Sarabham Review

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Review by : Kumaresun
Naveen Chandra, Salony Luthra
Arun Mohan
Britto Michael

Expectations run high as C V Kumar after Mundasupatti is out with Sarabham. Known for producing quality entertainers like Pizza, Soodhu Kavvum, Thegidi, Mundasupatti, Kumar has lived up to all expectations here.

The movie is entertaining and engaging from the word go. Directed by Arun Mohan, son of veteran actor Anu Mohan, Sarabham has Naveen Chandra and Salony Luthra in the lead. Aadukalam Naren plays a key role. Britto Michael has scored the music.

The high point of Sarabham is that it has been canned in less than 30 days. Something unusual in current cinema. Before we proceed, lets understand what Sarabham means in Indian literature.

It is a motif, a creature with the physique of a lion that also has the wings of a bird, to portray the enormous power of the mythical creature.
The film revolves around Naveen Chandra, whose has a greed for money. What happens when greed control his actions? Will he pay the penalty for his mistake? He comes across men and women of his nature in the course of his journey.

Naveen Chandra is the pivot in the film. He emotes well and get his act right from the scene one. His emotional outbursts have come good. Saloni Luthra is not just glamorous but performs well. Aadukalam Naren is tailor-made for such a tricky role. he pulls it with his skills well. The rest of the faces are okay.

It is a director's film. he has enough control over the proceedings and gets his best from all. Sarabham as different as the title engages the audience. Three cheers to Kumaran and team.

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