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Marakathamani Review



Tuesday June 27th 2017

Marakathamani Review

Director               : A.R.K. Saravanan

Producer             : Sri Chakra Innovations and Rushi Media

Music Director     : Dhibu Ninan Thomas

Starring              : Aadhi Pinisetty, Nikki Galrani

Release Date      : 16th June 2017

Rate                   : 2.75/5

Editor Review

Aadhi Pinisetty and Nikki Galrani starrer crime comedy Marakathamani, directed by A.R.K. Saravanan has hit the theaters today . Let’s see the storyline:

 

Story: The story of the film is about an ancient gem called Marakathamani- touted as the lucky charm of King Vikramaditya which is buried with him. Over a period of time,  in 1990, an archaeologist retrieves the gem belonging to 19th century and keeps it to himself only to be hit by an unidentified vehicle. Later it was revealed that 132 people who had possession of the gem were hit by the same vehicle. On the other side,  a small time smuggler Raghunandan (Aadhi) comes forward to rob Marakathamani.  How and what happens when Raghunandan aka Raghu and his friend  meet a Swamiji ( Kota Srinivas Rao)  who suggests them to take the help of some evil spirits  and complete the task. How will  Raghu  steal Marakatamani? forms the rest of the story.

 

Plus Points:

  • Aadhi Pinisetty
  • Comedy
  • Storyline
  • BGM

 Minus Points:

  • Speedy narration

Performance: As usual Aadhi has given his fantastic performance. His expressions, body languages and performances are highlighted. Nikki Galrani  looks good. Nothing challenging in it but she does exactly what she is expected to so and it works. Ananad Raj shines as a comic villain. Ramdoss who plays key role of a spirit is hilarious in his act. Kota Srinivas Rao is good in few scenes. Brahmanandam, Arun Raj and others justify with their roles.

Technical: A.R.K. Saravanan has done a decent job with the film as he has taken the crime caper genre and tried to mix horror and fantasy into it. On the technical front, the cinematography is superb. The background score   by Dhibu Ninan Thomas  is appealing and elevating scenes. The director narrates the story in a very entertaining manner with good doses of comedy. He executes all the emotions such as horror and comedy well. Editing is ok.  

 

Analysis: Overall Marakathami  is a horror thriller laced with loads of comedy. Aadi’s performance, engaging plot-line, comedy, impressive music altogether made  Marakathami a watchable movie.

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