Aavesham Movie Review Fahadh Faasil hits it out of the park in Jithu Madhavan film

After the success of director ‘Romancham’, director Jithu Madhavan is again with ‘Aavesham’. And this time, he teamed up with the one and solely Fahadh Faasil. ‘Aavesham’ managed to pique everybody’s curiosity. And the pre-release teaser the place Fahadh Faasil, clad in a towel, did a enjoyable dance, took the expectations to a crescendo. Did ‘Aavesham’ impress everybody? Let’s discover out!

Set in Bengaluru, ‘Aavesham’ revolves round three faculty college students, Bibi, Santhan and Aju, who get enrolled in a university, the place they get bullied and ragged by seniors. As a way to take revenge, the faculty college students be part of fingers with a neighborhood goon Ranga (Fahadh Faasil). How Ranga’s involvement of their lives brings a change varieties the story.

Director Jithu Madhavan’s ‘Aavesham’ is a mad-cap entertainer with distinctive performances. The motion comedy offers with a easy storyline and that is the place its magnificence lies. The filmmaker does not waste time in exhibiting how Ranga grew to become a goon and concentrates on his distinctive character traits. It’s the comedy that works to a significant extent for the movie.

The filmmaker concentrates on character arcs and makes them attention-grabbing for the viewers. Whereas the second half lags when it comes to content material, Jithu Madhavan redeems himself with the climax. Additionally, let’s not overlook the intermission, which was an ideal theatrical second.

Here is the teaser:

The title credit of ‘Aavesham’ ‘re-introduce’ Fahadh as Ranga and you’ll know why. As Ranga, Fahadh Faasil has splendidly portrayed the dynamic character. Initially, his character appears like a ruffian with a comedic sense. Nevertheless, there’s greater than what meets the attention, and you’ll know because the story progresses. His ‘eda mone’ and lots of antics make this character fairly gratifying and entertaining.

Accompanying Ranga is Sanjin Gopu’s character, Amban, whose one-liners change into main contributors to comedy in ‘Aavesham’. Collectively, they are a riot. Equally, younger actors Hipster, Roshan Shanavas and Mithun Jai Sankar ease into their roles, making the movie intriguing.

If Fahadh Faasil’s efficiency is a significant asset to ‘Aavesham’, composer Sushin Shyam’s music is yet one more side that provides magnificence to the wild journey. Cinematographer Sameer Thahir and editor Vivek Harshan complement one another in enhancing the effectiveness of ‘Aavesham’.

‘Aavesham’ is actually an gratifying affair with brilliantly choreographed motion sequences and comedy sequences. In the event you’re a fan of Fahadh Faasil, then ‘Aavesham’ will show why you grew to become his fan within the first place.

3.5 out of 5 stars for ‘Aavesham’.

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Apr 11, 2024

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