Avatar Purusha Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Simple Suni
- Satisfying background score
- Cinematography and musical productions are a top-notch
- Immersive plot with a unique storyline
- Balance of comedy and horror
- Some unrealistic plotlines
- Disjoint narrative
- Few unnecessarily dragged-out plots
Avatara Purusha is a Kannada movie written and directed by Suni. The film got produced by Pushkara Mallikarjunaiah under the production company named Pushkar Films. The movie features a cast including Sharan and Ashika Ranganath in the lead role. P. Sai Kumar, Bhavya, Sudha Rani, Ashutosh Rana, Srinagara Kitty, and Sadhu Kokila play the supporting roles in the movie. The cinematography got carried out by William David and edited by Manu Shedgar. The music compositions by Arjun Janya with lyrics written by Kumaar and Priya Saraiya.
Rama Jois is an Ayurveda expert whose son goes missing under his sister’s watch, due to which all ties are severed. So the daughter of his sister Siri decides to mend their relationship once more by hiring a person to impersonate their son. Anila is a struggling actor who got tasked to pretend under Siri’s orders. After Anila enters the family to imitate his son, Rama Jois does not seem to believe him. But trouble begins once Anila gets pushed into a dangerous fight for Trishanku bead between the Jois family bringing out the mantras, voodoo, and black magic power in works.
Sharan played the lead role in the movie by performing naturally in a humorous act without disappointing the audience. Srinagara kitty and Ashika Ranganath portray their characters charmingly and creatively. Balaji Manohar and Ashutosh Rana bring out the creepy vibes through their phenomenal acting skills.
Avatara Purusha is the first part of a sequel that builds up the premise for its continuation to come. It showcases a family drama with a dark mystery and a few comedy bits to keep the audience entertained. The second half picks up the pace and follows the actual story with twists and turns. The movie is a hit for its technical productions and capable actors, but a miss in its execution as the plot lost its way from its core idea. The film showcases a lot of potentials but loses the opportunity to give an impactful experience.
What’s Not There?
Overall an entertaining movie that keeps audiences invested through its clever writing and visually pleasing work. A horror comedy that allows the audience to feel a range of emotions.