RJ Shankar has amassed a large fan base thanks to his voice, style, and dialogues, but an untoward occurrence suddenly changes his life and that of his family.
When Shankar, a newsreader in a television channel, is confronted with a terrible event in his life, his family’s lives are turned upside down. The plot focuses on the family and their doctor Sulakshna (Manju Warrier).
RJ Shankar’s popularity stems not only from his excellent performance as a news reader, but also from his charitable activities, which create jealous reactions among coworkers. And suddenly RJ Shankar’s most important asset – his voice – is lost to him because of his chain-smoking, and doctors determine that he will never be able to talk again. Will he return to the studio to host his popular show?
Jayasurya depicts the difficulties of an RJ, as well as a husband and father, extremely effectively. Some sequences are reminiscent of Jayasurya’s previous project Captain, in which he was determined to reclaim his missing glory on the field. As a struggling yet supportive spouse, Sshivada fulfills the part. Manju Warrier shines as a fighter for women’s rights and a voice therapist in her first film with Jayasurya.
After Captain and Vellam, Kanmani Arugaram’s directorial collaboration with Jayasurya once again. As in previous films, music by M Jayachandran is a calming presence during tense moments, and Pranayam Enna Oru Vakku and Eeran Nila are pleasant to listen to.
Name: Meri Awas Suno
Director: G Prajesh Sen
Actor: Jayasurya, Manju Warrier, Sshivada, Johny Antony, Sudheer Karamana
Movie rating: 3.0/5