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CBI 5: The Brain (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating

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CBI 5: The Brain Movie Details

CBI 5: The Brain is a Malayalam-language mystery thriller film directed by K. Madhu and written by S. N. Swami. The film stars Mammootty reprising his role as Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) officer Sethurama Iyer along with an ensemble cast. It is the fifth installment of CBI film series. The film was released on 1 May 2022 and received mixed reviews.

CBI 5: The Brain Movie Release Date

The Movie released on May 1 2022 as Eid release in theaters.

CBI 5: The Brain Movie OTT Release Date

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OTT Release Date 3rd June 2022
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Tv Release Date July 2022

CBI 5: The Brain Movie Cast

  • Mammootty as Sethurama Iyer, S.P., C.B.I.
  • Mukesh as Chacko, CI, C.B.I.
  • Jagathy Sreekumar as Vikram, Dy.S.P. (Retd.), C.B.I.
  • Saikumar as D.Y.S.P. Sathyadas
  • Renji Panicker as Balagopal, CI, C.B.I.
  • Anoop Menon as I.G. Unnithan
  • Soubin Shahir as Paul Meijo / Mansoor / Sandeep
  • Dileesh Pothan as Chief Minister
  • Asha Sharath as Adv. Prathibha Sathyadas
  • Kaniha as Susan George / Ambika Unnithan
  • Ansiba Hassan as Anitha, C.B.I. Officer
  • Ramesh Pisharody as Vinay, S.I., C.B.I.
  • Prasanth Alexander as Sudhi, A.S.I., C.B.I.
  • Malavika Menon as Aparna, I.P.S. Trainee
  • Santhosh Keezhattoor as D.Y.S.P. Babu Raj

CBI 5: The Brain Movie Review

Satisfying one’s inner investigator while watching a movie is a precious experience that viewers frequently share with their fellow audience members as they exit the theater. The CBI series, on the other hand, does not allow you to develop your own simple conclusions since it conceals the genuine perpetrators in its stories through a maze of deception, false suspicions, and more. CBI 5 is no exception, and it is a worthy successor to the previous films in the genre.

CBI officers Balu (Renji Panicker) and Sharath (Ramesh Pisharody) discuss a case that confused them until the clue to the truth was eventually revealed in the characteristic CBI style in a session for freshly trained IPS officers. The case, which was pushed on the agency, involved a series of murders called “basket killings” by the media. Sethurama Iyer (Mammootty) takes it up, and he pursues every clue, fragment of memory, and unthinking phrase that eventually reveals the true criminal.

Because the tale revolves around a number of killings, you may lose track of it unless you pay close attention. There are numerous suspects; their identities and motives, as well as randomly thrown hook lines from various situations, may cause you to distrust everyone else on the screen. But, as they say at the film’s’session,’ this is a case that actually tests the ‘brainy’ Iyer as well, thus it’s not one of those reel cases that one can definitely binge-watch. As new scenarios and suspects develop, one should be as involved as the detectives. And if you find that interesting, the events can be fascinating; otherwise, they can be puzzling.

As the cops continue to piece together the problems during the first intermission, one’s head can bubble up with a lot of information, analysis, and more. The film succeeds in keeping us on pins and needles in the second half, until the vital hint is ultimately dissected by Mr. Iyer.

The character is a breeze for Mammootty, whose mannerisms as Iyer are, once again, impeccable. Fans of Jagathi Sreekumar’s character Vikram will also find a few fun and essential moments on the big screen. Despite various faults that may have arisen due to the actor’s current health condition, the team deserves praise for fitting his character into the tale. The series’ beloved background score adds oomph to the story as the investigating team crosses each of their milestones.

There are several sequences in the beginning of the story that reveal a handful of dead bodies, and the creators don’t do much to hide the gruesome nature of the murders. For individuals who have difficulty digesting such scenes, this is a warning.

The picture is a mystery-filled treat for fans of the franchise and the genre, and it is delightfully star-studded and complex. Simply avoid spoilers as much as possible!

Duration: 122 min


IMDb: 6.6

CBI 5: The Brain (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
CBI 5: The Brain (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
CBI 5: The Brain (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating


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