Aindhu Aindhu Aindhu is one of the latest movies to hit the screens in Tamil cinema. The movie is the latest offering from director Sasi, who is known for delivering hit and notable movies like Roja Kootam, Poo and Dishyum. The director has tried his luck in action combined with thriller which is coupled with a beautifully woven love story. The movie, which is also considered to be the comeback flick for actor Bharath who has lost the market fairly in the recent years, has the actor playing the lead role in an impressive manner.
Aindhu Aindhu Aindhu is a story that tells us about the life of Aravind (Bharath), who suffers from a serious brain illness after meeting with an accident. When he comes back to consciousness, he begins to believe that he lost his love interest Liyana (Mrithika) in the accident. However, his brother (Santhanam) tells him that there was no such girl who ever existed in his life. Aravind is in a big state of confusion now and can he solve this mystery? Who comes in his way to hinder his proceedings?
Director Sasi has gone for an engaging approach in Aindhu Aindhu Aindhu and the resultant product keeps you engaged from the very first frame to the very last. It all starts from the stupendously shot accident and ends in a good climax. In between the proceedings, there comes a beautifully woven love story, which forms the central theme of the movie.
Director Sasi has given a fantastic characterization to all his characters. There comes many twists between the characters and the resolving happens at the right time with right sense.
Actor Bharath has worked hard and has given everything he could possibly give to a movie character. His hard work does not only show in his eight pack abs but also in his acting and dance moves. He forms the backbone of the proceedings in the movie.
Overall, Aindhu Aindhu Aindhu is an engaging thriller that is up for grabs!
Plus :Director Sasi’s brilliant screenplay with lot of twist, Bharath Hard work, fantastic characterization
Minus : Need to find out
Verdict : An Engaging Action Thriller, Not able to predict the next scene so worth watch