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Haram Movie Review  

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Haram Movie Review
  Movie Review : Haram
Rating : 3 / 5
Banner : Odd Impressions, Big Leaf
Cast : Fahadh Faasil, Radhika Apte, Madhupal, SP Sreekumar, Rashri Deshpande, Sagarika and Others
Music : Thaikkudam Bridge
Cinematographer : Satish Kurup
Producer: P Sukumar, Saji Samuel
Director: Vinod Sukumaran
Released Date: February 21, 2015
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Story:
Balu (fahadh) is a call center employee in Bangalore and he meets Isha (radhika) who has come out of a relationship. Both meet up, fall in love, get married and move to Kerala. However, there comes a time when things start drifting and it leads to divorce. This is when Balu starts figuring out where things have gone wrong. In this come different characters with a background. How things take shape after that forms the rest.
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Presentation:
The director has come up with an interesting storyline and while the presentation was rich, the narrative was absorbing enough. The dialogues were neat. The script was well written and the screenplay made it better. The background score was melodious but only one song was good enough. Cinematography was the main strength to this film. Editing was crisp. Costumes were well designed to suit the backdrop while the art department was awesome. Fahadh Faasil was at his natural best and he scored well. Radhika Apte looks ravishingly beautiful and very expressive. Sreekumar is superb, Radhika Deshpande was good. Sagarika could have been better. Renji Panicker was not upto the mark. The others didn’t get much scope.
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Conclusion:
Any film which has to do with relationships and feelings is always appealing if it is woven in the right manner. In this movie, the first half goes on a lighter note with elements of romance, relationship, some humor and drama. The interval bang was neat and the second half had few twists and turns with some seriousness and sentiment. Overall, this is a movie which would appeal to the multiplex and urban audience and not for the regular masala audience. At the box office, the film would be a profit grosser.

Bharatstudent verdict: Colorful and heart touching
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