Aridhu Aridhu is a 2010 an Indian tamil film directed by K. R. Mathivanan and produced by Jayakrishnan.The film stars Harish Kalyan, Uttara Raj, Abdul Hakeem,and Harihar Raj in the lead roles. Music of the film was composed by Thaman.
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Love, greed, crime and revenge. These are the basic emotions that constitute the story of Eesa. If you are the type who expects something new every time you watch a film, Eesa is bound to disappoint you big time. Vignesh and Lakshana play the lead pair in the film, supported by Singampuli. They work in Thoothukudi under a wealthy respectable man in the village. But as the story unfolds it comes to light that he is corrupt and wicked within. Lakshana is the one who first stumbles upon the truth and she has to pay for it with her life, but not before passing on the truth to Vignesh in the midst of her final few breaths. It has to be a predictable course from then on, murder in the name of revenge. The script is the biggest flaw in Eesa, a lot more care should have been taken in the writing department. The proceedings get tiresome and irksome very early in the first half and it is a weary wait for the climax, you don t feel interested at any point. However there are a few scenes where one is shaken out of passiveness. Vignesh, unable to accept Lakshana s death keeps her decaying dead body alongside him, talking and singing to her. Such scenes, though not new to Tamil cinema, have been shot well. Vignesh has worked hard, but the results are far below satisfactory, mainly due to the deficient script. His character loses his sanity after Lakshana s death and becomes sort of psychic. The body language in most of those scenes bears striking resemblance to that of Vikram s character in Pithamagan. The director must have been alive to this situation. Eesa is a poorly made film with the shoddy script being the main culprit. With the foundation being shaky, there is little that could be done by the other elements to salvage the movie. more»
First love in anyone's life holds a special place especially if the memory is filled with the vibrant musings of the city that you grew up in. Benaras holds a special place in Kundan's heart, because not only did he grow up as a typical, god fearing, shiv bhakt-Pandit but also because it was the city that gave him Zoya. Quiet and beautiful with mischievous eyes, Zoya was the girl of his dreams. She was like a breath of fresh air to him who he would follow every day to the bazaar and back to her house till one day, he mustered the courage to speak to her and tell her his true feelings - his 13 year old heart, smitten by her simplicity. She doesn't take him seriously and brushes him off. Time passed by and Zoya moved to Delhi to study further. Love, they say, is a feeling that only grows stronger with time and Kundan's love for Zoya never diminished. He carries his feelings all through college and his heart flippes when Zoya came back to his town. With Zoya back in Benaras, Kundan's world was filled with excitement as he was thinking of finally telling her how he felt. However, it instead shatters when Zoya tells him her true feelings. His heart breaks and the rage that Kundan feels is inexplicable. What follows is a tale of love, betrayal, redemption and healing set against the very rooted town of Benaras and the upbeat political environment of Delhi. more»
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A pair of twins boys; separated at a young age grow up in different environments. One grows in Chennai and becomes an officer (Vasudevan) in a private investigative agency and the other grows in Dindukkal becomes a typical rustic young man (Vetrivel). The city bred Surya charms Swathi (Asin) through his professional ethics. Rustic Vel is engaged in the bloody tussle with Sakara Pandi (Kalabhavan Mani); who has deep rooted enmity against the family. When Vasu' mother sends him to a village to look for her lost son; Vasu encounters Vel and his foster family. The family refuses to send Vel to his original family. Vasu; understanding their unadulterated affection towards Vel; agrees to give up his claim. But he has one request. Vel should go to Chennai pretending as Vasu and live with his mother. Vasu in turn would act as Vel in the village. Vel accepts. Vasu continues Vel's struggle against powerful Sakara Pandi but with a different approach. Vasu uses his brain and investigating network instead of muscle power. The rules of the game changes; and Pandi finds himself cornered. more»
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Emtan (Nassar) runs a provision shop in a village. His son Krishna (Bharath), a student of poultry science, helps him in the shop. A strict father Emtan is always at his son's back. His strict ways of dealing his son leaves an uncomfortable scene in the house. Vadivelu (Krishna's uncle) is the only solace for him in the house. Krishna meets his childhood crush Janani (Gopika), daughter of his uncle (Shanmugarajan). Both their families are at loggerheads. A death in their family brings them together. Unfortunately Krishna and Janani are caught kissing which again leaves a split in the family. While Emtan drives his son out, Janani also walks away with him. Finally Krishna succeeds in making a wonderful career and reuniting his family. At the end all the family is reunited and the couple wait their first child. more»