Release Date: November 24, 2020
3Movierulz.in Rating: 3 / 5
Cast: Vinoth Kishan, Arjun Das, Pooja Ramachandran, Misha Ghoshal
Director: V. Vignarajan
Producers: Priya Attlee, Sudhan Sundaram, Jayaram, K Poorna Chandra
Editing: Sathyaraj Natarajan
Cinematography: A M Edwin Sake
Music: Pradeep Kumar
The latest film starring actor Arjun Das, who appeared in the villain role in the Tamil blockbuster Khaidi Movie last year, is "Andhaghaaram". Launched as a mystery thriller, the film is now digitally released on Netflix. And now let's see how this movie looks like.
The film revolves around three key roles. Indian (Kumar Natarajan) as a psychiatrist, Vinod (Arjun Das) as a cricket coach, and Surya (Vinod Kishan) as a blind man. What is the common point between these three? Also, what is the story behind everyone? All you need to do is give them an outlet and the support they need to keep going.
The role of Vinod, who first appeared as a cricket coach in the three key roles in the film, is very interesting. As well as a few other mystery elements it feels even more interesting around this roll. Also, the film takes on a darker shade throughout and immerses itself in it.
Vinoth Kishan, who also appeared in another key role, gave an outstanding performance. Very well settled as a person with visual impairment. The conditions under which such a person falls are very naturally made and shown.
Also, Kumar Natarajan who appeared in another key role gave a good out foot. He also did full justice to the role, which was crucial to the film. And the detail that will be revealed to complete the film as well seems even more interesting. They are well handled.
It is important to note that the film is about three hours long. This is a bit of a test for most people. Also, if the audience is not interested in such films, the audience may lose patience.
It has to be said that it is a bit of a minus. The role of Natarajan, who is also expected to play a good interesting role in the film, is clearly missing from the audience due to the lack of some details. That is why it would be good if we are still careful about such a key role.
The same goes for Arjun Das, another key role. A phone call episode that came to him did not have a proper presentation. Also for the first hour, the viewers may not understand much due to missing proper connections.
When you hear the title of the movie, it means that the film is visually crucial. Cinematographer AM Edwin Sake provided similar information on how to show such films. A dark shade pervades the film and makes it very interesting. Also, the background score provided by Pradeep Kumar is impressive.
Also the film editor Sathyaraj Natarajan left some scenes without reducing them despite the scope. The film looks more gripping if such scenes are so cute. When it comes to director V Vignarajan, he has chosen a good backdrop and tried to add thriller elements to it.
This effort is really delightful. But care must be taken in the matter of narrative. It would have been nice to have added more details about some of the characters keeping in mind the length. In this case but better care would have come out.
Taken as a whole, the dark film highlights the thrilling elements as well as the good performances of the cast as well as the stories behind each role with a visual backdrop to the story. But in some interesting aspects, the details are missing as well as the length is a bit disappointing. Just put these aside so those who love suspense thriller movies will love it.