16 Every Detail Counts Movie Review Rating Public Talk Hit or Flop

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16 Every Detail Counts Movie Review: Rahman is back with an anticipation thriller with Karthick Naren appearing as executive with a thriller. The film includes much about the story as opposed to the characters. The tension is exceptional which makes you include in the film. It is a murder puzzle which is abandoned by a cop and still contemplates it.

16 Every Detail Counts otherwise called D-16, is a neo noir riddle wrongdoing thriller film composed, produced and directed by Karthick Naren, featuring Rahman in the main part. Including a prevalently new cast and team, the film went ahead to increase positive audits from film pundits also turning into a beneficial wander. The music is composed by Jakes Bejoy.

16 Every Detail Counts Review:

The film quick advances six years when we see a resigned and impaired cop, Deepak (Rahman), discussing his broadly unsolved instance of the murder to a young fellow who needs to join the Indian Police Service. On an apparently dull morning six years back, Deepak is brought into research a suicide of a young lady that later ends up being an instance of murder. Indeed, even as he tests this, he gets a telephone call about a lady missing from her level, where there are hints of blood. Deepak understands that there is a weird connection between these two tragic ladies. Be that as it may, he can’t nail anyone.

Rahman is compelling as the policeman called upon to accomplish something which he doesn’t exactly esteem. Maybe the film causes quandary all through the film. The film once in a while demonstrates that it is in a high serious yet gathering of people doesn’t comprehend the realistic feel in the film. Its only a crazy tension which makes you think where have we began.

Highlights-

  • Direction
  • Rahman performance

Minus Points-

  • Confusing story

Final Verdict – Nice movie to see couple of times if you don’t understand initially. Overall it can be watchable.

16 Every Detail Counts Movie Review Rating – 3/5