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'Aruvam' review: Siddharth's horror film is an unadulterated bore

Film ReviewSiddharth plays a food inspector who can detect adulteration just be sniffing the dish in this disjointed horror film.Priyanka ThirumurthyIn Tamil, the word 'Aruvam' can be roughly translated to 'formless' or 'shapeless'. And if there is one thing director Sai Sekhar got right in his movie, it is the title. You can barely make head or tail of this horror film which lacks even the semblance of a logical structure in its two-and-a-half-hour duration. The movie stars Siddharth and Catherine Tresa in the lead roles. Catherine Tresa plays the role of Jyothi, a government school teacher who wants to model her life on Mother Teresa. What she manages to do, however, is behave like Asin on steroids from Ghajini, where the heroine fights to rescue trafficked children from a train. Here though, the heroine attacks a fortune-teller on the road for keeping a parrot caged. To make matters worse,

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