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Bethaludu Movie Review and Rating

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Vijay Antony, Arundathi Nair starring Saithan the latest Tamil bilingual horror thriller film. Saithan movie directed by Pradeep Krishnamoorthy, produced by Fathima Vijay Antony under Vijay Antony Film Corporation. The script was written by Pradeep Krishnamoorthy, Joe D Cruz, Karthik Krishna. The makers are simultaneously releasing this film in Tamil, Telugu languages on this friday i.e on December 1 2016 across world wide.

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Story:

The story was inspired from the novel, The girl with a Dragon Tatto. The story revolves around Vijay Antony who plays the role of a software professional named Dinesh. It is about a man’s search of a mysterious woman named Jayalakshmi. The story revolves around his struggles between his past life and reality. Arundhati Nair plays his wife and she will be seen in multiple avatars.

Alajadi Analysis:

Bethaludu is a mind-blowing psychological thriller with an engaging screenplay. Vijay Antony again proves himself as an actor cum Music Director. Bethaludu/Saithan movie is a must watch. This the first time in south film industry a movie’s first 10 minutes were released even before the movie hit the theaters. Bethaludu set this new record and each and everyone is appreciating it. The Audience response has been Enormous.

Actors Performance:

Vijay Antony: Vijay Antony is in a new and interesting get up.

Arundhati Nair: As usual, looks beautiful and gave out her best.

Technical Team Performance:

Director of the movie said that audience will definitely like the movie and hope  for huge success. Cinematography by Pradeep Kalipurayath. The visuals in the movie are stunning and Vijay Antony performance is simply amazing. After Bichagadu it is a great move by the actor turned Music director. Vijay Antony is a multi-talented personality, who can make great movies and he mesmerises audience greatly with his acting.

Plus Points:

  • Vijay Antony Performance
  • Engaging Screenplay
  • Music
  • Story
  • Cinematography

Minus points:

  • Little Drag In Second Half
  • Slow Narration
  • Climax

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