Amala Paul’s Cadaver Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Cadaver Movie Review: Amala Paul is getting ready to play two roles in the movie Cadaver after acting in the anthology film Victim on Sonyliv, in which she played the lead and the producer. Amala Paul has had success in the digital space. Let’s jump straight into the review and see if the film lives up to the buzz since the trailer stoked interest and it eventually debuted on Hotstar today.

Cadaver Movie Review

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Story

The police are searching for the culprit when Dr. Bhadra (Amala Paul) takes up the case of a young girl who was brutally murdered after being gang-raped. There are no hints in the rest of the novel as to how Dr. Bhadra and the police discovered the murderer after the murderer leaves a voicemail stating that he intends to kill other people.

Cast & Crew

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 of Maiden Productions, Athulya, Athulya, Munishkanth, and Amala Paul all-star.

Movie Name Cadaver
Director Anoop Panike
Music Director Ranjin Raj
Producer Amala Paul
Genre Thriller
Cast Amala Paul, Munishkanth, and Athulya
Editor San Lokesh

Verdict

Amala Paul has a lengthy history of working on suspenseful movies, but Cadaver shows that she has a unique sense of style and is eager to explore different genres. Even though it can be challenging to create scary movies, Cadaver is one of the most compelling recent releases and keeps the viewer wondering right up to the very end.

It’s crucial for a thriller’s opening scene to grab the audience’s attention, and Cadaver excels in this area by immediately establishing the plot and key characters.

The narration of the movie never becomes monotonous because it heightens your curiosity about the murderer and the investigative procedure is so skillfully filmed, that the filmmakers should be commended for their work.

Amala Paul performs admirably as Bhadra despite the fact that the role has some limitations and that we can expect more from her in the future.

Anoop Panike managed to hold audiences’ attention from start to finish despite a few mistakes, but he could have written the main emotion more effectively.

Although Aravind Singh’s visuals are good, most of the scenes were shot in bright lighting, which is not the best choice for this kind of film. The technical departments gave it their best effort, and the background music by Ranjin Raj is excellent.

In conclusion, Cadaver is a strong thriller that has a broad appeal.

Rating: 3.5/5

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