Careful (2017 film)

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Directed by V. K. Prakash
Written byRajesh Jayaraman
Story byPawan Kumar
Produced by Suresh Balaje
George Pius Tharayil
CinematographyDhanesh Raveendranath
Music byAravind–Shankar
Wide Angle Creations
Distributed by Maxlab Cinemas and Entertainments
Release date
  • 26 May 2017 (2017-05-26)(India)
Language Malayalam

Careful is a 2017 Indian Malayalam-language thriller film directed by V. K. Prakash. The film stars Sandhya Raju, Saiju Kurup, and Parvathy Nambiar in lead roles. [1] It was released in India on 26 May 2017. [2] The film is a remake of 2016 Kannada film U Turn by Pawan Kumar The film marked actress Jomol's feature film comeback after a decade-long hiatus from film acting. [3]




Anna M. M. Vetticad of Firstpost called the film "immensely watchable" giving it a rating of 2.75/5. [4] Reviewing the performances of the cast, Deepa Soman of The Times of India wrote: "Sandhya hardly seems comfortable in the skin of a journalist to carry it off convincingly. Sadly for the rest of the actors, the story does not provide any scope for interesting performances". She gave a rating of 2.0/5. [5] A reviewer of Sify rated the film as "an easy one time watch". [6]

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