A bright but misunderstood student, who has a passion for BMX and a love for science, in his search for humanity. His faith in humanity is tested when something unexpected happens.
Nonsense is Malayalam BMX movie directed by debutant MC Jithin. The movie which is touted to be a teen drama stars new faces Rinosh George and Febiya in the key roles. Vinay Fort, Shruthi Ramachandran, KPAC Lalitha, Sudhi Koppa, and Kalabhavan Shajohn also appear in other prominent roles of Nonsense. Rinosh George who plays the lead role is popular for his music singles like I Am A Malluand This Is Begaluru.Nonsense has the specialty that it is the first BMX film to be shot in India.
|Nonsense Movie||Cast and Crew details ,News, Complete Details|
|Director of Nonsense||M C Jithin|
|Release date of Nonsense||12-10-2018|
|Hero of Nonsense||Rinosh George|
|Heroine of Nonsense||Febiya|
|Cinematography||Alex J Pulikkal|
|Script||M C Jithin, Libin T B|
|Latest News about Nonsense||Latest News|
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There are numerous problems for the new movie starring Rinosh George, rightly titled Nonsense. Nonsense was promoted as a movie about a BMX enthusiast. But apart from his enthusiasm towards BMX sport, there is hardly any BMX in the film and there is no real need for BMX in the film. This movie is just an extended version of an average short film that has too many outdated plot elements and irrelevant subplots.
Arun is our hero who is interested in BMX. He aspires to become something in that sport. And he is a practical learner who can’t solve an equation through the method but can explain it in the most practical way. He is this guy who always lands up in trouble and teachers find his acts in the classroom ridiculous. So how this perspective about Arun changes over the course of an event that happens on a Harthal day is what Nonsense telling us.
By the time the movie reached its last few minutes, the guy who sat behind me expressed his wish to “appreciate” the writer of this film. Well, I was able to sympathize with his agitation as this movie was being ridiculously silly after the first half an hour or so. I felt a bit cheated seeing the terrible way of inclusion of BMX into this movie. A misunderstood bad boy proves to his teacher that he is good at heart by doing something for which the teacher would be grateful to him forever. That’s it. After a point, this idea becomes evident for all of us and the movie Nonsense just lingers on pointless subplots to just go on and on. Just to show the greatness of the hero the movie decides to take a detour that covers modern day politics, selfishness, moral policing etc. These portions are so flat that you just wish the movie will use it for the story to move forward and to your disappointment; those portions stick out like a sore thumb.