Varathan dwells on the voyeuristic traits of a society, which pries on women, and the protective role men have to play. While Amal Neerad tells the tale with admirable restraint two thirds of the film's run-time, he dilutes its provocation with his usual pet indulgences.
(2.8) - S. Mullappilly Read Full Review
A couple realises that their ultimate privacy is at stake due to the intrusion of a group of unruly youngsters. The subject is relevant, the way the solution has been ironed out in 'Varathan' is rather cinematic and it only suits best to director Amal Neerad's technical finesse.
(2.5) - K. R. Rejeesh Read Full Review
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