Siddharth’s latest flick Aruvam is another Tamil comedy horror film after Petromax. This Aruvam was written and directed by Sai Sekhar. The movie has Siddharth, Catherine Tresa in the main roles with Sathish and Kaali Venkat in supportive roles.
Sai Thaman will compose soundtrack while cinematography and editing are handled by N. K. Ekambaram and Praveen K. L. respectively. Lyrics were written by Madhan Karky and Thamarai. Music rights are acquired by Muzik247.
|Cast||Siddharth, Catherine Tresa|
|Music Director||S. Thaman|
|Cinematographer||N. K. Ekambaram|
|Producer||R. Soundarya, Deepa Iyer|
|Release Date||October 11|
|Runtime||2 hr 8 min|
Other star cast in the film are Kabir Duhan Singh, Sathish, Aadukalam Naren, Madhusudhan Rao, Stunt Silva, Elango Kumaravel, Manobala. 40 years old Siddharth earlier appeared in Telugu superhits, His last film Gruham turned massive hit.
This is releasing in Telugu as Vadaladu for the Telugu audience. Catherine Tresa is acting in the female lead role and the story revolves around a food safety officer who fights against corruption forms the crux part of the story. In between hidden horror is wrapped featuring Siddharth in different avatars. We have already witnessed his avatars in the snippets of the teaser.
The actor confirmed the script after hearing the food adulteration concept in the script. The movie also packed with commercial elements. The movie is reported to have 40 minutes of computer graphics. Ekambaram is tuning the cinematography who depicted Siddharth in a natural role.
Siddharth added He is very selective when it comes to script. He felt that his selection would be neat and understandable to the audience, Audience should experience it. This film deals with social messages on food adulteration.
His character in the film is featured as an angry man in society. I always feel that heroines should get an equal role as heroes and my wish has been fulfilled in Aruvam. Catherine explains about her character has a disability of not having a sense of smell. The character with a low inferiority complex doesn’t feel happy about her life until she finds a purpose.
Vadaladu / Aruvam Movie Review
My Rating: 3.5/5
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