Director: Manu Ashokan
Uyare tells the story of a young lady Pallavi Raveendran who aspires to be a pilot. She is also in a relationship with Govind. Govind is possessive of Pallavi and his over-protective nature often annoys her. She is a classy and upright girl with brains. But she couldn't be herself in the presence of Govind. She gets her pilot license and that makes Govind insecure. All this leads her to ask him to leave her.
The next day, Govind throws acid on her face which results in disfigurement of her face on one side and her eyesight is impaired. She files a case against Govind but it is dismissed as there is not enough proof. Pallavi is distraught with this turn of her life but she is advised to become an air hostess by Vishal Rajashekharan. Initially, she hesitates due to an experience where a little boy is frightened of seeing her.
But Pallavi's father shows her a video where Vishal speaks in support of her and encourages her to take up the job. Will Pallavi comes out of her grief and becomes what she is initially destined to? What challenges she faces in her path and how she triumphs, in the end, form the rest of the story.
Uyare received universal acclaim both from the critics and the audience and went on to perform very well at the box office. Parvathy's performance received high acclaim and the deft handling of the subject by the debutant director Manu Ashokan received great praise. Uyare was also Pycker India's Best Movie of the Week (22-27 April 2019).