‘Nayattu’ review: Joju, Kunchacko, Nimisha are excellent in a tightly packed film

‘Nayattu’ review: Joju, Kunchacko, Nimisha are excellent in a tightly packed film
ReviewThe film talks about the difficult situation that the police are placed in within the system, but also has a few problematic stances.CrisOn their way to a house in Piravom, a senior policeman explains to his subordinate that they are going on a “quotation” work – a euphemism for beating up people on assignment. “Even goons have the freedom to say yes or no to a quotation work, but we don’t,” says he, smiling pitifully. A young man had visited the house the night before to give a gift to a young woman living there. The woman happened to be related to a minister. The minister wanted action against the man. So, the policemen have to go to the house and create evidence that the man tried to burn it, and accuse him in a case. It is a short sequence in Nayattu (Hunt), quietly setting the premise of
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