Aatma Review

Aatma Film Review

Aatma Movie Review

Ratings : NA Aatma Review by Taran Adarsh

‘Aatma’ centres around one-time married couple Abhay and Maya as they battle for their child Nia’s love.

It’s as much about a father’s undying love for his daughter, as it is about a mother’s unwillingness to make a sacrifice.

Even though Maya silently suffers abuses from her raging husband, she manages to cut him off legally but struggles to get rid of his devilish spirit.

‘Aatma’ scores mainly for Nawazuddin’s spirited acting as the ruthless, diabolic father, who goes about punishing anyone and everyone and who taunts, punishes or teases his little girl.

He’s merciless as the unforgiving husband who tortures his wife but stops only when he thinks his actions might have woken up his sleeping daughter.

Nawazuddin displays remarkable finesse in creating the conflict-ridden Abhay who turns from doting father into an abusive husband quickly.

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Cast & Crew

Director – Suparn Verma
Starring – Bipasha Basu, Nawazuddin Siddiqui
Music – Sangeet Haldipur, Siddharth Haldipur
Distributor – Wide Frame Pictures
Producer – Kumar Mangat Pathak, Abhishek Pathak
Writer – Suparn Verma
Release date- 22 March 2013