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“ Asuravadham” is a Suspense thriller film scripted and directed by “Maruthu pandian.” Asuradhavadham star cast has " M Sasikumar" and Nandita Swetha in the lead roles. “ Vasumithra” played the antagonist. The film also has the star cast of “ Rajasimman,” Sreejith Ravi and Sheela Rajkumar. Leela Lalit Kumar produced the film under Seven Screen Studios banner. Asuravadham music director is Govind Menon and SR Kathir handles the camera. R Govindaraj edited the film. Dhilip Subbarayan is the action choreographer.
Samayan is being tortured by an anonymous phone call. The stranger warns him that he would die in a few days. Samayan searches throughout his house and even outside that anyone is watching him closely. But, he couldn’t find any. So, Samayan employs a few people for his security and they roam with the sickles. But, they couldn’t stand before the anonymous caller, who is angrily wandering with the gun. Who is the anonymous caller? Why he chases Samayan and threatens him? Watch the film in theaters!
Sasikumar, Nandita and Vasumithra had just lived in their roles. As usual, the character suits Sasikumar well. If Vasumithra gets out in the same costume, he is sure to get tightly from the people, who watched him in the film. His role is pure villainy.
Maruthupandian has proved that how an intelligent director could handle an ordinary story in a thrilling way that impresses the people. He has pulled out the best works from the cinematographer and the music director. With these two people in his hands, Maruthupandian makes the audiences come to the seat edge in the first half. We could say that SR Kathir is the second hero of the film. His cinematography is astonishing and the close-up shots are fantastic. The makeup didn’t lose its continuity and the art direction is pretty well.
What’s Not There?
Although it is a usual revenge story, the director has taken it neatly with the cinematographer, action choreographer and the music director. A good effort, indeed! Asuravadham is really an Asuravadham… a onetime watch!
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