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Karna Karan, Simhaa, Balaji, Vijayalakshmi
Sean Roldan
Aadama Jaichomada

Aadama Jaichomada

Thursday, January 1, 1970 • Tamil Comments

Movie names derived from popular songs has become quite a trend, and falling on the lines is “Aadama Jaichomada” that became popular during the days of Mankaatha. Now the movie is all but set for a release this weekend and there are quite a number of catchy facts that surround the movie, that should compel the movie goers to throng the cinemas.
For once the rise of Bobby Simha has been nothing short of a phenomenon, from the loan shark in Neram to a brutal rowdy in Jigarthanda he has entertained on all grounds winning reviews from critics and applause from the audience likewise. He plays as a cop, the one with a lateral thinking up his sleeve in cracking down cases. Badri the director is said to have twisted a tale around cricket and the dark face of gambling that clouds the sport.
Apart from Simha, another star who is shooting to fame for his innocent one liners and slapstick humor is Karunakaran. The recent Jigarthanda saw the actor’s strength in playing an important sidekick, yet carve a neat role for himself. Both Simha and Karunakaran have brushed their short films beside to concentrate more on the main length movies. Also present are Vijayalakshmi who is back after a brief hiatus and Balaji Venugopal who last played the lead in Sutta Kadhai.
As the movie’s title goes, it’s about illegal betting during the cricket matches and how it’s unearthed by special task team. The movie will be an abode of comic timing and humor dialogues and why not as the scripting is by none other than “Shiva” the actor himself. The RJ turned hero is known for his cracker dialogues onscreen and now he has capped himself as a dialogue writer as well.
Badri an associate director of Sundar C directed the remake of Thillu Mullu which opened to positive reviews all over. It will be ironical as Sundar C’s Aranmanai also hits the screens on the same day, so locking horns with the Guru will be a toast. Sean’s music is one to watch out for, as this youngster has been winning some rave reviews.
Mark your calendars, September 19 is the date!