Synopsis/Plot : The story initially progresses by showing the happily lead life of Saira Banu, a post women and her son Joshua Peter who is a law student aspiring to be a professional photographer. Joshua qualifies to be a trainee for a probationary period at a reputed International Magazine called The Geo. In a bad turn of events, Joshua and Banu's life is shaken when Joshua becomes the convict in a court case. This is when Annie John Tharavadi, a reputed advocate becomes part of these happenings.
C/O Sairabanu Movie Review
The film is worth a watch if you want to see how Amala Akkineni fares in her comeback movie, and catch an emotional tale about wonder moms(more)
Source: Deepa Soman, Times Of India
You won't regret watching this Manju Warrier film
C/O Saira Banu, indeed, has an interesting story, heart-warming performances, humour and surprises but most of these elements work in parts. However, you won't regret watching this film.(more)
Source: Manoj Kumar R, Indian Express
Manju Warrier lends warmth to a relevant but patchy film
C/o Saira Banu examines varying definitions of motherhood without elevating mothers to devi status in a stereotypical manner. The women of this film make morally questionable choices to save their offspring from difficult situations, but it is not as if they let themselves off the hook. They did wha...(more)
Source: Anna MM Vetticad, Firstpost.com
Inspiring Tale Of A Mother!
A relatable, moving tale of a mother-son duo, with a very special surprise in store.(more)
Source: Akhila Menon, One India