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Monday, September 2, 2013

"Arikil Oraal" Malayalam movie review

Sunil Ibrahim's latest offering "Arikil Oraal" travels more on a predictable plot and the movie has its ups and downs, where the first half seems to be groomed well and on the other second half may not be that impressive. Things could have been much more better if it weighs on the right direction, nevertheless movie is watchable and the verdict is one time watch....

 Now on the move..., Sidharth (Indrajith) works for an advertising firm in Bengaluru, where from he has shifted to Kochi's branch as he got transfer orders. Kochi became the
attraction point, where Sidharth's girlfriend Veena (Remya Nambeesan) resides, who loves modern dancing. On this juncture, he needs sufficient space to begin his life in new city. Now with the help of Veena, he meets up Ichaa (Nivin Pauly) an interesting character, who works for a cafe as a helper.

 Veena insist Ichaa to provide shelter to his friend for few days and with no objection Sidharth starts fresh with Ichaa. Things set to shift to the question mark on identity of individuals, we kind of traverse through the paranoia. Sidharth's apprehensiveness gave us some curious moments created by Ichaa's apparition. Now the story began to move through the life of these three persons life and incidents happen with them during this phase forms the rest of this movie.

 Nivin Pauly sure shot handled the best character of his time and gave decent performance as Ichaa. Indrajith too works out pretty well within his character, while Remya Nambeesan, Prathap Pothen, Lena, Shalin, Riya Zaira and others have justified their characters to the extent. Gopi Sundar's songs are well designed with nice tune and the lyrics have penned by Rafeeq Ahamed.

 Director Sunil Ibrahim packaged the movie with fresh ambience, especially displaying the double of a living person. His last directorial "Chapters" effect was missing here and you could feel that the ending would have been much of an exciting level, unfortunately director misses the arrow on this front. Krish Kymal's cinematography put in the good frame and visual experience, while the editing by V Saajan look unimpressive. For the banner of Milestone Cinema's, Ashiq Usman is the producer of this film.

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