Aaraattu OTT Release Date: Neyyattinkara Gopan, a powerful ‘hooligan’ is stepping in to assist Edathala Mathai with doing an unlawful transformation of a 18-section of land paddy. Be that as it may, would he say he is truly who he says he is?
- Mohanlal as Neyyattinkara Gopan
- Shraddha Srinath as Revenue Divisional Officer (RDO) Anjali
- Ramachandra Raju as Bada Raaju
- Siddique as CI Sivasankaran
- Vijayaraghavan as Edathala Mathai
- Saikumar as Sathyasheelan
- Nedumudi Venu as Sreedharan Master
- Prabhakar as Durga Reddy
- K. B. Ganesh Kumar as Police Officer
- Swasika as Balan’s Elder Daughter
- Malavika Menon as Balan’s Daughter
- Neha Saxena as Swapna
- Rachana Narayanankutty as Rugmini
- Nandhu as Narayana Pillai, Gram panchayat President
- Maya Vishwanath as Deepa
- Biju Pappan as Edathala Baby
Aaraattu OTT Release Date
OTT Release Date: 20th March 2022
Streaming Partner: Amazon Prime
Digital Rights: Gemini TV
Satellite Rights: Gemini TV
Aaraattu Story & Analysis
B Unnikrishnan and essayist Udaykrishna have two or three parts of the mass performer right: Super star, genius talking in a neighborhood vernacular, battles and more battles, a few significant entertainers even in minor jobs, uber routine successions, an appearance by AR Rahman and loads of realistic references, especially Mohanlal’s, that will stimulate crowds. In any case, can’t a massy film likewise have a decent, reasonable story? Aaraattu experiences in this perspective.
Mohanlal plays Neyyattinkara Gopan, a powerful ‘hooligan’ who has been roped in to settle an unlawful land issue for Edathala Mathai (Vijayaraghavan), an affluent landowner in Muthalakota. He needs to even out an old 18-section of land paddy field to – it’s impossible to say – fabricate a municipality. Obviously, the RDO (Shraddha Srinath) and the residents oppose it, since it is unlawful, and the town is gaining ground with developing natural vegetables in unused terrains, because of a gathering of four young fellows who call themselves the Muthalakotta Battalion.
Neyyanttinkara Gopan has taken the property on rent and everybody realizes that it is Mathai’s ploy to ultimately even out the land. So Gopan gets going off base with everybody, except on account of his appeal and his fundamental protection from the ugliness of Mathai and his husky children, he before long has practically every one of the residents and, surprisingly, the police eating out of his hands. Yet, who is this Gopan who considers AR Rahman a companion, and what is his real mission in Muthalakotta.
Chief B Unnikrishnan has invested each energy to give the film massy claim, so essentially, this is a film that lays on Mohanlal’s shoulders. What’s more, the star ought to be valued for keeping an energetic energy and power, notwithstanding a few out and out senseless pieces; devoted fans will be excited.
Udaykrishna’s composing is inconsistent and a few sections simply don’t tie in. Also, referencing social sensitivity doesn’t make a person PC; journalists need to get rid of things like the legend scouring his chest or singing intriguing melodies when a lady shows up on screen. These things can definitely at this point not be viewed as engaging.
Additionally, what reason did the subplots of Indrans, Riyaz Khan and Nedumudi Venu really serve to the story? They appear to have been added distinctly to remember more entertainers for the job… and eventually, it seems like an old court, with such countless individuals encompassing Mohanlal constantly.