Aruvi Movie Review

December 14, 2017

Aruvi by debutant Arun Prabhu Purushothaman is a whiff of fresh air in Tamil cinema. The plot, emotion and performances of the artsi9te make it a grand affair.

Aditi Balan, Anjali Varathan, Pradeep Antony and Mohammad Ali Baig play the lead, while the cast also includes Mani Kutti, Lakshmi Gopalaswamy and Shweta Sekar in pivotal roles.

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Aruvi Movie English Review

Having spent her childhood and teenage happily with her micro family of father, mother and brother, Aruvi is chased away by her parents during her youth for an unrevealed reason.

Following this, the protagonist goes through a lot of challenges socially and sexually which she fights back with a lot of pain.

Eventually, at one point, Aruvi reveals the reason for being chased away from her home which reverts back at all those who had sexually harassed her.

With a shocking twist in the middle of the plot, the movie travels towards an emotional path from here which is where Arun Prabhu scores.

Aruvi Movie Tamil Review

Aditi, who plays the protagonist, has done a wonderful act. She gives her best though it is her maiden venture.

Pradeep as Peter promises aplenty. He gets under the skin of the character and excel. Transgender Anjali Varathan is the highlight of the movie.

Cinematography by Shelley Calist adds strength to the film, while music by Bindhu Malini and Vedanth Bharadwaj makes it big and beautiful.

Three cheers to Aryn Prabhu for rendering a meaningful movie which would make you think even after you walk out of cinema hall.

Aruvi Movie - Perfect and to the point

Rating: 3.75/5