Vettah is a psychological thriller, directed by Rajesh Pillai. The movie stars Manju Warrier, Kunchacko Boban, and Indrajith in the lead roles. The movie is penned by Arunlal Ramachandran and produced by Rajesh Pillai, himself.
Sribala IPS is the City Police Commissioner, who considers her
father, who is a Sub Inspector, as her role model. She is a devoted
mother, daughter, and wife in the personal life, but very strict
when it comes to her profession.
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Along with her subordinate, ACP Sailex Abraham IPS, Sreebala
investigates the missing case of actress Uma (Sanusha). Melvin
(Kunchacko Boban) is the prime suspect in the case.
Sreebala and Sailex's struggle to complete the investigation and
how it affects their personal life forms the crux of the
Cast And Performances
Kunchacko Boban has delivered one the best performances in his
career as Melvin. The actor has perfectly conveyed the various
emotional layers of the character, at ease.
Manju Warrier, who played a cop for the first time, has
presented her character well; but definitely lacks her old charm.
Indrajith is at his usual best as a tough cop, but hasn't had much
The rest of the star cast, including Kadhal Sandhya, Baby
Akshara, Sanusha, Vijayaraghavan, Santhosh Keezhattoor, Prem
Prakash, Kottayam Nazir, Deepak Parambol, Rony David Raj etc are
good in their respective roles.
Script And Direction
Arunlal Ramachandran scores by giving a tightly packed script
and sharp dialogues. But the slow pace of the movie slightly
affects the crispiness of the second half.
Rajesh Pillai makes a grand comeback, after the cold performance
of Mili. The director has brilliantly crafted the
perfectly written script with complete control, thus making the
movie, an edge of the seat thriller.
Anishlal's brilliant visualization has created an absolutely
glorious backdrop for the mystery-bound thriller. Abhilash
Ramachandran's editing is up to the mark.
Shaan Rahman's songs completely sink in with the crispy,
thrilling mood of the movie. The extraordinary background score
deserves a special applause.
A well-crafted, unique psychological thriller, with some