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Iruvar Mattum Movie review
Almost all movies one gets to see today follow the beaten track of triangular love, with a cast running to hundreds, if not thousands. Suddenly there dawns on the horizon a movie which attempts to defy the established formula.
Such a movie is Iruvar Mattum, starring Abhay and Sunitha Verma. For the fans of English movies, the story of Iruvar Mattum may not sound strange.
In fact, one would even venture to say that the story of this movie has been considerably influenced by jungle yarns dished out of Hollywood.To make a movie with just two characters is indeed a bold move and, to a certain extent, the director has won.
The story is set against the backdrop of deep forests; most of the events take place there. Selvi (Sunitha Verma) seeks the solitude of the forest; in the bargain, she meets Azhaku Sundaram (Abhay) who lives in the jungle along with his mother.
As could be expected from a formula film, in this film too, the expected happens. The heroine falls in love with the hero. Though she abhors the uncouth manners of the jungle dweller, as time rolls on, transformation slowly sets in and Selvi's attempts to civilize the hero succeed.
The two tie the nuptial knot after overcoming many a hurdle. The director narrates the story through the medium of flash-back, that is, the elderly couple reminiscing about their past.
The two newcomers carry the film forward commendably. One should commend the director Dwaraki Raghavan for his boldness in making a film with just two characters and succeeding in that attempt.
Though the storyline could have been paid a little more attention, the narrative has been lifted out of the ordinary by excellent cinematography and appropriate background score by Vijay Antony.
Iruvar Mattum - The film is worth watching.