Written and directed by RJ Shaan, the film has Hakim Shahjahan playing the male lead
The film revolves around the plight of a housewife named Chandra who is frustrated with her married life. The movie starts off with Chandra being on a phone call with a friend and the two discuss an issue and whether Chandra should discuss it with her husband. As the film’s plot progresses, Chandra’s husband, Das gets to know that his wife wants to seek sexual freedom and fulfill her fantasies. This issue angers Das and soon an argument between the couple leads to a revelation that can alter their marriage forever.
Anupama Parameshwaran has starred in a short film, which is gearing up for release. Titled Freedom at Midnight, it is written and directed by RJ Shaan. Hakim Shahjahan plays the male lead.
Produced by Akhila Midhun under the banner of Posh Magicae Creations, the film is shot by Abdul Rahim and edited by Joel Javi.
The film as mentioned earlier focuses on Chandra, a woman in her late 20’s frustrated due to her various roles in her house. Throughout the movie, whenever Chandra tries to make a statement and express herself, one of these roles interrupt her. While this subtle reminder is a sign of Chandra’s miserable life, it unfortunately creates a disturbance in some important scenes. Moreover, the film seems to drag the storyline in a few scenes and hence they seem unnecessary.