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May 24 2013 | by EnteCity
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Aaru Sundarimaarude Katha review by Praveen

The movie tells the story of the Mootthedan family, as three generations of the family are visualised.

Aaru Sundarimaarude Katha directed by Rajesh K Abraham is all about pursuing one’s dreams. The film has six woman protagonists dealing with their aspirations in multiple ways. It tells the story of the Mootthedan family, as three generations of the family are visualised.

Chachi Moothedan played by Zarina Wahab is an incredibly wealthy woman in her seventies, based in Wagamon. Chachi’s only daughter Rose (Nadia Moithu) and her husband Alex Paul (Prathap Pothen) run a television network started by Chachi’s late husband. Rose and Alex have a daughter, named Anju (Umang Jain), who is an upcoming tennis sensation.  On the outside, the family are perfectly happy and problems began to surface when some people enter their lives. How the family solve these problem form the crux of the story. ‘Aaru Sunadarimarude Katha‘ is a family drama packed with crime and suspense.

Positives: The first half of the movie is nearly perfect and is not dragging at all. The way the director introduced the characters of main leads is classy. Of the performers, Nadia towers over the rest of the cast, and packs a punch when it comes to her performance as Rose Moothedan. Zarina Wahab, Lena, Prathap Pothen, Narain and Shamna Kasim also did a good job. Music and camera works are passable.

Negatives: The second half of the film fails and is very dragging. The crime thriller doesn’t pack a surprise and is too predictable. The film did have some real thriller potential and failed to stimulate the interest of the viewer.

Verdict: Watch the movie, if you love family drama with thrillers.
Rating: 7 / 10

 

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