India’s “Aaats” has made an international splash with its mesmerizing cinematography and captivating score, but now a new film review has been released.
In this article, the writer explores the plot, the cast, and how the film’s success was created.
Aaatar is the story of two brothers who live in a village called Bajurapuram in Kerala, India.
While a few years ago, the brothers were working as a labourer in the fields, they suddenly find themselves faced with the dilemma of making the family a business.
In the middle of this, they are confronted by a man who offers to help them build a business on the banks of the River Ganges.
Aaatar tells its story through the eyes of the two brothers, a woman named Ritika, and their son, Aaat.
Ritika and Aaattraas family is a family of three, who all work in a family business.
Their daughter, Ritikas, is a high school dropout, and her son, Anis, works as a driver in a local bus company.
In order to create a business, the two boys must convince their friends that they can do something about it.
This is the beginning of Aaats story.
The film follows Aaate and his friends through the journey to building their business, and then through the ups and downs that comes with this task.
The film’s plot is narrated by the son of the film-maker who plays the role of Aarash.
Rupan, the young director of the movie, says that the main aim of the story is to explore the family dynamics.
“In order to do this, we had to put the emphasis on the people that we met, the relationships that we had.
That is what really makes the film unique,” he says.
“The main thing that we wanted to achieve was to give people an insight into the life of the people.”
Aaater, Rupan and their friends live in Bajuriapuramar, a village in Kerala.
The plot revolves around the three brothers, who live with their grandmother, Ritu, and the two young men, Anish and Aaqar, who work as the main breadwinners in the family.
Ritu’s job as a maid and Aarashaas son, Tumul, are part-time employees, and they live with Ritu and her daughter, a student, who also works as the family’s driver.
In return, the three have a share in the household.
Ritila, the daughter of the village, is studying in a college, while Anis works as an auto mechanic.
The family is led by Ritilas mother Ritira, and is led at times by her younger brother Aaqas.
“Our family is very close to each other and we feel very happy.
We want to live a happy life.
We are very proud of this,” says Ritilla.
Rito, the younger brother of Aaqa, is the only one who does not want to go to college.
He works as part-timer at the local bus depot.
The two younger brothers are very quiet and shy, and Ritica feels that she must help them with their chores.
“We are very lucky that we live in an area with good drainage and water,” says Aaqs mother, Rithika.
“It is a very poor area and we are lucky that our family can afford to be in the middle class.
It is our destiny to build a small business.”
Aaqar is a boy with the ambition of becoming a professional footballer.
He wants to become a footballer, and plays football at a school.
“I want to play for a team.
I have never dreamed of going to college, but I think I will do it.
I am very excited about it,” he explains.
“Football is a dream for everyone,” says Tumu, the boy’s younger brother.
“My brother and I have been playing football together for almost 10 years.
We have played every match of every match.
The only thing we miss is football.
We just want to enjoy every minute of it,” says the boy.
“We want to achieve our dream, but we need a little bit more help.
It has to be more than just football.
If we want to build the business, we need money and we need to work hard,” says Anish, who is also a footballer.
The family is also looking for help from their neighbours.
“All our neighbours know us and want to help us out.
My father, Rita, has always been generous with us,” says their mother, Mysore.
“He has been very supportive and helped us through a lot,” adds Anis.
Ritesh, the older brother of Rit, is also the