, moment – made the whole film real. Sathanya, the young actress who plays Boomi, became a great actor in that one short frame. It was a bit troubling for me that given the nature of the film, the cinema hall was filled with kids. What would their reaction to the rape be? Would it be triggering? Would it be gruesome to the children? The film is not graphic, but it is troubling, and the presence of kids in the audience made me wonder. Perhaps this would be an educational film? A Public Service Announcement in the form of a movie. Unlike Arun Vaidyanathans Achchamundu Achchamundu, which too deals with paedophilia and child sexual abuse but turned it into something of a thriller, Nisabdham concentrates on the effects of abuse on the child, and on the parents. It talks about therapy and counselling, support for both the survivor and their close family. And that is very important. The role of the therapist in such situations cannot be stressed enough. That the therapist too had a similar experience and uses her work to perhaps sort through her own emotions is, well, a bit of a Tamil-cinema moment, but so what? For a debut director and a fresher-crew, this is a great first film. Nisabdham makes a lot of good, solid points throughout the film, and there are definitely moving moments... The Nisabdham   review is a Silverscreen original article. It was not paid for or commissioned by anyone associated with the movie. and its writers do not have any commercial relationship with movies that are reviewed on the site.

Movie online nishabdham. Nishabdam movie tickets online. Nisabdham Tamil நிசப்தம் Directed by Michael Arun Produced by Angelin Davenci Written by Michael Arun Starring Ajay Abhinaya Sathanya Kishore Music by Shawn Jazeel Cinematography S. J. Star Edited by Lawrence Kishore Production company Miracle Pictures Distributed by Behind The Scenes Release date 10 March 2017 Running time 126:43 min:sec Country India Language Tamil Nisabdham (English: Silence) is a 2017 Indian Tamil social drama film written and directed by Michael Arun. Featuring Ajay, Abhinaya and Sathanya in the lead roles, the film's score and soundtrack is composed by Shawn Jazeel. Nisabdham tells the story of a child, who is sexually abused and how her parents tackle the situation. The film began production during March 2015 and was released on 10 March 2017. Cast [ edit] Ajay as Aadhi Abhinaya as Aadhira Sathanya as Bhoomi Kishore as Pervez Ahmed Ramakrishna as a judge A. Venkatesh as the public prosecutor Palani as Shankar Ruthu as Theraphist Hamsa as Matilda Venkatesh Babu as the antagonist R. T. Kumar as the defence lawyer [1] Nitin Thomas as Police Officer Production [ edit] Debutant director Michael Arun, who had previously worked as an associate director in the production studio Super Good Films and as a co-director in the film Thagaraaru (2013) wrote the story about a child, who is sexually abused and how her parents tackle the situation, after hearing about a real life incident in Bangalore. [2] 3] The film began production in mid-2016 and Arun cast Abhinaya in a leading role with Savitha Reddy working as a dubbing artiste. [4] Newcomer Ajay, Kishore and child actress Sathanya were also selected for pivotal roles. While composing the soundtrack, newcomer composer Shawn Jazeel brought in cellist Tina Guo of Game of Thrones fame and Serbian instrumentalist Vladiswar Nadishana for the background score. [5] Soundtrack [ edit] Nisabdham Soundtrack album by Shawn Jazeel Released 23 February 2017 Recorded 2017 Language Tamil Label Raagam Audio Producer Shawn Jazeel The film's music was composed by Shawn Jazeel, while the audio rights of the film was acquired by Raagam Audios. The album released on 23 February 2017 and featured sixteen tracks. [6] Track list No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length 1. "Man Meethu" Na. Muthukumar Shawn Jazeel 6:39 2. "Un Idhya" Na. Muthukumar Shawn Jazeel, Shakina Shawn 7:49 3. "Un Paarvai" Na. Muthukumar Thomson Andrews, Apeksha Dandekar 6:22 4. "Jesu Meine Freude" — — 1:27 5. "Wings To Fly" — — 2:33 6. "Friends" — — 0:47 7. "Nisabdham" — — 1:41 8. "Friend in Need" — — 1:27 9. "I've Been There" — — 1:40 10. "Longing Heart" — — 1:18 11. "I Feel Your Pain" — — 0:56 12. "New Beginning" — — 2:20 13. "Survivor Pt. 1" — — 1:09 14. "My Soul" — — 1:38 15. 2" — — 1:35 16. "My Soul (Instrumental) — — 1:38 Release [ edit] The film opened on 10 March 2017 across Tamil Nadu alongside higher profile releases in Motta Shiva Ketta Shiva and Maanagaram. In their review, a critic from Deccan Chronicle wrote "kudos to the director for handling the disturbing subject with lots of sensitivity" and "there may be a few glitches, but nevertheless, it is an honest attempt from Arun. 7] The New Indian Express also labelled the film as "promising work" stating "lending a realistic tone to his story telling, the director avoids the cliched approach to such themes" and that "it's more an emotional take on the subject as seen from the perspective of the victim and her parents, than a suspenseful, investigative mode of treatment. 8] The Times of India wrote "There are two ways to look at Nisabdham. If you are the glass-half-full type, you would agree that the tone wildly swings between somewhat tactful and full-blown melodrama; the staging feels TV serial-ish; the acting is ineffective; the court scenes are so dated" but "still, you might be able to brush aside many of the film's failures under the carpet because the film's intentions are noble and some of the moments bring a lump to your throat. 9] Likewise, concluded that " Nisabdham is indeed an honest attempt and it can be watchable for the message delivered but we only wish the director could've have taken more care with dialogues and execution. 10] A critic from The Hindu also noted "a genuine endeavour to make a socially-relevant film goes awry and Nisabdham is barely watchable. 11] References [ edit] External links [ edit] Nisabdham on IMDb.


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