Mercury Movie Review, Rating – A Silent Thriller Mercury Review


Mercury Movie Review: After 30 years in Indian Cinema, there is another movie which came with a silent background. It is Prabhu Deva Starrer Mercury. The movie has gathered so much of attention as it is going to be released in 5 different languages across the country. This include Hindi, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam. The movie is teh first collaboration between Prabhu Deva and Karthik Subbaraj.

Mercury is Indian silent horror thriller film written and directed by Karthik Subbaraj. It stars an ensemble cast including Prabhu Deva, Sananth Reddy, Deepak Paramesh, Shashank Purushotham, Anish Padmanabhan, Indhuja and Gajaraj. Tirru was hired as the cinematographer after his recent work on Vanamagan, his first collaboration with Karthik Subbaraj. The trailer of the movie released on 10th April 2018.

Directed by Karthik Subbaraj
Produced by Kaarthekeyen Santhanam
Jayantilal Gada
Written by Karthik Subbaraj
  • Prabhu Deva
  • Sananth Reddy
  • Deepak Paramesh
  • Shashank Purushotham
  • Anish Padmanabhan
  • Indhuja
  • Gajaraj
Music by Santhosh Narayanan


What is Mercury About ?

Five long-time friends, all of whom are maimed as a result of Mercury poisoning, come together for their high school reunion. But a moment of mischief and misfortune during the after-party puts them on a one way road to hell. The group of six youngsters get stuck in a ghost town whose population died due to mercury poisoning. Prabhu Deva will play the villain opposite the protagonists Sananth, Deepak, Anish, Shashank and Induja.


Everyone thinks that silent thriller can’t make it through with the story as the director can’t explain the situation. But, Karthik Subbaraj has made everything into his own style and use to make the film more horrifying. The cast of the film also has a very slight chance of making mistake which they didn’t. Background score by Santosh Narayanan fill in for the missing words and keep you on the edge. Sound design by Kunal Rajan and cinematographer S. Tirru brilliantly lights up the screen.

Mercury Movie Rating: 3.5/5

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