Thankam movie filled with extraordinary performances

Syam Pushkaran wrote Thankam, thus the audience will be in for a treat. Fahadh Faasil and Friends (Syam Pushkaran and Dileesh Pothen) are known for their support of quality films.

Thankam (Gold), which was directed by Saheed Arafath, stars Vineeth Sreenivasan, Biju Menon, Girish Kulkarni, and Aparna Balamurali. Good friends and business partners in the gold jewellery industry in Thrissur are Kannan (Vineeth) and Muthu (Biju). While Kannan markets and sells goods to numerous jewellery stores in Mumbai and South India, Muthu is a goldsmith.

One day, while travelling to Coimbatore to deliver something, Kannan, Biju, and their friend are detained by Muthupettai (Tamil Nadu) police on suspicion of smuggling gold into Jaffna. The three guys are absolved of all charges and sent back to Thrissur, but things don’t seem good. Then, Kannan leaves for Mumbai to give some gold but is later discovered dead. At this time, Muthu, Kannan’s wife (Aparna Balamurali), and Muthu’s boss are just as perplexed as the viewers and have no idea what has transpired. Who was Kannan, in truth? What caused the murder of Kannan? Is a gang transporting gold involved here? All these are included.

Syam’s idea was brilliantly captured on film by director Saheed Arafath, and in Thankam, the two of them genuinely appear to be working together. It is hard to imagine that this movie’s writer and director are separate individuals. The film’s build-up and suspense keep you on the edge of your seat, and Bijibal’s background music contributes greatly to this.

Director Saheed Arafath did a fantastic job of capturing Syam’s concept on camera, and in Thankam, the two of them actually seem to be cooperating. It is difficult to believe that the writer and director of this film are two separate people. Bijibal’s background music significantly helps to the build-up and suspense that keep you on the edge of your seat throughout the entire movie.

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