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Movie : Aarambam
Director : Vishnuvardhan
Music : Yuvan Shankar Raja
Cinematography : Om Prakash
Producers : A. M. Rathnam, A. Raghuram
Thala Ajith’s much awaited box office film Arrambam (Aarambam) story is said to be a modern action thriller movie.
Being directed by Vishnuvardhan, the movie Aarambam (Arrambam) has Ajith Kumar, Arya, Nayanthara and Taapsee Pannu in the lead roles while music is being scored by Yuvan Shankar Raja (YSR).
A. M. Rathnam, the producer proudly shared that the story carries a modern thought of the earlier movie Indian in Shankar’s direction.
The story of Aarambam is on the subject to a start of a fight back to accomplish something.
Ajith, will be essaying the role of an intelligence agency officer in the movie Aarambam (Arrambam). Arya and Nayanthara are also playing crucial roles in the movie.
Aarambam is expected to be another milestone for Ajith in his career and hit the box office records with decent collections.
Aarambam Movie Story:
It is said to be a revenge story. Reports say that Ajith Kumar, whose character name is Ashok, will be seen in the role of a cop along with his friend played by Telugu actor Rana Daggubati. The title track ‘Adadada arrambame’ comes as an introduction song. Mahesh Manjrekar plays the role of a minister, who is into illegal activity.
Ashok convinces good-guy superhacker to join him in his mission. Tapasee Pannu plays the role of Arya’s girlfriend, whereas Nayantara is the love interest of Ajith Kumar. How all these characters get connected to each other form the crux of Arrambam story.
Here, we are bringing you the reviews posted by audience, who have seen the movie abroad and posted on various social networking sites.
Aarambam Movie Performances:
The large mass of Ajith fans have plenty of moments to scream and whistle in delight. Ajith’s screen presence is mighty as ever, and his classy salt and pepper looks and V neck T shirts suit his character’s mean streak. The star’s prowess at stunts and his knack of taking risks for the stunt scenes is all too well-known and when he dives out of a van onto an approaching car and zooms around in a Ducati, the entire crowd rises in unison to clap. Even some of Ajith’s subtle gestures, his gait and his typical shades delight his fans.
Arya is energetic and spunky as ever and has done his part well. Watch out for a little part where Arya will throw you off your seats with his appearance. His light-hearted comments at apt moments bring about a few chuckles. Taapsee is referred to as the ‘drama queen’ and she is sure to make a few hearts melt as the girly journalist. Nayanthara puts on a fiery face when required and also showcases her oomph and style in many scenes. This superstar continues to shine. Kishore as the honest cop is earnest as ever while Mahesh Manjrekar’s histrionics are a welcome introduction to Tamil audiences.
Rana’s portion in the second half is a highlight and there is one arresting sequence featuring him and Ajith, which is sure to grip the audiences. Great work on this segment particularly.
Among the movie’s few slack moments include the ‘Stylish Thamizhachi’ number featuring Akshara Gowda. The ‘Adada Arrambame’ number, though a crowd pleaser and flamboyantly picturized, stands out a bit sorely at the start. ‘Melala Vedikkudhu’ takes the cake as the best song sequence and it’s a riot of colours and revelry as the actors dance merrily for Holi. ‘Hare Rama’ isn’t to be seen in the movie. Arya and Taapsee feature in ‘En Fuse Pochu’ and few nice effects embellish the song.
Aarambam Movie Technicalities :
Director Vishnuvardhan, writer duo Subha and editor Sreekar Prasad have to be commended for managing to keep the audiences hooked to their seats for a majority of the movie with very few drag moments. With a running time of more than two and a half hours, the screenplay is taut and crisp enough to keep the crowd arrested.
Yuvan’s work on the BGM doesn’t demand your attention as much as it did in Mankatha and Billa. But still, he has added enough muscle to the tension and action in the movie with his score. Om Prakash’s work on the camera befits the movie’s stature as a slick and glossy commercial action entertainer.
The stunt choreographers, Jegan, Kecha and Lee Whittaker, take the credit for the numerous action set pieces and it is slam bam all the way. The climax sequence and the boat chase are racy.
Being a commercial movie, you have to suspend disbelief and not look for too much logic and reasoning. There are a few sudden jumps in the movie’s flow and its better not to question them too much, and just enjoy the bond type commercial offering from Ajith.
Aarambam Movie Positives:
Interval….racy first half…thumbs up
Aarambam Movie Negatives:
Typical subject, BGM (at some point) & Choreography
Aarambam Movie Final word and Review Ratings:
Arrambam is well packed completed entertainer which deals with engaging screenplay, characterization and excellent cinematography