Arya, Trisha, J. D. Chakravarthy,
Yuvan Shankar Raja
comes Vishnuvardhan. One must
say it has been a long while
since Billa. But good things
take time in the making and
one hopes that Sarvam is worth
the wait. And, the director
is with reliable companion Arya;
for the third time. The first
two instances, Arindhum Ariyaamalum
and Pattiyal were runaway hits
and this one is expected to
be a continuation of the trend.
Well, what is Sarvam all about?
The director has said that the
title means that everything
signifies one incident that
all aspects of a person’s life. Tough
to understand, one guesses that we will
have to watch the movie to grasp the exact
meaning of what Vishnuvardhan wants to convey.
He is known for fast paced action type flicks
and he also showed us that he has got the
eye for stylish film making with Billa.
So, what is the new element that Sarvam
will have to offer? If we are to believe
Vishnuvardhan, the movie will be equivalent
to two genres rolled in one. That’s
what the trailers have suggested too thus
far. There is the bright side of life; the
romance, the love, the fun and everything
that is good. There also seems to be the
dark side of life: desperation, distress
and even death.
Those will make up the two halves of the
movie respectively. And how exactly those
two halves are connected will be answered
only in theaters. The trailer has made the
movie look very well shot, especially scenes
in the dark with a big house in the background.
It has also given us a teaser look at the
Arya -Trisha chemistry. It undeniably does
look good, let’s wait to see whether
it can set the screens alight. Adding zing
to the proceedings will be Vishnuvardhan
regular Yuvan Shankar Raja’s music
that has already gained its place on the
charts. Another special element in Sarvam
will be the presence of the Rottweiler.
In case you are wondering what it is, it
is a breed of dog known in particular for
its aggression (some might dispute it).
It is seen in the trailer giving a very
tough time to Arya. In the USA, one hears
that a person needs to own a licensed gun
to keep a Rottweiler as a pet because, as
legend goes, once it closes it jaws around
a person which it perceives as an enemy,
only death can take those jaws apart. Interesting,
definitely, we’ll find out this Friday.