Review – Alwaar
Cast : Ajith, Asin, Vivek, Vincent Asokan, Manorama
Music Director : Srikanth Deva
Director : Chella
Produced by : Mohan Natarajan
After successful run of Varalaru Ajith prefer to act in subject oriented film. Though Alwar, story seem to be familiar but the way the director framed the film is something remarkable. From the introduction of Ajith, Flash Back, Songs and Fight scenes does not suits the screen play.
Director Chella, under the production of Mohan Natrajan directs the film, Music was scored by Srikanth Deva, after Varalaru, Asin again paired with Ajit in Alwar. Apart from regular film cast director brought once again Aachi Manorama to screen in Comedy Role, Comedy actor Vivek, Keerthi chawla who dons as a second heroine also starring. Director Chella tried to frame the story based on Thrill & Comedy by omitting Love at major level. The basic concept of the story derived from Hindu Epic “Gita”, In Gita Lord Krishna Said “I will take birth to uplift the society when ever society forget the duty and go for chaos”. Based on the line Debut Director Chella, narrated the whole story.
Shiva (Ajith) basically a cool character with society approach wanted to eliminate odd personality from the society and trying to create crime free society, for that Shiva assume him self as Avatharam and kills the Criminals in the name of Rama, Shiva, Krishna and Narasiman. Shiva working as a Ward boy in Govt Hospital keep note on Criminal and finish them in appropriate time, and he stays in near by Mansion where vivek, Manorama and other Comedy characters resides, Manorama played as Manson owner and Asin appears as her Grand daughter. Major potion of the film was occupied by Ajith heroic move, Action, Comedy which Asin Love towards Ajith was minimized in course of action. Early life of Shiva as a Kurukal (Flash Back), and murder of his mom & sister was so lengthy, which crippled the story line of the script.
Ajith in action sequence picturised well and Songs sounds Ok, Director didn’t try to bring strong bonding in the film. lacking experience was visibly seen in the screenplay. So, director should work hard to narrate the story with steam line.
Bhakthaprahaladhan Returns indeed on time.
Verdict : Worst