Angels (2014) Malayalam Movie Review | 7 Critic Reviews | Indrajith Sukumaran

Indrajith Sukumaran, Lakshmi Priya Chandramouli, Asha Sarath, Aneesh G Menon, Baiju Kumar, Dinesh Panicker, Joy Mathew, Parvathi Menon, Prem Prakash, Vijayakumar Rangasamy
Angels (2014) Malayalam Movie PosterJean Markose
Jean Markose, Toni Tomy
Jean Markose, Toni Tomy
Shabu Kilithatil
Sujith Sarang
Jakes Bejoy
produced by:
Cloud 4 Cinemas
Weird Aggregate Rating Angels 5.1/10genre:
Action, Drama, Thriller
run time:
118 minutes
censor certification:

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Angels Malayalam Movie Reviews

Critic Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)

  •  Filmi Beat | Review By -Akhila Menon Rating-5
Angels is a social-thriller directed by debutante Jean Markose. Indrajith, Asha Sarath and Joy Mathew plays the central characters in the movie, which develops through a crime investigation. Angels is penned by director Jean Markose himself along with Tony Tomy and Shabu Kilithattil.

  •  Times Of India | Review By -Deepa Soman Rating-6
A serial killer, a top-rated TV show and a keen lady journalist, a quirky priest who gets involved in the sensational case, a brilliant police officer and reasons that bring them together and shock viewers - Angels has all the right elements of a thriller and a degree of novelty with respect to the plot.

  •  Rediff| Review By -Paresh C Palicha Rating-4
These days, television has a solution for everything and debutante director Jean Markose uses this premise in the murder mystery Angels. There was some hype around the film as Joy Mathew is appearing in a priest's garb for the first time after Amen. Indrajith plays a high ranking police officer

  •  Now Running | Review By -Veeyen Rating-4
Jean Markos' 'Angels' shows tremendous promise before deteriorating into a humdrum whodunit that somehow winds things up. Even as it remains that there is nothing terribly wrong with 'Angels', there is nothing much right about it either. Haritha Menon (Asha Sarath), who hosts the

  •  Manorama | Review By -Padmakumar KV Rating-5
Directed by debutant Jean Marcose, the film 'Angels' remains well within the precincts of aesthetic discipline of a noir film. You barge into the middle of action, which trails a mysterious path ahead. From there, the plot evolves convincingly leaving no room for dejection at any point.

  •  Deccan Chronicle | Review By -Sujit Chandra Kumar Rating-6
Without a second going to waste with fancy camera work, we are introduced to the hero, and the night that changed his life. Indrajith is here and ready to begin the story of Hameem Haider, a policeman who is shot on a rainy night. It is refreshing walking into the theatre knowing that

  •  Indiaglitz | Rating-6
Coming from a bunch of youngsters is the new thriller 'Angels' which has enough to keep you hooked to your seats for much of  of its 118 minutes. With a fresh narrative and interesting plot, the movie may impress all the fans of the genre, though the latter half  lacks its definite punches.

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