Sarabham is a mythological creature. A winged lion.
This film follows the life of Vikram, played by Naveen Chandra, his love for money and the consequences he faces when he crosses paths with a rich family. From that point, the story travels through different characters and their perspectives of the incidents. This kind of screenplay keeps the audience in the loop of the story. The crime drama doesn’t cease to amaze you from beginning to end.
Performance-wise, Naveen Chandra is not bad for a newcomer. Salony Luthra has done justice to her role, which had a lot of scope. Naren plays Salony’s father and it is high time we see a different style of acting from him. He seems to deliver the same performance in every movie that he stars in. The director deserves a pat on his shoulder for using this new crew and creating a very entertaining movie.
There are lots of moments that seem to defy logic during the first half of the film, but the director answers all these questions through his screenplay in the latter half. The director has entirely depended on his script. A very bold effort.
The music by Britto is commendable. Cinematography by Krishnan Vasanth really aids the engaging screenplay and the shots are excellent. Leo John Paul‘s editing becomes more and more promising by the day. He has explored new techniques and styles of editing.
Overall, Sarabham is a great ride for the mind.
Why should you watch this film?
Sarabham is a great ride for the mind. If you like mystery, this film is for you.
By Pradeep Antony