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Penguin Movie Review

Posted July 24th, 2020, 03:29 PM IST

Reviews Movie Review : Penguin
Rating : 2.50
Banner : Stone Bench Films, Passion Studios
Cast : Keerthy Suresh, Linga, Madhampattty Rangaraj, Master Advaith, Navya Krupa, Umar, Thejank
Music : Santosh Narayanan
Producer : Kaarthikeyan Santhanam, Sudhan and Jayaram
Director : Eashvar Karthic
Released Date : 19 June 2020

Set in a hill station in Kodaikanal, the film revolves around a mother and her missing child. Ritu aka Rhythm’s (Keerthy Suresh) toddler son was kidnapped by a psycho who wears a mask of Charlie Chaplin.

Ritu and her husband Raghu separate, and five years later she gets married again and is expecting her first child with her second husband.

Even after six years, she continues to search for her son and heads to the lake regularly where he had been missing.

One day, Ajay (Master Advaith) dramatically runs away from the kidnapper and finds his mom. Traumatized by the kidnap, the child doesn’t speak to anyone and the doctor David (Mathi) tells her to give him time to open up. But Keerthy finds that the kidnapper is coming to her house.

Who is the kidnapper and how does she nab him?