Pattathu Arasan Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Subaskaran Allirajah
- Raja Mohammed
- Mani Amuthavan
- Music Composer:
- Mohamaad Ghibran
- The performances of the stars are neat
- The screenplay and execution are good
- There are a few loopholes seen here and there
Pattathu Arasan is scripted and directed by "Sarkunam." Subaskaran Allirajah produced the film under LYCA Productions banner. "Atharvaa," "Rajkiran," Ashika Ranganath, Raadhika Sarathkumar, "V Jayaprakash," RK Suresh," "Singampuli," Ravi Kale, "Shatru," Bala Saravanan, Raj Ayyappa, and GM Kumar are cast. The music composition is by Mohamaad Ghibran. The visuals are captured by Loganathan Srinivasan, and the film is edited by Raja Mohammad.
Potheri, the Kabaddi player, has two wives. Chinnadurai is the grandson of Potheri and his second wife. Chinnadurai has no good terms with his grandfather and his first wife's family. But he always respects them and never lets them down before others. One of the grandsons of Potheri, Chellaiah, gets selected to play in the pro-kabaddi league. But, the enemies of Potheri, set up a situation to defame Potheri and Chellaiah, and after getting framed as a traitor, Chellaiah ends his life. Chinnadurai, upset about his brother's death, wants to punish the culprits behind his death. So, he joins hands with his grandfather and decides to bring the culprits out. Were they successful? The rest of the film deals with it.
Atharvaa has done his best. His body language, expressions, and dialogue delivery are perfect. He excels in emotional scenes. Rajkiran, being a natural performer, has done his best again. Ashika and Singampuli have done their best.
Though the story is not fresh and unique, it has some exciting sequences. The screenplay is good. The cast selection is fantastic; all the stars fit well in the given roles and have done justice. The visuals are beautifully captured, and the color tone is pleasing. The BGM is good, and the songs are decent too.
What's Not There?
Pattathu Arasan is a decent family entertainer, making sports movie lovers and Atharvaa fans enjoy it. For the general audience, it is watchable once!