ATM REVIEW BY AYNGARAN

November 15, 2007 at 4:41 pm Leave a comment

Cast: Vijay , Shreya

Director: Bharhathan
Music: A.R.Rahman
Production: Swargachitra Productions

Vijay has reached a new milestone in his career by acting in dual roles in this diwali release “Azhagiya Tamizh Magan” the story is penned down by S.K Jeeva and directed by debutant director Bharathan. Music is scored by A.R rahman.Balasubramanian has handled the camera and Anthony is the editor.

Gurumoorthy (Vijay), is a student who is an athlete. He leads a fun filled life with his friends. Guru meets Abhi (Shriya) who is one among the richest man’s daughter and its love at first sight, Abhi also falls in love with him, realizing guru’s soft natured character ,duo start seeing each other, their love leads to wedding with their parent’s permission.

The actual plot begins when guru starts envisaging dangerous incidents in his mind, such incidents starts coming true, in one such situation he sees himself killing Abhi .so to avoid such a hazardous situation guru exiles himself to Mumbai. There he notices someone who replicates his physical appearance exactly and he is involved in a street brawl. Now he realizes that he is the one who tries to kill Abhi.when he tries to cross the road to meet him, he is bumped off by a vehicle that puts him in coma. Meanwhile the one he saw in Mumbai is called Prasad; Prasad is on his way to Chennai. Fate brings him to Abhi and he acts as guru hiding his true identity. For beauty and money Prasad starts to enjoy his new identity when things seem to go well for him, guru returns to save Abhi. From this point it’s all about how well he succeeds in saving his lady love and himself from the situation.

The cast includes Vijay and shriya in the lead, Namitha, Geetha, Aashish Vidyathi, Shayaji Shinde, Santhanam and other.

Vijay has performed well in a dual role, especially the Character of Prasad, Which has lot of negative shades and then Gurumoorthy who is a hero image, Shriya has oozed out good performance and glamour ,Namitha has shook her legs for a sensuous song number and also comes for one scene ,Santhanam tries comedy which is energetic.

A.R Rahman’s music is the biggest highlight in the movie, whether it is a folk song or a duet, Rahman has handled it very well. The Remix of “Pon Magal Vandhal” is simply superb. The movie is a good entertainer and an awesome Deepavali treat.

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