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Aramm is a sincere, high intensity, and socially responsible drama that shines. You will love Aramm whether you are a Nayan fan or not!
Aramm features the lady super star Nayanthara in the lead role. As you have already assumed she does flawlessly carry the movie on her shoulders all the way.
The movie is certainly a bold and engaging move and will leave you in awe. Nayan plays a heavy and responsible role and her facial expressions are just awesome.
#Aramm: Boldly touches many important hurdles in the system, without forcing anything into the grid. Lots of thrilling moments that’ll arise cheers ultimately.
— Vinith❤Tammy (@ViniSayz) November 9, 2017
In short, Nayan just does justice to her “lady super star” title in the role.
The movie’s plot itself is so intense and will cast a deep impact. The movie does take a while to establish itself, but once that’s done the screenplay keeps you tied to the movie.
Nayanthara is the apt cast for this role and we cannot think of anyone else doing justice for this role or even fit in aptly with much ease.
The lady super star delivers concrete dialogues and makes sure the facial expressions add intensity to those dialogues. And yes, she does deserve a lot of applause.
The supporting cast do well on their part. Especially, Sunu Lakshmi deserves a special mention as she has displayed awesome performance as a mother of three.
The plot and highlights of Aramm
Aramm is a movie that creates social awareness and it does boldly touch flaws in the system. The story is based on the water scarcity problem (among other problems) of a small village.
Nayan plays a strict and clean district collector, Madhivadhani. The screenplay does make the movie look like a documentary.
You also get a few “preachy” moments here and there. But such a mix is truly essential for a film of this kind.
Even though you have Nayanthara on board, you cannot see any instances where a commercial aspect or masala is pincluded in the film. In that context you can call the film clean.
The actress is known for her stellar performances in movies like “Nanum Rowdy Than” and “Dora” but Aramm seems to the best in her career so far.
The last 30 minutes of the movie will give you some “awe” and “I did not expect that coming” moments.
#Aramm Interval: Completely engrossing so far. Centered on a village incident with Nayan at the helm. Jaw-dropping intensity, didn’t see that coming.
— Sidhu (@sidhuwrites) November 9, 2017
The movie touches many issues, and it does in a sensible way. All the core characters hold on to their emotions right at every scene and nowhere is that diluted.
Technically, Aramm shines.
Gopi has made every effort to keep the story telling tight throughout the movie. Avoiding the commercial elements is a big plus to the movie and the director deserves a special applaud for that.
Om Prakash’s camera certainly does deliver the emotions of the village and the scarcity issue with great clarity.
Ruben’s editing is apt for the movie and doesn’t involve fast cuts. And, that’s what is needed for the film of this kind.
Ghibran’s music scores big time. It aptly compromises the emotions and mood of the movie throughout.
Aramm – Verdict
Aramm is definitely a bold film. It points out many flaws in the system. The start cast involving Nayan in the lead role and other perfectly supporting characters is a big plus.
Nayan simply does deliver her best in the movie, that too effortlessly. In particular, watch out for Nayan’s stellar performance in the climax.
The movie’s tight screenplay loosens a bit in a few scenes. The scenes that involve TV discussions seem to slow down the momentum and might divert the audience from the core.
Other than that Aramm is a sincere effort that shines.
Go watch this high intensity, socially responsible drama in the theatre this weekend. You will love Aramm whether you are a Nayan fan or not!