Aarathu Sinam movie review is here. Starring Arulnithi and Aishwarya Rajesh in the lead, Aarathu Sinam is an official remake of Jeethu Joseph's Malayalam flick, Memories.
So what does Aarathu Sinam has to offer and how different is it when compared with the original version? Continue reading the movie review to know.
Check out what fans think about the movie in the slides below:
A fan named Sathish wrote on his Twitter page, "One of the finest action - thriller movie for @arulnithitamil #AarathuSinam is a family power packed movie Must watch in theatre."
HARI KIRAN @harikiranroyal
Apparently, Hari Kiran is quite happy with the Telugu flick Kshanam as well. He said, "Seems lyk dis is time of Thrillers. 1. @AdiviSesh 's #Kshanam. 2. @arulnithitamil, @MusicThaman's #AarathuSinam becoming Blockbusters proves it."
Thanikai S @thanikaiv
A fan named Thanikai S thinks the movie is awesome with brilliant performance by Arulnithi, he posted, "#AarathuSinam #Awesome_Movie @arulnithitamil excellent performance bro @dirarivazhagan sir #thriller_Ride #Magical_screenplay #Love_it."
Sharlin Arulanantham @Sharlin231
Sharlin Arulanantham wrote, "@arulnithitamil Seeing great reviews, Im dying to see #AarathuSinam Eager to see the movie soon! Can't wait! Congrats to the team!!! Superb!"
Haricharan Pudipeddi @pudiharicharan
Haricharan Pudipeddi posted on his social media page, "@MusicThaman's score a big plus for #AarathuSinam. Knows exactly how to accentuate the mood of the film with his work."
Raisa Nasreen @RaisaNasreen
Raisa Nasreen posted, "Half way through #AarathuSinam. Who insisted on adding the comic sequence in this film! Ruins the pace."
Pradeep wrote on his Twitter page, "#AarathuSinam Good enough cop movie, very different to the one released last week. Arivazhagan has done a good remake it seems."
A fan named Prakash appreciated Arulnithi for choosing the right scripts, he said, "watched @arulnithitamil's #Aarathusinam crime thriller. He is the best in choosing script. Keep it up bro."
Common Man Sathish @SathishMSK
Sathish said, "#Aarathusinam - Arulnithi has not tried to imitate Prithivraj, which most of the actors does in remake movies & hence, it looks natural and he had given his best ever performance."
Praveen posted on his Twitter page, "@Atharvaamurali @arulnithitamil both movies are getting positive movies !! back to back hit for both the heroes #Kanithan #AarathuSinam."
Aarathu Sinam Plot:
A sincere police officer, played by Arulnithi, turns into an alcoholic after helplessly watching his wife and daughter, murdered by his adversaries.
When his mother and younger brother slip into anxiety by deducing that he might end up a dipsomaniac for the rest of his life, his superior officer requests him to take up a case.
After much of pestering by his mother and others, he takes up the case, which has to do with the disappearance and murder of young married men.
Will he be able to stop the serial killer on the prowl while being an alcoholic? Is there a connection between this case and the brutal murder of his family? Watch Aarathu Sinam in a theatre to unlock the answers.
Arulnithi has underplayed his role to perfection. It shouldn't come across as a surprise if many calls this performance his best till date.
Though Aishwarya Rajesh doesn't have much to prove in this flick, the Kaaka Muttai actress looks absolutely gorgeous whenever she appears on the big screen.
Supporting actors like Radharavi, Tulasi and Robo Shankar are impressive with their credible performances.
Aarathu Sinam is technically brilliant and adds to the overall cinematic experience. Though the movie takes time in establishing its characters (first 30 minutes), it manages to keep you guessing throughout.
Second half is a real treat as it lives up to the movie's reputation of being a crime thriller. Having said that comical portions hinder the overall pace of Aarathu Sinam.
Music by Thaman is a major positive. His background score is top-notch as it elevates the tension to a good extent. Not to mention, it also adds stability to the movie.
Cinematography by Aravinnd Singh is yet another positive of Aarathu Sinam. His angles are refreshingly good and the visuals are as slick as it can get.
Overall, Aarathu Sinam is an honest attempt by director Arivazhagan, who does full justice to a tried and tested script.