Savarakathi Movie Review
What can an impeccable writing do to a simple story? It bring about an unheralded magic that slashes out what the basic premise is all about, but engross the audiences to the fullest vitality. Savarakathi unconditionally savours to the tastes of audiences, which owns a fabulous direction by debut filmmaker GR Aditya, which comes well supported by nuance writing of Mysskin. The latter’s screenplay is so much substantial that it tries to eclipse the directorial proficiency of Aditya. But in equal consistence, the overall output looks so much amazing and evidently convincing too.
Savarakathi brings us a plot that is set against backdrops of a day time, where two men with unusual nature bounce upon each other. Pichai (Mysskin), a barber has always embraced lies and Manga (Mysskin), a notorious goon on parole. The barber’s pregnant wife (Poorna), who has a hearing impairment along with two children is stuck between the cat and mouse game between them.
The first and foremost attraction about the film is that it has so much of strong characterizations. Be the majorscule characterizations played by Ram as Pichai, Mysskin as Manga and Poorna or the miniscule roles offer a thundering performance. Just watch out for the rag picker or the English speaking madman, who appear not more than a minute, they have done a remarkable work.
The running length of this film is 114 minutes, which proves to be a much spectacular highlight, where the drama doesn’t drag anywhere. The film’s musical score by Arrol Corelli is magnetizing.
The witticism and humour spread throughout the film is much more enthralling and overall, it has a mix of fun and emotions that remains in our hearts even after the show.
Savarakathi is a film that doesn’t disappoint you anywhere and it’s a beautiful film with simple plot, strong characters, well written narration with humour and emotions.
Verdict: A perfect amalgamation of humour and emotions that retains in your senses even many hours after the show is over.