Aham (film)

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Aham
Aham film.jpg
Aham DVD cover
Directed by Rajeevnath
Produced by Rajeevnath
Written by Rajeevnath (story)
Venu Nagavally (dialogues)
Starring Mohanlal
Urvasi
Ramya Krishna
Music by Raveendran
Cinematography Santhosh Sivan
Edited by Ravi
Production
company
Sreesankara Arts
Release dates
  • 1992 (1992)
Country India
Language Malayalam
Budget Rs.46 Lakhs

Aham is 1992 Malayalam film directed by Rajeevnath, starring Mohanlal, Urvasi and Ramya Krishna in the lead roles.

Plot[edit]

Aham is the story of Sidharthan (Mohanlal), who grew up in a disciplined and strict environment and tried to lead his family life in similar lines. But his wife (Urvasi) was not able to adjust with his crazy lifestyle. She wanted to become self-dependent but this created suspicion in Siddharthan's mind. In a resulting argument and physical struggle, She got pushed from the balcony and goes into a coma. This makes Siddharthan lose his mental balance. Later he ends up in a mental asylum and leads a spiritual life there. At the end Siddharthan commits suicide.

Reviews[edit]

Aham tells how a man’s pathetic childhood and claustrophobic life situations affect him badly in his life and how it results in the mental imbalance of the same person. The strict life with a weird dressing style and excessive care in each and every aspect of his life are Siddharthan’s futile attempts to reshape a life he lost in his early childhood. It can be assumed that the symptoms for the developments to a mental patient was in work for him from his earlier childhood itself, but reached its climax only after the marriage which otherwise would happen in anyway. However his transformation from a man who lost his control of mind to a sanyasin (even though he is not fully recovered from his mental illness) with a somewhat normal life is not dealt convincingly in the movie. The length of the movie with less planning for the scenes affect the factor of appreciation of the movie.

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

Aham at the Internet Movie Database