Aruvam Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Music Director:
- Director of Photography:
- Screenplay Writer:
- Story Writer:
- Playback Singer:
- The script is good
- The movie is technically strong and the production value is good
- The characterization is not strong
- The screenplay is not impressive and it is easily predictable
“Aruvam” is scripted and directed by Sai Shekar. The movie has the star cast of Siddharth Suryanarayan, Catherine Tresa, Kabir Duhan Singh, “Sathish,” Madhusudan Rao, Aadukalam Naren, Elango Kumaravel and Stunt Silva. The music composition is by S Thaman and the cinematography is by NK Ekambaram and editing is by “K L Praveen.” The movie is produced by Trident Arts.
Jyoti, who has a disability of feeling the smell is soft at heart. She helps the needy, feeds the old age home inmates and sets free the animals and birds that are caged. Jagan the food safety inspector starts loving Jyoti, after watching her closely. Jagan is an honest person and an orphan too. Yes, as he is honest, he earns a lot of villains who involved in food adulteration. What happens when the enemies surround him and attack? Did anyone come to his rescue? Watch the movie to know the rest.
Performance-wise Siddharth and Catherine did their job well. The rest of the stars had performed as directed.
The movie has a strong script, but the screenplay and execution are not gripping. When the heroine has a disability of smell, we will think that it will lead to some serious issues. But that didn't happen. When the hero is projected as an honest person, we will think that his character will be very strong, but the director disappoints us. The characterization of the stars is not impressive. When we expect a strong role for Siddharth like that of his previous hit movie Sivappu Manjal Pachai, the movie will disappoint us. However, the director has mixed the social issue and the horror and brought someone entertainment. Thaman’s BGM and the cinematography are good.
What's Not There?
Although the movie comes with a good plot, the screenplay and the narration lacks some depth. If you don't have any movies to watch and if you love any type of horror-comedy, then you can try it once!