Sathya is one of the most successful young lawyer. He is so powerful and tries to make his case win in any possible manner. He is ready to go to any extent to achieve success. Sathya is also have too much greed for money.
Now, Sathya is approached by a rich family to save their son from a case that has been filed by a girl Maya for cheating her. Maya had tried to attempt a suicide and after getting saved, she had filed a complaint against her ex-lover for cheating her. Now, as usual, Sathya agrees to win the case for guy. But, in this case, instead of making it is a publicised case as many others, Sathya opted for a compromise outside the court.
This attempt by Sathya but lands him into a new light of world, new thoughts, new life and also a new experience. This makes drastic changes in him as a lawyer and then all gets changed. Now, what happens to the case and how Sathya deals with it, what relation will turn out between Sathya and Maya - all these questions are answered by the second half.
Kunchacko Boban, though plays the role of an advocate, has not shown any extra-ordinary shows as a prominent lawyer. He has done a decent role as Sathya, without making it much complex. Maya, played by Namitha Pramod, represents the new generation girls, who are not afraid of anything and believes that they are not inferior to anyone.
Suraj Venjaramoodu, Prajod Kalabhavan, Praveena, KPAC Lalitha, P Balachnadran, Devan, Joy Mathew and the rest of the cast have played their part to a decent level.
Cinematography by Neil has done an excellent job. Music by Mejo Joseph stands average. BGM by Bijipal has suited to the moods of the movie, especially when it came to the court scene and melodramtic scenes. Editing was not up to the mark.
Law Point has nothing to do as its title suggests and more than that it has been diverted into a melodramatic movie. With some good performances from the cast, the movie is worth watching for its most unexpected twist in the climax. The movie is sure to win only with this.