Movie : 7 to 4
Director: Vijay Sekhar Sankranthi.
Cast: Anand Bachu, Raj Bala, Radhika and Loukya
Touted to be a thriller movie which is based on the crimes that are happening on the women, '7 to 4' has hit the theatres on Friday.
Let’s check out how the movie shaped up…
The story runs around a four youngsters who begins a mission to prevent sexual harassments on women. A lot of indents are reporting everyday that many women are assaulting by the miscreants while they are returning to their homes from offices. These youngsters target the miscreants who harass women and who are in the police list and punish them. This entire mission is done between 7 pm to 4 am.
How do these youngsters punish the culprits when they caught? What is their connection with the police? Forms the rest of the story.
The four youngsters- Anand Bachu, Raj Bala, Radhika and Loukya play their role with complete ease. Though their are very new to the industry, they play it as realistically as possible. If they can plan their moves carefully they can grow. Production standards of the film are neat. The action sequences also have apparently been choreographed with great care.
At a time when the audiences are hooked to thriller movies Vijay Sekhar comes up with a story that is based on the growing sexual harassment incidents on the women.
The film highlights the real-time incidents on the women in the day to day life and how the culprits should be punished. The director is completely succeeded in showcasing the punishment that should be given to the culprits. The movie slips into the spell of boredom for some time but the director maintained element of thrill and suspense throughout the film. Of course, the director must be appreciated for attempting a different film. He also brought some interesting facts about the incidents that are happening in the farmhouses and outskirts of the city. The director should have taken care of the climax as it ended abruptly.In all, the film carried an apt message about crimes on women but the lack of emotion and overdoes of violence married the flow of the film.
Final Verdict: 'Different' thriller with lack of emotional depth