Asuravadham
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Asuravadham

Tamil
Drama
29 Jun, 2018
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Asuravadham is a Tamil movie starring M. Sasikumar and Nandita Swetha in prominent roles. It is a drama directed by M. Marudhupandian.

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Sasikumar maintains a deadly poker face for most of the film that augurs well for the actors heavily bearded face. So much so that it doesnt matter that Sasikumar has very few dialogues in the entire film. ...Read full review
Asuravadham begins with a phone call. We see Samayan (Vasumitra) trying to convince his irate father-in-law that he doesnt cheat on his wife. He ends the call and moves away to the adjacent room when the phone rings. He goes to pick it up, but the call ends. He sees the number. An unknown number. He ignores it and turns back, but the phone rings again! And the call ends before he can attend it. ...Read full review
Asuravadham is director - turned - actor Sasikumar`s next outing, post Kodiveeran. The film had a promising set of promos and trailer, that hinted at the nature of the film. Asuravadham has come to us now as a rustic action thriller, set in a rural backdrop. ...Read full review
Director-turned-actor M Sasikumar deviates from his usual onscreen image of the action hero who`ll do anything for his friends in Asuravadham. His latest release sees him play a silent, deadly vigilante out for revenge. His target? A man who doesn`t know of Sasikumar`s designs. Asuravadham works to a large extent due to its edge-of-the-seat presentation and the way it unfolds initially. ...Read full review
Asuravadham means killing the demon in mythology and here it denotes good triumphs over evil. Thats the crux of Sasikumars Asuravadham, which is a well-made hard-hitting revenge saga. Its an ordinary story elevated multiple times with director Marudhu`s extraordinary screenplay and filmmaking style. ...Read full review
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