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God Say Movie review

By ANJALY A SHENOY `, Mon, 2017-01-09 12:08

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The movie God Say starring Vinay Forrt in the lead role is a satire movie set in the 90’s. The movie revolves around Harishchandran an alcoholic, who works in the All India Radio (late 90’s). Despite being in a reputed job, he leads a messy life as he considered alcohol above everything. Through his programme named Gandhi Margam on AIR, he used to speak about Gandhi’s ideologies. After his station head decides to give that program to Harishchandran and gifted him the famous “My Experiments with Truth” his life changes and how the society reacts to his changes is what this satire named God Say talks about. The movie despite being discussing Gandhi ideologies, the makers Sherrey and Shyju aren’t trying to be preachy at any point. The humor and sarcasm in the movie flow naturally and are interesting. With that said, the second half of the movie couldn’t be that hard hitting. However, Vinay Forrt’s superb performance keeps us engrossed to the screen. The movie is carried out entirely on his shoulders. And he has delivered a flawless performance. From being the aimless drunkard guy to transforming into that concerned mature citizen, he adds so much to the character to make it look real. Apart from Vinay, Indrans’ role of a Gandhian and Joy Mathew having a dialect that is less Kozhikkodan are worth the praise. Mythili and Surjith have also done their parts well. In a nutshell, God Say is an engaging satire which is a must watch for every Indian.

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