Monday, February 29, 2016

Aarathu Sinam Review

Cast: Arulnidhi, Aishwarya Dutta, Ishwarya Rajesh, Robo Shankar
Dialog, Direction & Screenplay: Arivazhagan 
Story: Jeethu Joseph 
Music & Background Score: Thaman 
Cinematography: Aravind Singh 

Aarathu sinam, occupying the thriller genre, makes an arrival of yet another malluwood movie "Memories" from Jeethu Joseph. 

One liner of the movie is revenge taken by a person who has been bestowed and a cop revealing it. By taking the story of Memories as a base, screenplay was beautifully bound which makes it a decent thriller with a perfect technical effects. 

After the demise of his wife and daughter, Aravind (Arulnidhi) turns to an alcoholist. Simultaneously, police department was struggling in the case of serial killing which was happening at the different places with the same types. Joint Commissioner, Radha Ravi , seeks the help of Aravind to solve this case. Reluctantly, he accepts the offer. Actual story runs on how Aravind removes the knot and finds the murderer. 

Arulnidhi played as a best cop and makes a perfect match for it. Ishwarya Rajsesh perfomed as the wife of Arulnidhi. Though she fills the screen for less time, still she attracts the audience with her grace. Aishwarya dutta has played as a journalist. She has less scope is this film. Robo shankar, as a cop, could have used better. 

Thaman's re-recording adds up the best effects to the genre. Editing of Rajesh Kannan is neat but still, first half could have been even more short and crisp. Aravind Singh's cinematography was really awesome and the coverage of night scenes was truly well done. There is only a single fight in the climax and Dhilip Subburayan made it right and the best. 

Overall, This movie is the must watch and surely, attracts the audience. 

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