CAST & CREW
Arishadvarga, a neo-noir thriller is scripted and directed by Arvind Kamath. Besides directing, he produced the film under the Kanasu Talkies banner. The film has “ Avinash Avinash is a Kannada actor, who has starred in Sou >> Read More... ” and Samyuktha Hornad in the lead roles. Nanda Gopal Bio coming soon... >> Read More... , Anju Alva Naik, MG Sathya, Aravind Kuplikar Aravind Kuplikar is an Indian stage actor turned f >> Read More... , Gopalkrishna Deshpande Gopal Krishna Deshpande is an Indian film actor wh >> Read More... , Sripathi Manjanabayalu and are in the supporting cast. Udit Haritas composed the music and cinematography is by Balaji Manohar Balaji Manohar is an Indian-Actor. He mainly works >> Read More... . Beena Paul Born in 1961, Beena Paul is a renowned film editor >> Read More... , Arvind Kamath, Divya Raghuram and Bharath MC edited the film.
Anish is an aspiring actor. Although he wants to concentrate only on his ambition, his current financial position makes him earn money in a different way. He was directed to meet his client, who had a surprise for him. While starting off to that place, he didn’t know that he will fall prey to the situation. What happened to Anish? Watch the film to know the rest.
Anish played by Mahesh, had a large scope of acting and the actor utilized it well. Avinash, Samyukta and Gopalkrishna did a good job.
The story starts off on an interesting note with different characters with minds full of ambitions and the way to achieve them. The casting team has done a great job by picking up the right artist for the character. However, the narration should have been a bit better. There are some twists and turns and they are designed perfectly. Each character brings a twist and that helps the screenplay.
What’s Not There?
The film travels fast in certain places and a bit slow in certain places, wherever necessary. The film shows some relaxed situations as well as high pressured situations that make the audience develop a bonding with the movie characters. Arishadvarga is definitely worth watching!
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