Pencil Movie Review and Rating: The movie Pencil had been released today in India across various theaters. The flick is the directorial venture of Mani Nagaraj and the flick had been released in Telugu as well as Tamil language.
The Pencil Movie is featuring G.V Prakash Kumar playing the main lead and actress Sri Divya is roped in to play the female lead role. The pencil is the movie that is much awaited for years and the flick had finally been completed and hit the screens today 13th May 2016. Pencil Movie is the debut movie for the music composer G.V Prakash Kumar as the main Hero. The flick had started in 2014 but the shoot had been resumed due to some unavoidable reasons and now today the movie had hit the screens.
Pencil Movie Story:
Shiva(G.V.Prakash Kumar) is an intelligent student in a top school and he is doing a prestigious project. He loves his classmate Maya(Sri Divya) but she doesn’t show any feelings toward him. Nithin(Shariq Hassan) is another classmate of shiva and the son of a star actor. from the beginning, shiva and Nithin have clashed with each other. One day Nithin destroyed the project copies of shiva. Shiva went to the classroom for beating Nitin but there Nitin was murdered. Who kills Nithin is the rest of the story.
Pencil Movie Review:
The movie is a romantic thriller based on the school. G.V Prakash Kumar and Sri Divya higher secondary school, students and classmates who throw pranks on each other and a small and sudden incident which happened will be a turning point in the movie leading to serious consequences. To know the remaining story you have to watch the movie.
Music Review: The music for the flick had been composed by G.V Prakash Kumar and the movie had 8 songs in place out of which 3 are Karaoke tracks and one reprised version. The audio for the flick had been launched on February 19, 2015. The music had got mixed responses from the fans and audience.
Pencil Movie Rating – 2.5/5
Final Verdict: ‘Pencil’ is a Romantic Thriller subject in school life. The movie carries anxiety all over with its screenplay.