“Aranmanai 4,” Movie Review

In “Aranmanai 4,” Saravanan (played by Sundar C) stands as a beacon of integrity, refusing to represent those who engage in dishonest or illegal activities. His unwavering devotion to his sister, Selvi (portrayed by Tamannaah), remains steadfast despite her departure from the family due to a marriage against their wishes. When tragedy strikes, and he learns of his sister and brother-in-law’s deaths, followed by Selvi’s untimely demise, Saravanan’s world is shattered. Rushing to the family estate nestled in a forest, he uncovers a sinister plot endangering his niece and nephew, the children of his late sister.

As Saravanan delves deeper, he uncovers the truth: his sister was murdered, and her daughter is now the target. Determined to protect the innocent child, he navigates treacherous waters to unravel the mystery behind his sister’s death and the sinister forces at play.

Sundar C delivers a compelling performance as Saravanan, embodying the righteous attorney on a mission to safeguard his family’s legacy. Tamannaah’s portrayal of Selvi showcases her versatility, seamlessly transitioning from a protective mother to a vengeful spirit seeking justice for her loved ones.

Despite their limited screen time, Raashi Khanna, Yogi Babu, VTV Ganesh, and Kovai Sarala add depth to the narrative, infusing it with moments of humor and camaraderie. Their comedic timing complements the film’s lighter moments, providing a respite from the tension.

The film’s success in blending horror and comedy lies in its meticulous attention to detail, particularly in its exploration of Assamese mythology and the malevolent entity known as the Baak. Sundar C masterfully weaves a narrative that taps into primal fears while incorporating elements of folklore, enhanced by Hip Hop Tamizha’s evocative soundtrack.

In “Aranmanai 4,” horror and comedy converge seamlessly, creating an unforgettable cinematic experience that resonates with audiences. With its gripping storyline, stellar performances, and expertly crafted scares, it emerges as the perfect blend of spine-chilling thrills and laugh-out-loud moments, solidifying its status as the quintessential horror comedy.

Cast:- Sundar C, Tammanna, Raashi Khanna, Yogi Babu, Kovai Sarala, VTV Ganesh, Santhosh Pratap and Others.

Director:- Sundar  C