Punyalan Private Limited Review
Ranjith Sankar has come out successful in making a film that has almost the same identity as that of its prequel. In fact, he places Joy Thakkolkkaran in a milieu which is quite relatable for the Malayalam film audiences.
Jayasurya does it with ease and hence, it is a sheer pleasure to watch him as Joy Thakkolkkaran on screen, once again. Be it in looks or dialogue delivery, he has maintained the same credibility and this time he has had the chance to do more serious sequences, which he pulls off effectively.
Joy Thakkolkaaran and his team makes a decent return with Punyalan Private Limited and thus becoming one among the very few sequels that have done justice to their prequels.
If having a message is enough for you to appreciate a film, Punyalan Private Limited might not disappoint you. Because the only appreciable thing we found in this movie was “socially relevant” part. Otherwise it’s a film you won’t remember for long.
At a time when freedom of expression, healthy criticism and artistic liberties are in danger, Joy and party definitely deserve your time. There's a lot of cognizance and laughter, but it's also a captivating, simple tale.