Aghavan Movie Review

Aghavan Movie Review


Kishore Ravichandran ,Naren V,Chirashree Anchan,Nithya Shetty,Thambi Ramaiah,Chinni Jayanth,R. N. R. Manohar


Directer – APG Elumalai ,Producer  – R. Ravichandran,Written  –  APG Elumalai,Music  –  C. Sathya,Cinemato graphy –  Bala Palaniappan,Editer – LVK Dass,Production Company  – RBK Movies,PRO  – Nikkil


A past evidence recognized as history, s erves to explicate towards the audience. Synopsis: Hardly, it was a long duration to detect towards the screenplay, that story revolves around Raja Raja Cholan’s intellectual predictio ns. Anyhow the Tamil audience well aware about the Tanjore temple secrets, in that a familiar concept had been taken out. In the first half, the film “Aghavan” carried on the shoulder Thambi Ramaiah that his own style of co medies followed and some puzzled sequels which was linked in the second half.“Aghavan” explicit the value of Tamil ancestors and their treasury poems, secrets behind palm script and engraved in stone, which upcoming generation dropped the dignity. The film was directed by APG Elumalai and Produced by R. Ravichandran. The film stretches for the duration of 160 minutes, after the intermission made to feel out curious about the drama.

The sinless guy Kishore Ravichandran and scarily man Thambi Ramaiah both works in a temple in the place of Tindivanam and whodunit thing was followed towards them. In the same Siva temple, a couple of sisters, who they were selling flowers for their survival and even Keerthy Vasan, who is researching young man in his Ph.D., who married with Kaavya by the opposition of her rich father.Now, with all confusion resulting from failure to understand in the first half, the film “Aghavan” knot out all the puzzlement. The guy’s Keerthy Vasan research is all about Raja Raja Cholan’s secret possession that is highly valued, which wanted to benefit for his citizens. All the worthy gems were dumped in all Lord Siva temples.

In that, under the control of mysteries cop Kishore Ravichandran’s Siva temple was observed a team, that they pour chemical liquid in and around pipes to float out the gems which was under 64 feet under the Lord Siva’s idol. Now the culprit gang who invested in the project to loot out treasures by using Keerthy Vasan thesis and finally did culprits they benefited by the project.The film exposes, why the reason Kumbabishekam carried out after years later and doing special Pooja was followed. Which had been given in commercial aspects, though the Tamil films filled with romantic, thriller and horror scripts “Aghavan” leads to distinct path, need to give an app lause to the director that he attempt discrete screenplay.The film had lengthy path, which gives slight drowsin ess, the songs are active forces about the nature of life.recognition of Tamilians identity.

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Some films will come out with different stories, but the fans will not get the attention. This film was a film that no one ever heard. When you see the movie, it’s OK to say no. There is a Tamil affection in the title titled Agavan.  Ki shore Ravichandran is looking at all the work at the temple in Ananthamangalam village on Tindivanam. He is the younger brother of Ramya. Kishore takes care of some of the nightly people in the temple during the night and kills much more attention. One night, one finds out who is the one who came with it. He is the heroine of the film, Chirasi who sells flower in the temple. Kishore knows many facts after meeting with him. That’s what the movie is the busiest remaining story.Debutant director APG Elumalai’s Aghavan is a mystery thriller loosely ba sed on the historical facts and assumptions of Raja Raja Cholan and the wealth he had hidden for the future of Tamil Nadu. 

The core idea of the film is quite interesting and the temple premise is something new, but the director has cho sen an age-old screenplay format in which hero hides his identity for the larger good. Touted to be a myt hol ogical thriller, the film also showcases a glimpse of horror. The film revolves around a murder and the dead ha unting the murderers. The film is set in the rural backdrop and mostly takes place around a temple.R Ravichan dran has bankrolled the project under the banner RBK Entertainment and Bala Palaniyappan will be han dling the cinematography by while LVK Doss and Nirmal had handled the cuts and C Sathya will be composing music for the film.Hero Kishore Ravichandran works in a temple and does all kinds of work to wash away his sins, at least that’s what he tells his colleague (Thambi Ramaiah).

Only in the second half we come to know that Kishore is an undercover cop who safeguards the temple from an organized criminal gang who sketches a master plan to loot the wealth hidden ages back. Kishore’s friend is a research scholar who does a doctorate on the hidden secret of Raja Raja Cholan, so our hero should save him too!As said earlier, the film’s basic premise is quite interesting and the director manages to maintain the susp ense until the mid of the second half. The film is too long and needs some urgent trimming. Only in the last thirty minutes, we get to know the all the twists which is indeed an interesting move!Among the actors, hero Kishore Ravichandran does a good job with with underplayed performance. Thambi Ramaiah provides occasional comic relief while the two girls have been used to tick the romantic angle box. Director Elumalai must be lauded for the research he done for the script. Technically C Sathya’s music is adequate while the cinematography is strictly functional.

Overall, Aghavan is an average venture and it can be watched for the last thirty minutesThis is the only film that has taken a whole picture around a temple.  The director has given an eleven horrific crime thriller. Temple, Rajar aja Chola History, Treasure, It is a meeting to loot and the storyline is new to the movie.The film’s hero Kishore Ravichandran did not come up with much. In all the scenes, the face is the same. But, even the younger brother Ramya is like the usual ‘sound’ and he catches it.In the film, Akka Chirasri and Sonda Nithya Sree have acted in their roles. The grandmother’s grandmother is also acting naturally with the younger brother Ramaiah.Two thr ee villains are in the picture. Only RNR Manohar is the only known face.There are several night scenes in the fil m, all in the surrounding areas of the temple. Cinematographer Babu Palaniyappan has made some mockery of the film by making a separate lighting for the temple towers in the background.The length of the film is a lack. After the break, there is a chaos that comes with succession. However, if you go to the theater and see the film,

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Written By- T.H.PRASAD -B4U-Ratting-3 /5