Arya Teddy Movie

Directed by : Shakti Soundar Rajan

Produced by: K.E. Gnanavel Raja

Written by : Shakti Soundar

Story by : Shakti Soundar Rajan

Based on : Teddy Bear

Cast : Arya, Sayyeshaa, Sathish

Music by : D. Imman

Cinematography : S. Yuva

The film’s novel plot is its significant positive separated from a submitted execution from Arya, who easily pulls off the part of an individual with over the top impulsive issue. The interesting demonstrations of the teddy bear and its science with Arya engages the watchers, yet the realistic freedoms go over the edge in a couple of arrangements in the last half. Yuva’s visuals and Imman’s music add to the general allure of the film. The activity successions look fascinating on screen and VFX works show up very persuading in the vast majority of the scenes.

The characters, with the exception of Arya’s, are guaranteed. Sathish, as the saint’s associate, for the umpteenth time, does what he for the most part does in such jobs. Karunakaran’s character as a representative in the Azerbaijan Embassy needs conviction and Magizh Thirumeni’s adversary job, as the cerebrum behind organ dealing, leaves little effect. To summarize it, what ought to have been an exciting ride winds up as an incompletely captivating charge, on account of a huge number of unintelligible groupings.