Aramm Teaser Review

Aramm Teaser Review

Features 6-Apr-2017 12:29 PM IST RM Comments

The escalation of career graph for Nayantara has been proceeding at a decent momentum. Following ‘Maya’, her last week release ‘Dora’ had an impactful scenario with passable reviews and in fact, getting good reception on performance. Now her fourth outing in female protagonist role titled ‘Aramm’ has been sending out decorous waves of vibrations. First look teaser of this film directed by Minjur Gopi, who earlier was under the spotlights to ‘Kaththi’ script issue, was unveiled last evening. It is completely acceptable that it is going to be out and out film based on the crisis of irrigation with the indulgence of corporate industries.

The teaser has a running length of 1 minute 6 seconds and what you get as a whole is something called ‘Amateur’. To be precise, it’s just the musical score by Ghibran that stands out to be a major attraction. The edited visuals are so much of amateur elements and we don’t find a very much depth in cinematography. Somewhere it makes us unbelievable that Om Prakash has handled cinematography. He has been a visual magician of films like Arrambam, Kaashmora and many more.

It is obvious that the whole movie is all about the pathos of farmers and it looks so much artificial and amateurish. When the name Nayantara flashes upon the screen, there is a trumpet and heroic sound, which looks intentional. Her screen presence is not so much appealing and she looks feeble and weak.

Maybe, the makers come up with some enhancements through the theatrical trailer of the movie.

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