Movie Review : Nawab

One of the iconic director Mani Ratnam’s Nawab got released today, as everyone
know this is an official remake of Tamil thriller Chekka Chivantha Vaanam. The
movie has high hopes as it compresses of high profiled actors.
Let’s explore more information of Nawab.

Cast : Arvind Swami, Vijay Sethupathi, Jyothika, Simbu, Aishwarya Rajesh, Aditi
Rao and others
Music Director : A. R Rahman
Director : Mani Ratnam
Producer : Allirajah Subaskaran

The story kick starts with action sequence, where a murder attempt happens on
Bhupathi Reddy and his wife played by Prakash Raj and Jayasudha. Bhupathi is a
well-established don in Chennai who is also into politics, he has three sons named
Varadha (Arvind Swamy), Thyagu (Arun Vijay) and Rudra (Simbu). After the
attack on their father all three brothers are focused on finding the person behind the
attack, in meantime the brothers have some clashes regarding property and for
political authority.
Meanwhile Bhupathi Reddy dies due to heatstroke, at the same time Rudra’s wife
is murdered, Bala’s wife gets arrested in some drug related case. All the brothers
shell-shocked with the sequence tragedies, now how will they find the culprit
behind all these forms the rest of the story.

Artists Performance:
Arvind Swamy:
Handsome actor is shown up in powerful role, he lives up in his ruthless character,
were he goes to any extent for what he wanted. The intensity in his acting will
spellbound all.

He is perfectly fitted into his role, the way he carried his role till the ending is

Vijay Sethupathi:
He plays the key role in Nawab, as a suspended police officer he has given the top-
notch performance.

Jyothika, Aditi:
Jyothika impresses with her role, the way she handles the situations happening in
the family is amazing. Aditi has given the glamour touch for the movie.

Mani Ratnam magic
A R Rahman music
Lead actors’ performances
Twists in the tale

Minus points:
Unwanted scenes

This time our magical director has come up with powerful emotional film
including top actors. The movie will attract all kinds of audience with the
screenplay and how the characters are framed. Some key scenes in the movie are
picturized well and are placed at correct timing. A.R. Rahman’s background score
and the music are apt for the movie.

Emotional suspense thriller.