Regina movie review


Sunaina and Ananth Nag are a happy couple. However, a robbery at Ananth Nag’s bank ends up killing him.

Sunaina is distraught, shaken and shocked seeing her husband’s lifeless body.

Sunaina’s activist father was also killed in an altercation when she was young.

Now, with her husband gone, will Sunaina  leaves her home and escapes to Varkala, where she works at a beach-side restaurant.

Has Sunaina moved on? Or does she have some hidden secrets forms the rest of the story.


Director Domin D Silva has tried his best to deliver a thriller that’s decent and engaging.

The film presents intriguing ideas throughout, but they are executed to the full potential.

Better writing for the Central character could have delivered an even more engrossing experience.

It is Sunaina’s show all the way, and she has showed that she can single-handedly hold a film together.

Her dialogue delivery and body language matches the intensity of the story.

She has also effectively showcased the vulnerability of her character in the movie.

Ananth Nag, Rithu Mantra get prominent roles and have done complete justice to their characters.

Rest of the cast including Nivas Adithan, Dheena and Gajaraj have all delivered what was expected from them.

Music director Sathish Nair is impressive with his background score.

Camerawork by Pavi K. Pavan has captured the proceedings in an effective manner.

Rating: 3.2/5