RAAME AANDAALUM RAAVANE AANDAALUM-Review



Produced by -2D Entertainment

Written and Wielded by –Arisil Moorthy

Cast-Mithun Manikkam, Ramya Pandian, Vadivel Murugan and Vani Bhojan

Censor Rating –U

Running Time-112 minutes

Rating -***1/2

Streaming on Amazon Prime

It is quite a while since the film lovers were treated to such a feast of humour with the script focussing on the travails of the village folks who struggle hard to find their feet while facing the challenges of life!
Arisil Moorthy has scripted the narration in such an effective manner that the new faces (most of the cast) appear as though they are real life characters living in an underdeveloped hamlet with innocence as their trademark!

Familiar faces as Ramya and Vani draw the viewers close to the film by their down to earth portrayals in their respective roles.

The music of Krishh adds more value to the film’s rural tone while the cinematography of Sukumar has captured the farms and fields of a rural setting in a very absorbing manner like the way it has presented the moods of the principal characters.

The theme is based on the sudden disappearances of two cows –one while the other is black -and how the lead pair, who looks upon the animals as their own family, suffers because of that.

As the narration unfolds, it is learnt that political inference is the reason as the film’s protagonist had rubbed a politician inadvertently on an occasion which had eventually been the reason for the disappearance of the animals!

As the Media enters the scene of action,  the much needed focus is laid on the disappearance and what happens finally is the interesting and engaging rest.

Miss not the movie...   

 

Produced by -2D Entertainment

Written and Wielded by –Arisil Moorthy

Cast-Mithun Manikkam, Ramya Pandian, Vadivel Murugan and Vani Bhojan

Censor Rating –U

Running Time-112 minutes

Rating -***1/2

Streaming on Amazon Prime

It is quite a while since the film lovers were treated to such a feast of humour with the script focussing on the travails of the village folks who struggle hard to find their feet while facing the challenges of life!
Arisil Moorthy has scripted the narration in such an effective manner that the new faces (most of the cast) appear as though they are real life characters living in an underdeveloped hamlet with innocence as their trademark!

Familiar faces as Ramya and Vani draw the viewers close to the film by their down to earth portrayals in their respective roles.

The music of Krishh adds more value to the film’s rural tone while the cinematography of Sukumar has captured the farms and fields of a rural setting in a very absorbing manner like the way it has presented the moods of the principal characters.

The theme is based on the sudden disappearances of two cows –one while the other is black -and how the lead pair, who looks upon the animals as their own family, suffers because of that.

As the narration unfolds, it is learnt that political inference is the reason as the film’s protagonist had rubbed a politician inadvertently on an occasion which had eventually been the reason for the disappearance of the animals!

As the Media enters the scene of action,  the much needed focus is laid on the disappearance and what happens finally is the interesting and engaging rest.

Miss not the movie...   

 

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