Aadujeevitham Movie Review

Aadujeevitham Review Movie

“Aadujeevitham” is directed by Blessy based on Benyamin’s renowned novel, portrays the true story of Najeeb Muhammed, a Kerala immigrant worker. The movie depicts Najeeb’s struggles as he travels to Saudi Arabia to provide for his family, only to become ensnared in the harsh reality of herding goats in the desert.

Prithviraj’s Transformation and Powerful Performance

Portraying Najeeb is no easy task for any actor. Prithviraj Sukumaran has undergone an extraordinary transformation to fully embody the character. He has poured his heart, soul, and every ounce of his being into the film. It is an incredible tour-de-force performance. Prithviraj showcases the depth and power of an actor working with an intense screenplay.

Jimmy Jean-Louis as Ibrahim Khadiri, Amala Paul as Sainu, and Gokul as Hakeem provide liveliness to their parts. I really enjoyed Amala Paul in this film. She oozes attractiveness and gives an excellent performance. She expertly plays the part of Sainu. Her representation easily and strongly connects with us. Similarly, Gokul captivates with his emotionally packed performance.

AR Rahman’s Musical Magic and Cinematic Brilliance

AR Rahman’s original score and compositions for “Aadujeevitham” are extremely remarkable. He brings countless settings to life, eliciting strong emotions in us. Especially during moments of silence, it improves the entire movie experience. It complements the film nicely, providing depth.

The contrast of the vacant landscape with scenes of greenery and water in “Aadujeevitham” elicits an intense sense of emotion. The need to return to water in the arid landscape is intense. Cinematographer K S Sunil expertly captures these clashing environments.

A movie like this is difficult to master because we all know exactly what will happen. Blessy used several great approaches and pictures to move the plot forward. Every scene in Aadujeevitham is well-timed and well-thought out. immersing us so thoroughly that even though we know what’s going to happen, we’re kept in constant anticipation as we watch it unfold.

The most moving part of the film came after the desert scene. The emotions experienced at the end of the journey reflect human glory, perseverance, and the strength of the human spirit. It is an incredible film.

The term “masterpiece” is frequently used in the filmmaking industry. It’s used for films that leave an impression on you. I’ve been careful with that word lately, but after seeing “Aadujeevitham,” I can’t help but use it. It’s difficult not to admire this film in some way. It compels you to hold your loved ones close. By the time the credits roll, it’s hard not to be moved. It’s more than just a movie; it’s an immersive experience of sight, sound, and emotion.

4 Rating

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PS Arjun
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