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⭐⭐⭐⭐ Aadujeevitham The Goat Life Review – Visual Brilliance Novel

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⭐⭐⭐⭐ Aadujeevitham The Goat Life Review – Visual Brilliance Novel


Movie Name: The Goat Life – Aadujeevitham
Movie Rating: 4/5
Language: Telugu
Banner: Visual Romance Image Makers
Cast: Prithviraj Sukumaran, Amala Paul, Jimmy Jean-Louis, Shobha Mohan, KR Gokul, and others
Music: A. R. Rahman
DOP: Sunil K. S. and K U Mohanan (Un Credited)
Editor: A. Sreekar Prasad
Screenplay and Directed by: Blessy
Release Date: March 28, 2024


LeLet’s delve into whether the movie is a commendable attempt or not.

Aadujeevitham Novel is smash hit in Kerala and everyone is keen to work on the novel said by Famous Malayalam actor Prithviraj Sukumaran, who played Deva, Prabhas’s friend in “Salaar,” while promoting his pan-Indian film, Aadu Jeevitham, in Hyderabad. Let’s come to story and why everyone is eager to work on it will it really amazing one or not lets find out thoroughly. Did Directory film commendable attempt or not?

Nazeeb (played by Prithviraj Sukumaran) leaves his pregnant wife (Amala Paul) at home and travels to Saudi Arabia in search of better opportunities. Upon arrival at the airport with his friend Hakeem, they discover that the company’s officials have not shown up to receive them. Unable to communicate with others due to a lack of proficiency in Hindi or English, they feel bewildered. After several hours, an Arab man approaches them and offers them a ride in his jeep. Assuming he is from the company, they accept, only to realize later that they have been deceived. Nazeeb is taken to one location in the desert, while Hakeem is taken to another. They are forced into slavery and assigned to tend to goats. After spending several years in servitude, they hatch a plan to escape with the help of an African laborer (Jimmy Jean-Louis). Will their plan succeed?

Artistes Performances:
Prithviraj delivers an outstanding performance as Nazeeb. His dedication is evident in every scene. In the latter part of the story, he portrays a thin physique, having shed numerous kilograms for this specific episode. His sincere performance effectively conveys the pain of Nazeeb. Prithviraj’s acting is deserving of an award. KR Gokul, in his role as Prithviraj’s friend, also delivers an excellent performance. Jimmy Jean-Louis excels in his pivotal role. Despite having minimal dialogue, he delivers a convincing portrayal.

Technical Excellence:
The cinematography is remarkable. The desert sequences are Spectuclar, and the excellent cinematography makes us feel as if we have been transported to the Arabian desert.

The background score by AR Rahman enhances the harrowing experience the protagonist goes through.

Editing is good.

– Story Plot
– Prithviraj and Jimmy Jean-Louis stunning performance
– Spectacular Visuals

– Lengthy runtime (But novel is divided into four parts, unable to crisp but it play with audience patient if they won’t connect with Nazeeb Life)

The Goat Life, also known as Aadu Jeevitham, is based on a Malayalam novel written by the author Benyamin based upon Nazeed Mohammed real life. Director Blessy was faithful towards novel and expressed four divisions of novel in around 2-50 minutes.

The story is based on a true incident. Many people from Kerala migrate to Gulf countries in search of work.

While many have been settled well in Saudi Arabia and own large malls and businesses, several workers have been duped or coerced into slavery. The film tells the story of an individual whose hopes for a better life were dashed after being forced into slavery in Saudi Arabia.

The story has only one line: a man’s struggle to return to India after being tricked in Saudi Arabia and forced into slavery. The initial portion effectively depicts Nazeeb’s move to Saudi Arabia, his life back home, and his challenges to converse with Arabs.

The first half of the film is entirely dedicated to setting up the drama. The second half of the film focuses on the protagonist’s struggles to escape from this entrapment. It is difficult for anyone to escape from the vast desert on foot, so how do the protagonist and his friend overcome the many challenges that the desert throws at them?

The second half of the film not only contains beautiful vistas of the desert, but it also depicts how hard the two companions struggled in the desert, and their survival struggles make us feel their pain. The extended drama concerning their escape is both exciting and also tiring. The images and dramatic performances are excellent. However, the slow and protracted drama is frustrating. This is a humane narrative, but it is difficult to fathom that a Muslim man does not even grasp basic Hindi.

Overall, “The Goat Life” Aadu Jeevitham features outstanding performances by Prithviraj and stunning desert scenery. However, it is more of an art film that requires patience to watch due to its slow pace. Despite its excellent intentions, it may not be for everyone.

This film should watch everyone try to connect with Nazeed story where it is larger than life and makes everyone to get succeed with life hurdles.

Loka Chitra Line: “Novel in Spectacular Visuals story telling”

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