Fahadh Faasil is back on screens with his second OTT release of 2021, Joji. The movie, which is said to be a psychological drama, has been premiered on the renowned OTT platform Amazon Prime Video. Joji, which features Fahadh Faasil in the titular role, marks the National award winner's third collaboration with talented filmmaker Dileesh Pothan.
The movie revolves around the titular character Joji, an unemployed youth who is treated poorly by his family. Joji does the unthinkable after a point, which eventually results in his own downfall. This Dileesh Pothan directorial is scripted by Syam Pushkaran, the National award-winning scenarist. The movie features Baburaj, Shammi Thilakan, Unnimaya Prasad, Basil Joseph, PN Sunny, Joji Mundakayam, and so on in pivotal roles.
Here is what the netizens think about Joji. Have a look...
Akhil Aki @akitweetz
Undoubtedly The Best From #FahadhFaasil & #DileeshPothan Combo
#Joji Won't Disappoint You
NAZRUDHEEN APPU @TEDDYJOHNG
#JOJI one man show of #FahadhFaasil
Smiling face with sunglasses
Dilesh pothan Direction & Screenplay topnotch
Shyam puskaran Always writing special to Fahad Fazil
Thoroughly enjoyed #Joji even though I knew the story of Macbeth. Great performances from all the artists. Probably the first Indian movie set in post Covid-19 world. You know the industry is blessed with good actors when masks doesn't affect the performances.
Sanju Shams @sanjushams
Absolutely riveting stuff this from #FahadhFaasil His performance is the film #Joji
H N @ikaipullai
#JOJI A delicious crime drama with superbly written characters, excellent direction, and a k*ller Fahadh Faasil performance. The trio Syam Pushkaran-Dileesh Pothan-Fahadh Faasil have done it once again. Must must watch!
#Joji was.... Well, it is gonna be the movie that people will be talking about for the next few days. It's beautiful, it's dark, it's heavy and it's FaFa being FaFa, the best actor of our times.
Yet another classic by Dileesh Pothen and Syam. #Joji #JojiOnPrime. #FahadhFaasil is brilliant as always but Baburaj stood out.
To nitpick, could see shades of Shammi in Joji; not sure if I liked it or not.