Sarabham Movie Review
Sarabham a thriller movie starring Naveen Chandra, Salony Luthra and Aadukalam Naren directed by debutant Arun Mohan. Sarabham comes from C.V.Kumar’s Thirukumaran Entertainment. C.V.Kumar has given us yet another decent movie with new faces and limited budget. The movie was shot within a span of thirty days which is commendable.
Vikram an architect who wants to become rich overnight gets dejected when his project proposal is rejected by a rich businessman. To avenge him he plans to kidnap his daughter and demand money. But to his surprise, the daughter of the wealthy businessman has other ideas and joins with him to blackmail her father demanding ransom. What follows is a series of twists and surprises for the pair, which is all Sarabham is about.
Naveen Chandra (Earlier seen as friend to Sasikumar in movie Bramman) has played his character with finesse. Salony Luthra who has one of the best written roles in the film plays her character perfectly.Aadukalam Naren comes up with a stellar performance playing the role of Salony’s father. Leo John Paul’s editing has some slick cuts and the story line’s transition is greatly enhanced by his work. Debutante Music Director Britto Michael’s background score fits well with the movie though the songs are pretty average.
Director Arun Mohan has made a decent attempt and Sarabham is fairly engaging. Movie at times is lengthy, but never fails to deviate from it’s path. Sarabham makes for an entertaining viewing because of it’s good direction and some brilliant performances from the lead cast.