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Cert 12A
151 mins
BBFC advice: Contains moderate injury detail

Blimey, it doesn't take Indian cinema long to turn around real-life tragedy and bring its drama to the big screen.
Virus is based on the horror outbreak of the Nipah virus which claimed 17 lives only just over a year ago.
The outbreak was confined to two districts of Kerala State and caused panic in the area as the medical authorities attempted to track down its cause.
Now Aashiq Abu has dramatised the intensity of the investigators who feared a much wider epidemic or even terrorism.
This movie has a documentary feel with no overall star but an ensemble of actors who each contribute effectively.
In detective-style, it traces the stages of the epidemic from identification to eradication, often introducing flashbacks from different angles so the audience can understand the nuances of a complex investigation and race against time as people began to die.
Indeed, the virus killed its victims within hours of them demonstrating symptoms.
The film explores the medical response but also delves into politicians' throwing in a terrorism tangent and the paranoia which swept the area.
Meanwhile, it reflects how the virus disrupted or even wrecked the lives of individuals and families and how health care professionals, business people, local politicians and how scientists joined forces to come up with the speediest solution possible.
Many of these brave folk risked their lives for the greater good and their determination in the face of an unknown enemy is central to why the movie grips so hard.
And that is exactly what it does.
It has been a big Malayalam hit and I suspect that is because it avoids the cliches which beset Indian movies.
Let us hope it will set a trend.

Reasons to watch: Feels as real as any Indian movie I have watched this year
Reasons to avoid: Too long

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: Yes
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 8.5/10

Did you know? Nipah virus was first recognized in 1999 during an outbreak in Kampung Sungai Nipah, Malaysia. The outbreak among pigs infected approximately 300 people killed over 100 people within a year. An outbreak was also reported in Singapore. No new outbreaks have been reported in Malaysia and Singapore since 1999. 

Final word. Poornima: "According to the writers, the motivation for developing this character came from the four main officers who worked during the period of Nipah outbreak. Most of them helped us during the period of film shooting by sharing their experiences. We tried to follow the body language and gestures of these people by viewing the press conferences conducted during the Nipah outbreak." Mathrubhumi

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