Angels is a social-thriller directed by debutante Jean Markose. Indrajith, Asha Sarath and Joy Mathew plays the central characters in the movie, which develops through a crime investigation. Angels is penned by director Jean Markose himself along with Tony Tomy and Shabu Kilithattil. The movie is produced by Linu Issac, Hisham Basheer, Saju Azad and Maya Kartha, under the banner Cloud4 Cinema.
Hameem Haider is an efficient yet egoistic police officer. While
investigating a controversial case; he is suddenly stripped off the
investigation due to biasing in the police department. Haritha
Menon, an inquisitive program producer-cum-presenter, takes keen
interest in the case and discusses it in the her crime reality
reality TV show Views 24x7.
Then enters Fr. Varghese Punyalan, who is called as Bhranthan
Kathanar. Fr. Varghese also has a special interest in the case.
Both Haritha and Fr. Varghese have hidden intentions and want to
know more about Hameem and the case. This unfolds the rest of the
Cast And Performance
Indrajith plays Hameem Haider convincingly; but has nothing much
to do with the not-so-meaty role. Asha Sarath plays Haritha Menon
to near perfection. Joy Mathew, who plays Fr. Varghese Punyalan, is
the perfect choice for the role and the actor completely shines as
Rest of the cast, including Baiju who plays SP Ashok Kumar, Prem
Prakash who plays the production head of the channel, Lakshmi Priya
Chandramouli who essays Hameem's wife Zaina and the other
supporting actors are fine in their respective roles.
Script And Direction
The slim and trim script, which manages to engage the audience
completely, is the plus point of Angels. But the movie
shows some uncannible resemblance with the narrative style of
Prithviraj starrer Memories. Jean Markose makes a convincing
directorial debut and has done a decent job.
The effective cinematography by Sujith Sarang creates a perfect
mood for an investigation thriller. Sreejith Sarang's editing is
Songs And Background Score
Songs by Jakes Bijoy are just fine; but the composer scores with
the notable background score which completely sinks with the crispy
A cliched suspense thriller. No high expectations!