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Raavanan Movie Review
  Movie Review : Raavanan
Rating : 2.5 / 5
Banner : Madras Talkies
Cast : Vikram, Aishwarya, Prithviraj, Priyamani, Karthik, Prabhu, Kishore, Ranjita, Ashish Vidyarthi and Others
Music : A R Rahman
Cinematography : Santosh Sivan, Manikandan
Producer: Mani Ratnam, Sharada Trilok
Director: Mani Ratnam
Released Date: June 18, 2010
Raavanan Kollywood Movie Review

A stale tale, the story begins with the kidnapping of Janaki (aishwarya), wife of the tough and honest cop Ram (Prithviraj) the very next day after their marriage. This is done by the most feared villain (vikram) who is the law of the land. The villain has a strong reason to kidnap Janaki and due to this, Ram starts to search for his wife and the kidnapper along with his team (Kishore and others). He also takes the help of the suspended forest officer (karthik) to locate the villain. Janaki from her end protests the kidnapping but there is a twist in the story. What happens after that forms the rest of the story.

Raavanan Tamil Cinema Review

The director has come up with a good thought but then he was unable to conceive it perfectly on the screen though the presentation was excellent. The dialogues were weak, the script was shallow and the screenplay was okay. Background score was a disappointment while only one song is appealing. The real show stealer is the cinematography and the locations. Costumes were apt and the art department was alive. Vikram does a good job as the villain and he looks handsome and evil enough, this is an impressive act from him. Prithviraj puts in good efforts and it appears that his appearance suits the cop image well. Aishwarya looks beautiful and she played her part well. Karthik didn't get the chance to show his mettle but then he made the most of it, Priyamani was good, Prabhu was effective and he did full justice to the role, Kishore was intense, others didn't have anything to offer or add value.

Raavanan Filem Review

The film is basically being projected as a modern presentation of the Ramayana but then it cannot be called so. The makers have taken bits and pieces from the legendary tale and molded it as per their convenience. While the first half goes about with the building of the characters and their chemistry, the second half picks up with some story and it is the climax which is worth though it is very brief. The film's only hope is its technical values and the rich presentation helps while the actual quality and content departments have gone horribly wrong. There is no comedy which is another setback. Overall, the film will have a nice opening but eventually it will fizzle out at the box office.
Bharatstudent Verdict : Below average

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