March 2, 2012

Aravaan Movie Review

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Vasantha Balan Recreates a Magic once again

Aravaan, set in the mid 18th century, is the story of an ordinary man with extraordinary skills.Aravaan is based on one of the many stories that were part of the Novel 'Kaavalkottam'.

The film revolves around two villages that were in conflict with each other almost 300 years back.Dhansika plays the female lead opposite Aadhi. Her character, Vanapechi, is a girl who is very calm but at the same time wild.

She is a person who possesses the potential to complete any task that she sets her mind on.


Aadhi has done a tremendous job and has moved on to his next level of acting. While Pasupathyscores big time after his performance in VeyilDhansika with her killer looks and matured acting has proved that she has a long way to go, no wonder that she waited for Aravaan release by put pause to all other offers.

Anjali and Bharath's special appearances are need of the situation. Swetha Menon with her cunning and crafty ways have proved her villianous qualities. Cinematography by Siddharth is the back bone to Aravaan, he captures the locations to justify as a periodic film.

Music and Background score by Karthik is a major plus, Vasathabalan has narrated a novel in a simple manner which will attract all centres.


Aravaan is sure to remain as a milestone in the making of a periodic film.

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