Marakathamani Movie Review:
Date of Release: 16th June 2017.
Direction: A R K Saravanan.
Producer: G Dilli Babu.
Music: Dibu Naison Thomas.
Cast: Adi Pinisetti, Nikki Girlani, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Brahmanandam.
“Marakathamani ni muttukontey nijamganey Chanipotara” (Does one really die If he/she touches Marakathamani) was the tagline for the movie which created the interest along with catchy trailer which was released, directed by ARK Saravanan. Does the movie live up to the expectations? Let’s find out.
Adi and Ramdoss are thieves and jointly plan to steal a Precious Gem (Marakathamani). An ancient king guards the gem invisibly. The Gem Marakathamani carries a curse that whoever has the possession of the stone will die. Adi and Ramdoss take the help of three ghosts to guard them from the king protecting the gem.
Will they succeed in attaining the Gem? What are problems they faced because of the Gem? And how they get over them? Watch the movie to find out.
The plot and story of the film is very small and the director did not beat around the bushes to tell us the story, missing element was if he could added more suspense in the film about how the two thieves find the stone would have been bit more interesting. Movie has only one song so the audience does not get bored often.
Music by Dibu Naison Thomas and cinematography by P V Sankar are OK. Hero Adi, Heroine Nikki, Kota and Brahmanandam did justice to their roles though not extraordinary. Overall it’s a good concept attempted, but after watching the trailer audience are sure to be a bit disappointed. It’s a good attempt.
Comedy and the Story.
Slow narration & Music.
Rating: 2.5 / 5