Ayothi movie review: Yashpal, along with his wife and two children from Ayodhya decide to go on a spiritual trip to Rameshwaram. Yashpal is a conservative and religious person.
During the trip, the family meets with an accident during which Yashpal’s wife is severely injured. Sasikumar, who is the car driver’s friend tries to help the family, but Yashpal’s wife dies on the way to the hospital.
What happens next, Was Sasikumar able to help the family forms the rest of the story.
Directed by R Manthira Moorthy, the cast of the movie is its biggest positive. The characters have delivered an realistic performance in their respective roles.
The director has took a simple script and has tried to deliver it in an engaging manner. He has also touched up on contemporary political issues.
Sasikumar has once delivers as a good samaritan. He has very minimal work and has done his character effortlessly.
Rest of the cast including Yashpal Sharma, Preethi Asrani, and Bose Venkat have all doen their part well.
Music by NR Raghunandhan is impressive and gels well with theme of the movie. Cinematography by Madhesh Manickam has captured the proceedings in an effective manner.