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Aathi

This article is about the 2006 film. For the Indian actor, see Aadhi (actor).
Aadhi
File:Aadhi DVD Cover.jpg
DVD Cover
Directed by Ramana
Produced by S. A. Chandrasekhar
Shoba Chandrasekhar
Written by Surendran Reddy
Starring Joseph Vijay
Trisha Krishnan
Prakash Raj
Vivek
Sai Kumar
Music by Vidyasagar
Cinematography S. Soundar Rajan
Editing by Suresh Urs
Studio Sooriyan Arts
Release date(s) 15 January 2006
Running time 165 min
Country India
Language Tamil
Budget INR120 million

Aadhi (Tamilஆதி, Āti ?) is a 2006 Tamil movie. Starring (Vijay) and Trisha in the lead roles. It is a remake of the Telugu film Athanokkade. This film was directed by Ramana and was produced by S.A.Chandrasekar. The movie received largely negative reviews and was panned by critics.

Plot

The opening scene shows Anjali (Trisha Krishnan) in white, like an angel, sitting on a white bench feeding a white pigeon by a calm ocean and a police officer (Devan) coming and sitting by her side and exchanging pleasantries and suddenly she whips out a knife and kills him saying that she has been waiting for this moment for many years.

After that, the movie moves to Aadhi (Vijay) who lives with his foster parents (Manivannan & Seetha) in New Delhi. He takes up a course in a Chennai college against his parents' wishes, while he is actually on mission to eliminate the people behind the murder of his blood family.

Similarly Anjali studying in the same college has her own agenda to seek revenge on her parents' killers, and she is assisted by her uncle (Nassar). Soon Aadhi falls in love with Anjali, as she brings back memories of his childhood sweetheart and cousin who loved to dance in the rain.

In a shocking flashback, it is revealed that Anjali and Aadhi were from the same family. Aathi's biological father (Prakash Raj) was an honest cop who arrested one of the henchmen of a local gangster, RDX (Sai Kumar). To strike back at Aadhi's father who refuses to release his henchmen, he pays them a visit with some of his henchmen and the police officer Anjali murdered earlier in the film and murders their whole extended family. Only Anjali, her uncle and Aadhi survived the blast that annihilated their family.

Together, they combine forces to get revenge on RDX. The climax shows a battle between Aadhi and RDX, in which Aadhi kills RDX.

Cast

Reception & Box Office

The film received large negative reviews from critics & declared as a "boxoffice" bomb. Sify stated that "It is only Vijay's strong screen presence that makes Aathi, somewhat credible. At best, this hit-and-run revenge flick adds up to a action feast for the festival audience".[1][2] Nowrunning rated 3 out of 5 stars and called the film "Though not bracingly pleasurable, the movie is worth for its well etched out dialogues, racy action sequences and Vijay's brisk acting"[3]

Soundtrack

Aathi
Soundtrack album by Vidyasagar
Released 2006
Producer Vidyasagar
Vidyasagar chronology

Paramasivan
(2006)
Aathi
(2006)
Mozhi
(2007)

The film has five songs composed by Vidyasagar with lyrics by Palani Barathi, Pa. Vijay & Yuga Barathi.

Song Title Singers
"Olli Olli Iduppe" Karthik, Anuradha Sriram
"Ennai Konja Konja" Hariharan, Sujatha Mohan
"Athi Athikka" S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Sadhana Sargam
"Yea Duraa" Saindhavi, Tippu
"Lealakku Lealakku" KK, Sujatha Mohan

The film includes two more songs not included in the audio soundtrack which are:

  • “Varran Varran” sung by Tippu
  • “Iruvar Vazhvum” sung by Karthik & Kalyani Nair

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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