Aramm movie review


Production: KJR Studios
Cast: Nayanthara, P.V.Anandakrishnan, Ramachandran Durairaj, Ramesh, Sunu Lakshmi, Vela Ramamurthy, Vignesh, Vinodhini Vaidyanathan
Story Screenplay & Direction : Gopi Nainar
Music & BGM score: Ghibran


After the mediocre venture DORA, Nayanthara has been extra cautious in choosing her script. Aramm seems to be the concrete proof of the level of acting maturity the actress has gained over the years.

The movie has utilized Nayanthara’s skills completely, making ARAMM one of the best in her film career.

Aramm , the so-called socio thriller throws light on the degrading elements of the society and also the partiality is shown for the empty-handed people in the community.


Madhivadhini (Nayantara) is the district collector of a small village where water scarcity is at its peak. The main crux of the story revolves around the rescue operation of a young girl who accidentally falls into an uncovered narrow borewell.

Madhivadhini heading this operation faces several interruptions from the media and politicians. “Was she able to overcome the obstacles and rescue the child?” forms the rest of the story.


A loud appreciation to the maker Gopi Nainar for handling such a sensational issue that requires national attention. Though the narration was lucid and straightforward, the screenplay was fairly engaging with respect to the story.

The rescue sequences were a piece of reality and had justifying strategies portrayed logically. Nayantara proves that she is being called as the lady superstar for a reason through her power-packed solid performance.

Her characterization stood the most essential factor upholding the movie. The notable element in the venture was the sharp and sensible dialogues that slash sword against the mess-ups occurring in the society currently.

Music and BGM by Ghibran was somewhat applicable to the story with a few situation based montage numbers fairly notable.


  • Story Plot
  • Nayantara’s substantial performance
  • Dialogues


  • Technical elements
  • Non Exaggerating narration
  • Few Dry segments


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