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Aghavan Movie Review

Aghavan Movie Review Tamil Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Aghavan"
Runtime: 2 Hours 46 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 15-03-2019
Genre: Action, Drama
2.5 / 5.0



Aghavan” is scripted and directed by APG Elumalai. It is produced by R Ravichandran. The music composition is by C Sathya. Bala Palaniappan cranks the camera and LVK Dass edited the film. Aghavan features Kishore Ravichandran, Chirashree Anchan, Nithya Shetty, Chinni Jayanth, " R N R Manohar" and Thambi Ramaiah in the cast.


Kishore works in a temple and none know about his details. He says that as he wants to peel off the sins, he serves in the temple. But, the truth is that Kishore is a cop, who is appointed to safeguard the temple from a big gangsters group, who sketch to loot the temple’s wealth. A research scholar, who researches about the temple gets a lot of interesting information about its wealth and the place where it is hidden. As he is Kishore’s friend, he gives the details to him. The rest of the story deals with how Kishore saves the temple’s wealth and his research scholar friend.

Star Performance

Kishore had played his part well. The heroines are used as a template. Thambi Ramaiah’s comedy didn’t work much.


Aghavan is a different script. Before analyzing, we have to definitely appreciate the director for researching the script and matched it with the King Raja Raja Chozhan. The plot is interesting, but the treatment is not much crisper for the script. The music is okayish and the cinematography could have been handled better. The climax scene is interesting and the audiences would love to watch the climax than the rest of the story. If the director has gone for the known hero, it would have been reached much better.

What’s There?

  • The script is neat and different
  • Kishore has played his role well
  • Climax is impressive

What’s Not There?

  • The screenplay and the execution should have been better
  • Certain scenes test the patience
  • Heroines and the comedians don’t have anything useful to do


Aghavan has a good script. Although the climax is good, if the director had concentrated on the screenplay, it would have attracted a huge set of audiences. However, the film is definitely a one-time watch!