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MovieName : Keedam (2022) UNCUT Hindi Dubbed ORG HDRip Full Movie 720p 480p

Genre : Crime,  Thriller,keedam movie download pagalmovies

IMDB Rating : 6.4/10

Director : Rahul Riji Nair,  

Staring : Rajisha Vijayan,  Sreenivasan,  Vijay Babu,  Manikandan,  

Description : Radhika Balan, a smart cyber-security expert, advocates the use of the technology for the good but her life is turned upside down when she falls prey to a cyber-stalking incident and her privacy gets compromised.

Release Date : 2022

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Keedam’s Film Review: Simplistic yet suspenseful tech thriller undoes the trope of man as protector Keedam wisely is not prescriptive on the issue of technology-driven law enforcement, but avoids addressing the complexities involved in the use of surveillance techniques, including their misuse by the powers that be.

Keedam is a thriller about a technician who punishes the men who harassed her on her cell phone, but it’s so much more. Initially, Radhika Balan (Rajisha Vijayan) is painfully ethical in her use of technology. The turning point in Keedam is his decision to pursue his stalkers outside the framework of the law. But the defining scene of the film which sets it apart from others in the genre is when her father Balan (Sreenivasan) tells her in a weak and frightened voice that he is afraid of her, and she reacts to this revelation.

It is unusual for a male lead in an Indian commercial film to confess that he is vulnerable, especially towards a daughter, and for that man not to feel ridiculed by the tone of the film. Unlike the male protagonists in similar situations with the women they love, Radhika does not turn into a roaring lion single-handedly defeating gangs and armies. She also doesn’t fit the ‘strong woman’ trope of Indian cinema by turning into a Kali/Durga/Chandi-like rampaging figure which is the complete opposite of the most dominant cinematic cliché: women who walk around waiting for men to save them .

Instead, what we get in Keedam is a real woman. She loves her father, is capable and willing to take care of herself and him, makes mistakes that normal people make under such circumstances, but is not indifferent to the dangers she faces.
Writer-director Rahul Riji Nair’s Keedam is proof that men can write tough women without resorting to stereotyping.

Keedam centers on bright, hardworking and independent Radhika who runs a new technology company. She shares a home with her father, who is a retired and respected lawyer. Her furious reaction to a lewd caller one day makes the boy so angry that he starts harassing her. He’s a hardened criminal and she’s a cybersecurity professional. A battle ensues in which he resorts to physical assault which she counters with her knowledge of technology.

What does a predator do when its potential prey turns on it? The keedam (plague) of the title is not what you might assume at first glance.

The film works on many fronts. The technical language used and the processes followed are neither indecipherable nor seemingly simplistic, but sound plausible to the untrained ear.

The scenes revealing the seriousness of the threat to Radhika are chilling. The narrative runs along with the new developments that come our way at a steady pace. A lengthy chase and fight scene involving the police and gangsters is played out with more realistic sound design than the usual biff-bang-dishoom-dishoom that action thrillers are based on and more believable stunt choreography than the standard fare larger than life.

Radhika’s somewhat risky behavior at one point is not glorified or (considering her genre) viewed through a critical lens. Her behavior is described as a natural progression of responses to a challenging scenario, the kind of recklessness brave people sometimes exhibit. However, the film fails to avoid going further. Though Radhika and the Keedam Police have good intentions, we know that the powers that be around the world have violated the privacy of citizens by abusing surveillance techniques, but the film refrains from addressing these complexities and its disastrous effects.

Where Keedam scores is with Radhika’s calm equation with her father in their democratic home. She is protective of her but not overbearing. He is anxious about her future and her safety in the present, but doesn’t use her worry as an excuse to control and hold her back. There has been a small crop of fairly well-written father-daughter relationships in recent years from star-driven Malayalam cinema with ambitious women and a single father:

Parvathy and Siddique in Uyare, Anna Ben and Lal in Helen, and now, this. Sreenivasan really kills it as a concerned parent in Keedam especially with that heartbreaking scene where Balan confides in Radhika. Rajisha never deviates from her fighting genius tune that she’s no Wonder Woman anyway.

Violence against women, online harassment and its offline dangers are recurring themes in the works of Rahul Riji Nair. Nair made his debut with the excellent Ottamuri Velicham (The Light in the Room, 2017) about a physically abusive husband and a shy new girlfriend in a sparsely populated high-altitude camp. His Kalla Nottam (The False Eye, 2019) was about illegal surveillance, bystanders and self-styled moral policing.

While Keedam is an interesting visualization, it doesn’t exactly match Nair’s inaugural adventure. Part of the reason is the absence of the grounding she once captured so well. In Ottamuri Velicham, the scent of the clean mountain air and soil of that treacherous landscape has almost disappeared from the screen. In Keedam, it seems to be striving for an Anyplace Everyplace feel, which is rarely a good thing.

This aim is underscored by the inexplicable use of Hindi jokes in the film’s soundtrack. . The choice of language has no contextual relevance and has the effect of dragging Keedam into a sort of cultural limbo. Juggling directors need to stop thoughtlessly inserting Hindi and English jokes in their scripts and songs. (For more information, click here and here.)

In this and other ways, Keedam breaks her promises. However, the overall narrative flow, the acting, the topicality of the socially important premise, and Radhika’s constant centrality to the plot, even when other characters are given sufficient space and substance, are all worth it. In an impressive supporting cast, look out for Renjit Shekar Nair, who played the sweet and simple village school clerk with his head bobbing in Kho Kho, and for this film he is transformed into a menacing and physically intimidating villain. His role in Keedam could have easily been overblown and manipulated, but there’s a line he’s careful not to cross.

Technology based movies are not common in Malayalam but like 2021 Operation Java, Keedam also seems comfortable with the chosen subject matter. The suspense aspect keeps the film going, but what helps it move past the simplistic take on the subject is the heartening way it reinvents the portrayal of the father-daughter bond and undoes the cinematic trope of man as protector .

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