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A AA E EE Peview
AVM Productions
Navdeep, Mounica, Prabhu, Manorama, Aravindakash, Saranya Mohan, V M C Haneefa, Livingston, Ganja Karuppu
Kumaran, Shanumugam
Vijay Antony


Thursday, January 1, 1970 • Tamil Comments

'A, Aa, E, Ee' produced by AVM Studios is a tale of two loves tested to the hilt by social constrains and of course some serious lapses in communication. The film has a backdrop that probably has the potential to relate with audiences. Two rich folks in a village with off springs of marriageable ages and a melodrama with the zest for pure love ensue.

Tangled love and the efficacies of truth echo with the youth associated in this film. The lead roles are enacted by Navdeep, Arvind, Monica and Saranya Mohan. Which couple among these are the real lovers? This is a major suspense element in the film.

The film's title 'A AA E EE' depicts the first four letters of the Tamil alphabet. The makers of this film even go on to say that these letters depict all of life in its entirety.

Prabhu plays a vital role in the film and he had even gone on to say that he performed a challenging role after a while and that had made him very happy. World Record holder for maximum number of films Manorama also features in the film. Interestingly comedian Kanja Karuppu has been paired with an Australian damsel named Juliet. Something Kanja Karuppu would not forget in a hurry. VMC Hanifa known for hilarious comic performances plays a prominent role in the film.

The producers of the film AVM Kumaran and AVM K. Shanmugam are of the opinion that 'A AA E EE' would go on to be compared with some of the studio's earlier hits like 'Kathalikka Neramillai' and 'Ooty Varai Uravu'.

The film has been shot with a rustic backdrop where one would expect to witness villagers caught between evils of society such as caste, creed and religious enmity. But this film toes a different line depicting a totally peaceful, beautiful village.

'A AA E EE' was shot in picturesque locations like Thenkasi, Kuttralam, Ambasamudram, Manimutharu, Karaikudi, Thirumayam, and Salem in Tamilnadu and in Kerala's Challagudi.

Story and screenplay have been penned by Krishna Vamsi and the film is directed by Sabapathy Dhatchanamoorthy.