Pencil review, A great curiosity surrounding the much delayed ‘Pencil’ is undoubtedly how G.V. Prakash Kumar has performed in his debut vehicle. First time director Mani Nagaraj has chosen a campus murder mystery and for most parts keeps the audience interested.
The film opens in a classroom where an unknown assailant continuously stabs plus two student NIthin (Shariq Hassan) on the neck with a pencil until he drops dead. The story cuts back to introduce Nithin’s arch rival Siva (G. V. Prakash Kumar) who has his eyes on pretty classmate, Maya (Sri Divya) who does not reciprocate.
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