Plot & Narration
Technical Aspects and Music
An unusual family entertainer
Sangu Chakkaram has seen the big screen with a full packed entertainment for kids and an eye opening film for the adults. Director Marrison timely wits and narration engages with an well supported cast and crew who have made a justification for the script. With release happened in the perfect holiday season, Sangu Chakkaram is sure to see uptick among kids and family audiences.
Cast: Dhilip Subbarayan, Gheetha, Jeremy Roske, Nishesh, Baby Monica and others
Cinematography: G Ravi Kannan
Editing: Vijay Velukutty
Stunts: Dhilip Subbarayan
VFX: Ra Studio
Written & Directed by: Maarison
Produced by: Cinemawala Pictures, Diya Movies, Leo Vision
Release Date: 29-12-2017
Run Time: 02:03:00
Horror films have always been in trend and when packed with comedy and emotions it always gives big mark for producers and breakthrough for directors. As a well-planned release, Sangu Chakkaram has seen the big screen with full packed entertainment for kids and as an eye opener for the adults. Director Marrison timely wits and narration engages with an well supported cast and crew who have made a justification for the script.
Sangu Chakkaram is filled with kids and director Marrison has handled the cast and crew to the fullest, a little more of spice added to the VFX and narration would have made this flick travel it the upper hand. As the contest gets tough with so many other movies releasing parallel, it’s always better to bet the safer side picking up the right script with a right set of cast and crew. Sangu Chakkaram has done that to the fullest as kids are making their parents walk to theatres Sangu Chakkaram gets the extra liberation for its fun filled elements and making it clean for the kids to watch.
As all the kids gather for the playtime, Dhilip Subbarayan and a cop plan to kidnap one of the kids and another group plan to kill one kid to avoid the heir for a property. The kids follow the cop who disguise him as a doll seller leads to them to an abandoned building and a real estate broker who is well aware of the property plans to sell the abandoned house. As all gather, the house happened to haunted by a ghost portrayed by Baby Monica. And Monica as Malar happens to save the kids from trouble and Punngai Poo Gheetha as Angayarkanni mother of malar avoids her child from interacting with the kids.
Meanwhile the real estate broker who happens to do all the things to evacuate the ghost from the house fails on his attempts and this time he brings in a foreigner to bust the ghost from the house. The realm trouble for the ghost and the kids happen one by one as they fall in trap. How the kids manages to escape and what happen to Gheetha-Malar and what happens to the plan laid by Dhilip and the cop lands the platform for the script.
As of performances, the kids holds the key and Dhilip has been in favour for the script. Also, Gheetha have done justification to her role. Technically the movie seems to clear and special mentions to the VFX team for getting the job done perfectly. From being a crowd pulling, Sangu Chakkaram happens to pull children with its intention happens very clear. With release happened in the perfect holiday season, Sangu Chakkaram is sure to see uptick among kids and family audiences.