Amala Paul showers praise on Nayanthara’s Aramm!
Nayanthara starrer Aramm is the latest talk of K-Town. Releasing last Friday (November 10), the movie opened to rave reviews both from the critics as well as the comers. Several print and online medias have given a rare five star rating for the movie. After a slow start in the box office, Aramm is rapidly picking up at the box office thanks to the overwhelming positive word of mouth and Nayanthara’s star power.
Directed by Gopi Nainar, Aramm discusses a very important social issue. The movie sends out strong criticisms against the system and politicians. The core plot is about a rescue operation headed by the district collector.
Celebrities from the Tamil industry like Sivakarthikeyan, director Vignesh Shivn, RJ Balaji and many others have heaped praise on Nayanthara and the Aramm team for delivering such a fantastic film.Recently, actress Amala Paul took to her social media space to appreciate Nayanthara and director Gopi Nainar for proving the significance of content driven films matter. The actress also sounded critical of the industry’s obsession with mass masala flicks, scripted for star heroes.
Here’s what Amala Paul has tweeted,
Hence proved, good cinema matters, kudos to #Nayanthara and director #GopiNainar , in an industry which is plagued with masala movies scripted for star heroes, #Aramm has proved the formula to be wrong. Good cinema matters, good story matters, good performances matter!
Aramm has a strong technical team whose works have helped translate director Gopi Nainar’s vision brilliantly on screen. Omprakash is the cinematographer and National award winning choreographer Peter Hein has handled the rescue operation scenes. The highly talented Ghibran’s music is another standout element of the film.
Aramm is already rated by many as Tamil cinema’s best film this year. The movie will certainly be a milestone in Nayanthara’s career. With Aramm, she has once again stamped her authority as the lady superstar of the industry. The movie has an open ending and the producer Kottapadi J Ramesh has revealed that a sequel is definitely on the cards. Can’t wait!