|Cast||Amala Paul, Ramya Subramanian, Sri Ranjani|
|Music Director||Praveen K L|
|Cinematography||Vijay Karthik Kannan|
|Producer||Rambabu Kalluri and Vijay Moraveneni|
Aadai is a 2019 Indian Tamil-language thriller film directed by Rathna Kumar, who earlier directed Meyaadha Maan and produced by Viji Subramaniyan under the production banner V Studios. The film released in Telugu with the title Aame. Sri Ranjani played Amala Paul’s mother role. The film unit promoted the movie well and it released today after getting delayed. Else, the movie was supposed to hit the screens yesterday itself. Check out the review of the film here.
Kamini (Amala Paul), after getting drunk heavily at a friend’s birthday party wakes up the next day in an old building with no clothes on her body. How did this happen? Who did this to her? What happened that night to her? Forms the story of the movie.
Amala Paul is truly an asset for this film. We can say that has carried the entire movie on her own with her engaging and outstanding performance. Despite getting a challenging role, Amala Paul has pulled it off with ease and she has also showcased variations in her character in a beautiful way. Ramya Subramanian also delivered an honest performance and added more beauty for the film. She also looked gorgeous in the movie on the screen and gave competition to Amala Paul. Sri Ranjani acted naturally in the movie. The rest of the actors also made their presence felt.
Rathnakumar has prepared an interesting script for this film and the way he has narrated it is outstanding. He keeps the audience engaged from the start to the end and will definitely impress the audience with his pace of the narration. He has executed the complex story in a decent and beautiful way.
Production values by Rambabu Kalluri and Vijay Moraveneni are luxurious. The producers have invested decent amounts without compromising in terms of quality. Music by Pradeep Kumar added more strength for this film. Not only his songs but also his background score is intense. Dialogues by Rajesh A Murthy are impactful. Cinematographer Vijay Karthik Kannan has produced bright visuals for this film. Editing by Shafiq Muhammad Ali is clean.
The movie has a really entertaining script which is definitely the major plus point of this film. The movie starts off on an interesting note and the entire first staff is really impressive and will make the audience connect with the story of the film. However, when compared the first half, the second half is even racier and interesting with a lot more twists. Amala Paul’s intense performance and screenplay can be considered as the highlights of this film. However, as it is a Tamil film, Tamil nativity might not grab the attention of some Telugu audience which can be considered as a minus point of this film. To conclude, ‘Aame’ movie will definitely give a thrilling ride for the viewers.