Aramm – An eye-opener
Finally, the wait is over, the most anticipated movie of Nayanthara’s “Aramm” is out in theaters near you. With a strong storyline, narration, dialogues, and performance this film stands tall this week. Nayanthara has proved her mantle as the best performer and yes no wonder she is called as the Lady Superstar. To know more about the movie, read our review below:
|Release date: 09 Nov 2017||Genre: Drama|
|Cast: Nayanthara, Sunu Lakshmi, Ramesh, Vignesh, Vinodhini Vaidyanathan, Ramachandran Durairaj and many others||Written & Director by Gopi Nainar|
|Music by Ghibran||Cinematography Om Prakash|
|Edited by Ruben||Production company KJR Studios|
|Distributed by Sun TV, Trident Arts||Runtime: 120 Minutes|
|Language Tamil||CBFC Rating ‘U’|
- Nayanthara as Madhivadhani makes no stone unturned. She pulls the role with ease as gives a strong performance.
- Sunu Lakshmi and Ramachandran Durairaj have given the best as the lead couples and the expressions are top notch.
- Kaaka Muttai Ramesh and the child who played the role of five-year-old daughter Danshika have performed well.
- Om Prakash’s cinematography needs a special mention as the tone sets well for the film.
- Ghibran’s bgm scores well as it helps in elevating the scenes.
- Screenplay is bit dragging.
- Gives a documentary feel.
The entire cast of this flick has given their best and yes, Nayanthara has given her 100% for the role she has played. The dialogues and her expressions are solid and strike the right chord. Kudos to the director for choosing Lady Superstar to do this role as she was able to carry the role with ease and was also able to spread the message to the wider section of the crowd.
Sunu Lakshmi performs well as a mother, emotions are well delivered and created a greater impact. Ramachandran Durairaj as an emotional father scores well. The child who played the role of five-year-old Danshika emotes well and makes us weep at few places. Kaaka Muttai Ramesh plays a key role and does his part well.
Technically this film is brilliant. Thanks to the director Gopi Nainar for not mixing up masala just for the sake of adding it to grab the audience attention. The script in the meantime doesn’t sound preachy or go overboard. Ghibran’s background music elevates the scenes and it is the major plus in this movie.
Cinematography by Om Prakash needs a special mention as it’s a visual treat and a major highlight in this film as the tone sets well.
The storyline is what you need to look for as it delivers a strong message to the masses but it gives a documentary feel.
Editing by Ruben is crisp and neat and he was able to keep up the pace of the movie throughout.
Bottom line – Thought provoking and a must watch for this week.
Certified Fresh – YES!
Stars – [rating=3.5]