The film walks us through the fragments of the life of Aruvi, whilst satirically portraying the harsh reality of the society. The film has different shades to it, evoking a variety of emotions which we even knew existed. It is a tight slap on the face, a brutal portrayal of the reality where people respect a piece of currency paper more than humanitarian values.
Aruvi sets a perfect example that a movie can be a masterpiece, even without superstars, if it manages to strike a chord with us. It’s a reminder that cinema is not just all about entertaining us with some duet numbers, baseless comedy, and cheesy romance; but also lets you witness the things we fail to see. If you watch movies to have some fun, then Aruvi makes you think otherwise and has set up some high standards for filmmakers to turn it into a cult classic.
Aruvi, as the name suggests, definitely kindles a plethora of emotions flowing out of us like an Aruvi (waterfall).