Amara Kaaviyam Movie Review – The Hindu


There is also a problem with Karthika’s response in the climax that makes you wonder if she’s suffering from a Stockholm Syndrome. Even though it is quite difficult to talk about the implications of the scene without revealing details, let us just take the time out to rubbish the notion that true love means tolerating everything from one’s lover. It sends out a wrong message.

Amara Kaaviyam, though fleetingly good, isn’t the thriller that it should have been, and isn’t the romance it intended to be.