Ezra Malayalam Movie Review Rating

Ezra Movie Review: After giving a blockbuster hit ‘Oozham’, Prithviraj Sukumaran has arrived with a horrifying thriller flick Ezra. Directed by Jay K, it stars Prithviraj and Priya Anand in the lead roles. Exploring the Jewish culture in Kerala, the film dates back to 1941, the spirit of Abraham Ezra haunts the lovely couple, who have just moved to new house. The trailer created lots of buzz among the moviegoers leaving high impact and expectation for the movie was overwhelmed because of Prithviraj. Though it is touted as a horror movie, there’s an intriguing love story crafted within it, which would leave impressions on movie lovers. Did Ezra create impact? Check out!

Ezra Movie Cast & Technicians

Director: Jay K
Producers: A.V Anoop, Mukesh R. Mehta, C. V. Sarathy
Writer: Jay K
Story: Sreejith
Cast: Prithviraj Sukumaran, Priya Anand, Tovino Thomas, Sudev Nair, Vijaraghavan, Pratap K Pothen, Babu Antony and Alencier Lopez
Music: Rahul Raj, Sushin Shyam[
Cinematography: Sujith Vaassudev
Editor: Vivek Harshan
Banner: AVA productions, E4 Entertainment
Distributor: E4 Entertainment
Release date: 10 February 2017
Running Time: 2 hours 27 minutes
Censor: U

Ezra Movie Story Plot & Review

Newly married couple, Ranjan (Prithviraj) and Priya (Priya Anand), as of late moves to Kochi to pursue their profession prospects. They get into one of the oldest mansions there and begin their family life. Ranjan discovers his new presenting much on his enjoying and Priya doesn’t have much to grumble. They feel honored in their lives however much to their dismay that their lives are quite recently little pawns in a bigger plan of critical occasions that extends back to a century or more. The extremely fateful occasions from the past century where love, jealousy, hatred, anger, betrayal and helplessness will haunt them.

Cornered and smashed at this bleak unforeseen development in his life, Ranjan searches out for somebody to help him and his family. Enter the child of an old Rabbi, who gradually yet carefully seeks the root of this malevolent legacy. The young Rabbi Markes and Ranjan begin revealing the undesired and overlooked truths… truths that will either spare him and his family or obliterate everybody concerned. Who are the key players in this deep rooted session of double dealing? How did Ranjan and Priya get sucked into this dark conspiracy? Will Rabbi Markes have the capacity to offer assistance? Check them out in theatres.

With a way more intriguing story with engaging and enthralling screenplay, Ezra witness spine-chilling and jaw-dropping sequences that is not bound to frighten you, but will test your fears. Prithviraj  has never disappointed his fans and he has entertained audience in this movie as well with his jaw-dropping and breathtaking performance. Priya Anand has played her part very well and there’s nothing much to complain about her. Other characters including Tovino Thomas, Sudev Nair, Vijaraghavan, Pratap K Pothen and others have performed their part as required. Rahul Raj frightens and tempts audience through mind-blowing background score.

To sum up, Ezra oscillates between the dark and nether world of fact and fiction! Of the psychological and the paranormal! Of superstitions and supernatural! Riddled with spine chilling moments, Ezra delves into a forgotten era and a culture that is rarely explored in Indian cinema.