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Aravaan Tamil Movie Review (Eka Veera Telugu ) & Ratings

Aravaan Rating:  3.1/5

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Aravaan(Eka Veera) Movie Review

Ratings:4/5 Reviewer:Pavithra Srinivasan Site:Rediff

This is not the usual commercial fare, although it does come with the regulation songs and fight sequences. There’s precious little of masala in Aravaan, which is, if the phrase can be used, a labour of love that brings 18th century southern Tamil Nadu to life. Its pacing is slow, and it doesn’t end the way most mainstream movies do. But this only makes it a much better film. Aravaan is a slice of life from 18th century Tamil Nadu, with its lifestyle, humour, sorrows, loves and losses documented in painstaking fashion. This is an ode to history that deserves every bit of attention it receives. As such, it’s one of those movies that deserve to become a legend.

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 Ratings:2.5/5 Reviewer:MovieBuzz Site:Sify

The least you expect from a period film are a few fantastic sequences that will make your jaw drop for their sheer inventiveness and music. But director Vasanthabalan’s third offering Aravan, based on Su. Venkatesan’s novel Kaaval Kottam is so agonisingly snail-paced, you can’t be blamed for nodding off to sleep in your seat.At best some of that sweeping cinematography by Siddharth and Vijay Murugan’s sets are breathtaking, but that aside, this is one film which is not in the same league as the director’s earlier films.

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 Ratings:2.5/5 Reviewer:Behindwoods Site:Behindwoods

While the first half focuses on Pasupathy’s tribe, the pre-interval block puts forth the suspense about Aadhi’s background. But the second half is filled with so many scenes which move back and forth from flash back to present that sometimes confuse the audience. The suspense factor about Bharath’s murder is well handled.Finally when the film draws to a close, there is something amiss that you are not able to place a finger on.Verdict: High on detailing and effort, low on engaging.

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Ratings:3.5/5 Reviewer:Kanchana Devi Site:TruthDrive

Aravaan, set in the mid-18th century, is the story of an ordinary man with extraordinary skills. The film narrates the story of Aravans in Kotayur, Tamil Nadu. The film revolves around two villages that were in conflict with each other almost 300 years back. Aadhi’s body language, physique and dialogue delivery skills are perfect for a 14th century warrior. It is also said that the actor has developed an eight-pack specially for this film; the hard work reflects clearly on screen.Vasanthabalan showcase 18th century Tamil Nadu perfectly.Aravaan is sure to remain as a milestone in the making of a periodic film.

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Ratings:3/5 Reviewer:SuperGoodMovies Site:SuperGoodMovies

Aravaan, set in the mid 18th century, is the story of an ordinary man with extraordinary skills.The film revolves around two villages that were in conflict with each other almost 300 years back. Dhansika plays the female lead opposite Aadhi. Her character, Vanapechi, is a girl who is very calm but at the same time wild. Aadhi has done a tremendous job and has moved on to his next level of acting. While Pasupathy scores big time after his performance in Veyil. Dhansika with her killer looks and matured acting has proved that she has a long way to goAravaan is sure to remain as a milestone in the making of a periodic film.

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