Atharvaa’s maiden home production Semma Botha Aagathey filmed by Badri Venkatesh is a fall short half-baked thriller. The film has music by Yuvan Shankar Raja, cinematography by Gopi Amarnath, and is altered by Praveen KL. It stars Atharvaa t with Anaika Soti and Mishti playing the supporting characters. Read review here
Ramesh (Atharvaa), subsequent to saying a final farewell to his better half, gets alcoholic and chooses to bring in a sex worker (Anaika Soti) and gets tangled between a large group of issues that exist in her life. How he follows back to the main driver of the considerable number of issues and works out of the issue is the thing that SBA is about. The film disappoints with a shaky content which could have been better with a noir kind of treatment.
The underlying minutes of the film draw some consideration as the plot-line anticipated appears to be holding. Be that as it may, from that point, it is a ruin as the screenplay doesn’t make any interest subsequently. There are some pointless melody successions in the main half which go about as speed breakers in the screenplay. Numerous discoursed appear to compel fitted and outside of any relevant connection to the issue at hand. Performing artist Karunakaran plays Nandhu, Atharvaa’s closest companion and figures out how to accumulate a couple of snickers all over. Certain comedies appear to be extremely obsolete and might energize a little segment of the crowd.
There’s an adoration track in the film, which takes a totally extraordinary digression from the essence of the motion picture. There is an aggregate deviation from the plot of the film caused by the sentimental point and the diverting scenes that occur between Karunakaran, Manobala, Devadarshini, and Chetan. The scalawags likewise don’t add any enthusiasm to the screenplay. The exhibitions from the larger part of on-screen characters appear to be extremely shallow and don’t help the commitment much.
At the point when the screenplay neglects to connect much, the music is relied upon to take the driver’s seat, yet for this situation, it doesn’t work for the story. Praveen KL’s altering isn’t new and the changes appear to be edgy, which neglect to compliment the cinematography. Generally, however, the pace grabs in the second a large portion of, the utilization of artistic freedoms and unreasonable successions makes Semma Botha Aagathey an unappealing watch.
The one thing that could be said in regards to Semma Botha Aagathey is that it doesn’t get exhausting anytime, for the most part since you spend the majority of the film simply endeavoring to make sense of why such a significant number of arbitrary components have been pressed into the story. If that sort of masala randomness that gives one’s mind a chance to look at for two or three hours offers to you, at that point Semma Botha Aagathey may work for a solitary watch.
My Rating 2.5 / 5