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Aravindante Athidhikal

Aravindante Athidhikal

27 Apr, 2018
2 hrs 02 mins
22,233 votes
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In 1996 a five year old kid is found deserted on Navarathri at a 1200 year old temple, which is believed to have been blessed by with the presence of Mookambika Devi. The kid is found by a lodge owner, Madhavan, and he grows up into the fun-filled and cheerful Aravindan. One of the lodge visitors is Girija, who is visiting with her daughter Varada, in preparation for Varada's dance debut. Life is basically good with Varada in his life, but somewhere in his heart Aravindan yearns to see his mother, although she gave him away. Does he find her though?
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Verdict: Good performances and a simple story make this a decent watch. When the acclaimed father-son duo Sreenivasan and Vineeth make an appearance after a hiatus, the expectation is sky-high. And Aravindante Athidhikal checks all the right boxes. Directed by M. Mohanan, whose repertoire includes gems like Kadha Parayumbol, Aravindante Athidhikal has the right mix []... ...Read full review
A child left alone in a crowded space, wandering about looking for parents. Its one of the most disturbing sights ever and there are also people who have had such brief, scary experiences in childhood, only to be reunited with those who were looking for them. What if you have to live your whole life with such a traumatic image leftover from childhood? ...Read full review
The story of Aravindante Adhithikal surrounds around a person named Aravindan, who is the manager of one of the lodges situated in Kollur, Mookabika. Aravindan, who was abandoned by his mother while he was a kid, was brought up by Madhavan, the lodge`s owner. The film takes us through Aravindan, Madhavan and the some of the guests who arrive at their lodge. ...Read full review
M Mohanan`s `Aravindhate Athidhikal` is a simple, yet gripping tale which narrates the life of Aravindan, essayed by Vineeth Sreenivasan. The movie is set in the pilgrim town of Kollur famed for the Mookambika Temple. It invites us to the life of Aravindan (Vineeth Sreenivasan), a young boy abandoned on the premises of the temple on a Navarathri day. ...Read full review
Our hero is almost at the prime of goodness here. He is an orphan, he loves everyone, he takes care of everyone, he doesnt show his sadness on his face and the heroine here falls for him simply for all those qualities. All these script elements are pretty much the favourite ingredients of an old school movie buff. But where M Mohanan succeeds is in soaking it with humour and less cheesy sentiments. The ultimate feel one gets at the end of Aravindante Athidhikal is a positive one. ...Read full review
Sreenivasan is running a guest house in Mookambika. One day he gets the Orphan Vineeth Sreenivasan and Vineeth starts working their by helping the guests coming out there Urvashi and Family came there one day and story revolves around the same. ...Read full review
Aravindante Adhithikal makes the return of the father -son Combo of Sreenivasan and Vineeth Sreenivasan . The story revolves around a lodge in Mookambika where Sreenivasan is the owner of the lodge.Vineeth Sreenivasan is there with Sreenivasan from his childhood and a family once came to their lodge and story revolves around things happening from there. ...Read full review
Its the kind of film where predictability (lots of it!) doesnt affect the flow of the narrative nor the fun. Even before the climax, we have replayed the scene in our heads, down to the dialogues. But it moves us nonetheless, exactly how the filmmaker may have imagined. Aravindante Athidhikal is that kind of a film. Beautiful in its ordinariness. ...Read full review