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Aaviri Movie Review

Release date : November 1, 2019
Starring : Ravi Babu, Neha Chauhan, Sri Muktha, Bharani Shankar, Mukhtar Khan and Himaja
Director : Ravi Babu
Producer: Ravi Babu
Music Director : Vaiddhy
Rating : 2/5

Story:

The movie revolves around a small girl with a strained relationship with her parents. She goes missing from the house after seemingly becoming friends with a spirit. Where did she go? Why did she leave? Did the parents have something to do with it? Answers to these questions form the crux of the movie.

Performance:
Neha Chauhan, Sri Muktha, Bharani Shankar, Mukhtar Khan, Himaja, and Kasi Viswanath have played important roles in Aaviri. All of them have delivered decent performances.

Technical Aspects:
As said above, director Ravi Babu’s thought of making a film on invisible spirits is nice but his narration has many loopholes. The film’s pace and execution will make the audience look at the exit doors. The production design of the film is cool and has various trendy properties involved. The background music of the film is okay to an extent.

Editing work is a big letdown. Although the film has hardly 2 hours runtime, the audience feels like watching a lengthy film. Cinematography is impressive as the color combinations in the house and framing offer the audience a fresh feel. Production values for this low budget film are adequate.

Verdict:

On the whole, Aaviri is a spineless horror-thriller that lacks proper content and presentation. The film is hardly engaging making it a miserable watch this weekend.





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