Aathi review – Galatta.com
Cast: Vijay, Trisha, Prakash Raj, Manivannan, Vjayakumar, Naseer, etc.,
Producer: Shoba Chandrasekar
It is a general fact that revenge-based stories are much in demand in the film industry. With such a view, Aathi is framed. Not only is the hero bent upon talking revenge but the heroine too. Vijay has done a splendid role as usual. Director Ramana has used Vijay’s talents, handled them carefully and directed it towards success.
Anjali (Trisha) wearing a beautiful white dress attacks Devan with a knife and blood oozes from his body. This is the start of Aathi . Trisha studies in a college and is under the care of her uncle (Nasser). She is bent up on taking revenge against those who were responsible for her orphaned state. Aathi (Vijay) is brought up in New Delhi by his foster parents (Manivannan and Seetha). He moves to Chennai to study. Within him burns the fire of taking revenge against those who were responsible for the death of his parents and relatives.
Both Anjali and Aathi are directed towards the same cause. Aathi and Anjali gradually fall in love and try establishing their revenge mission together. What really happens after a lot of bloodshed, fight and thrilling moments is the real suspense. Vijay has worn the same garment of fight, dance and comedy as usual. Vijay’s comedy makes bellies roll.
Prakash Raj has proved himself as a cop. Sai Kumar has a villain has done a real good job too. Vidyasagar’s music and Vijay’s dance are good and appreciable. Camera work by Soundarajan is to be appreciated deeply.
Director Ramana has brought a beautiful output from the Telugu remake and made it feel homely. Aathi is a typical revenge-based movie where blood flows like ketchup.
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