Story revolves around a small village named Thenmala. Aravind (Dulquer Salman) is working as an sales executive of a private gum company. Suddenly one day an unusual disease hits that village, which makes people dumb. Later Health department issues a statement that the only way to prevent this disease is by stop talking. Rest of the story shows how people live without speaking and how they survive this disease forms the crux of the story.
Script and Direction: Balaji Mohan has experimented with the movie with nice tale, but where he fails is in the presentation part. The second half of the movie will test your patience and makes us to decide the movie is worse. An average first half and a boring second half made this movie a miserable watch. What is more frustrating is that the people will speak only for 15 minutes in the second half of the film. It seems to be half baked.
Performances: End of the Samsaaram Aarogyathinu Haanikaram audience will wonder why even Dulquer Salman has acted in this movie. Nazriya is impressive with her role. Remaining supporting actors like Madhubala, Maniyan Pillai Raju, Dinesh Nair and others have done justice to their respective characters.
Technical Expertise: The frames were snapped beautifully by Soundara Pandyan. Editing by Abhinav Yadav is the biggest strength, which has avoided the movie in lagging to some extent.
Songs and BGM: Music Composer Sean Roldan is successful in scoring an impressive background score. But the songs of the film will falls in the average category.
Verdict: Samsaaram Aarogyathinu Haanikaram is not worth watching. It is also declared as a flop movie at Box Office. Wait for Dulquar Salman's upcoming film Bangalore Days, which is getting released on May 8, 2014.