Aarya Reviewby MyMazaa.com
Aarya - A commercial entertainer
Want to unwind yourself from your hectic schedule? Head on straight to Arya. Madhavans latest release is a perfect film to relax and enjoy. It is a candy floss love story with right mix of action, romance and humour, Arya is the right destination for those, who love lighthearted cinema.
Unlike his earlier films like Thulli Thirintha Kalam and Love Today, director Balasekharan has laced Arya with commercial ingredients at right proportion which is sure to entertain all class of audience.
It is neither a mass movie nor a love story. But a mix of both that will keep the audience glued to their seats.
Featuring Madhavan, Bhavana and Prakash Raj in pivotal roles, Arya has enough thrills and spills to appease movie-buffs. Deepika (Bhavana) is an arrogant rich girl. A medical college student, she dictates terms at the college. Sister of local don Kasi (Prakash Raj), she is feared by students, professors and even the Dean of the College.
Enter Arya (Madhavan), a final year student who comes to Chennai Medical College from Coimbatore. A soft-spoken Arya runs into Deepika. They develop cold shoulders. In a fit of rage, she kidnaps Aryas sister. But Arya faces her challenges daringly. However, she soon falls in love with him.
But he is not ready to marry the sister of a ruffian. The remaining story tells us how the brother and sister put pressure on Arya to become a rowdy. After Run, Arya portrays Madhavan as a cool action hero, who flexes his muscles well. Bhavana, the beautiful and talented actress performance in a convincing way. Prakash Raj fits to the bill well and his performance as Kasi evokes instant applause from the audience.
There is nothing new in Vadivelus comedy except one or two hilarious scenes. Mani Sharma has come out with catchy songs. If Balasekharans aim is to render a commercial entertainer without any logic, then Arya is certainly a feather in his cap.
A crispy narration and logical sequences would have done a difference to the end product.