CAST & CREW
“Ariyippu” is scripted and directed by Mahesh Narayanan Mahesh Narayanan is an Indian writer and film edit >> Read More... . Kunchacko Boban Kunchacko Boban is a handsome young guy who got in >> Read More... , Mahesh Narayanan, and Shebin Backer Shebin Backer is a famous Malayalam producer, an e >> Read More... produced the film. Sanu Varghese Sanu Varghese is a cinematographer in India, who h >> Read More... is the cinematographer, and Mahesh Narayanan and Rahul Radhakrishnan Bio coming soon... >> Read More... are the editors. Sushin Shyam Sushin Shyam is a playback singer. He is related t >> Read More... is the music composer of Ariyippu. The film features Kunchacko Boban, Divya Prabha, Danish Husain, Loveleen Mishra Having acted in the country's first television >> Read More... , Faizal Malik, Kannan Arunasalam, Kiran Peethambaran Bio coming soon... >> Read More... , Sidharth Bhardwaj Sidharth Bhardwaj is an Indian model, video jockey >> Read More... , and Dimpy Mishra.
Harish and Reshmi work in a factory in Noida. During the pandemic, they were stuck there. They were trying for a visa to move abroad but could not make it due to the pandemic and hence working in Noida. Meanwhile, a video of their workplace with Reshmi posing in it became viral and put them in trouble. Their boss takes a dig at them, though they were not responsible for that edited video. Actually, it was a video shot by Harish, which was edited and made to turn against them. So who edited the video, and why did they put this couple in trouble? The rest of the film deals with it.
Kunchacko and Divya Prabha did justice to the given roles. Both their expressions and body language are fantastic. They didn’t overdo anything and spoiled the nature of the character and the script.
The story is simple yet exciting. The fantastic screenplay makes the audience wait eagerly for the next scene. It has a decent subplot, which was perfectly connected to the main plot without any mistakes. The visuals make us feel as if we are traveling to the places with the leads, and the editing is perfect. The BGM is fantastic. The artist selection is impressive, and they’ve given measured performances.
What’s Not There?
With a simple story, Mahesh Narayanan has given an excellent film full of natural performances. If you love watching performance-oriented movies, this will impress you!
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