Cinema in India has crossed its linguistic restrictions. The new audience of Indian cinema wants to see good cinema. Whatever be the language. Films dubbed in Hindi in the south continue to occupy free to air movie channels and now dubbed Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam films are seen in other Indian states more than their hometowns. The Tamil film ‘Maara’ is released on OTT on the second Friday of the year. This film is an indication that Feelgood is returning to the era of cinema. Stories like Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s cinema are going to be this year’s flavor.
In the Corona era, the lives of people trapped in the country, period and situation are losing balance. In such a situation, Paru, a child who is happy in the stories of fairies or Raja Rani, gets to hear the story of a warrior whose life is in a fish. The child grows up and one day arrives in a town whose retail pictures on the walls stand far away and appear to be part of the same painting and she remembers the same story she had heard in childhood. Paru leaves his solo marriage on Solo Travel. The place he gets to stay is the whereabouts of the artist whose secret Paru wants to penetrate. ‘Maara’ is also a folk tale beyond the fairy tale, a story of mystery adventure and a source of love which we often call ‘platonic love’.
The film speaks less than ‘maara’ dialogues and more than hints. Films that communicate with facial expressions have always attracted people. While watching the film ‘Maara’ with English subtitles, one would also feel that the human sensations, grandmother’s granddaughters, troubles for mothers ‘daughters’ marriage are the same everywhere. A new chapter of women’s discourse is going on everywhere. She wants to be independent. It also understands that the first step of women’s empowerment starts with economic independence. Shraddha Shrinath seems to live up to all these desires, aspirations and desires.
However, R Madhavan arrives in the film some half an hour after the film starts. This person is a wonderful artist. On the face, the same innocence has been seen from early career films. Madhavan has worn the soul of the artist in this role. He has his own natural qualities to live such characters. Like the actors of Hindi cinema’s 50’s Arate Parate, Madhavan is no longer seen to be giddy nor does he appear in characters where love simply means finding a woman. He is an artist looking to move towards the spiritual level of acting.
The film ‘Maara’ is also a technically advanced film. Know which charisma Dinesh Krishnan and Karthik Muthu kumar have in the cinematography of the film, but the combination of light and shadow in this film is excellent. Non-Tamil audiences may not be as interested in the music of the film. Video editing of the film could have been made a little better by making it a two-and-a-half-hour film instead of two and a half hours. Especially when it was scheduled to release on OTT.
How to watch Maara full movie online?
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Where can I download Maara full movie online?
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Maara Movie Review: Maara
Maara Movie Cast: R. Madhavan, Shraddha Srinath, Molly, Alexander Babu, Abhirami etc.
Maara Movie Author: Bipin (based on the Malayalam film Charlie)
Maara Movie Writer, Director: Dilip Kumar