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Azhagai Irukkirai Bayamai Irukkirathu Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Saturday, April 15, 2006 • Tamil ]
Azhagai Irukkirai Bayamai Irukkirathu Review
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Cast:
Bharath, Arun, Mallika Kapoor, Deepu, M S Bhasker, Renuka, Supergood Lakshmanan
Direction:
SD. Vijaymilton
Production:
Cheran
Music:
Yuvan Shankar Raja
Movie:
Azhagai Irukkirai Bayamai Irukkirathu

New directors generally prefer to focus on romantic themes. Vijay Milton, the cameraman who has debuted as a director, has also taken this safe route.

And he begins on a brisk note, but he inexplicably lets it all fizzle out and ends on a dull and a predictable note. Apparently aimed at the youth segment, Vijay Milton has chosen a love quadrangle kind of theme.

Fresh from the success of Pattiyal, Bharath has enough opportunities to express his histrionics in AIBI too and does it decently well. Newcomer Mallika Kapoor, as a bubbly young heroine, leaves a fair impression.
 
The movie begins with Mano (Bharath), a native of Ooty, who comes down to Chennai in search of his lover, whom he had met in his native. On coming to Chennai, he comes across Jo alias Jothi Lakshmi (Mallika Kapoor).

But she has a crush on Prem (Arun Kumar), a popular cricket player and a rich entrepreneur. Meanwhile Prem is keen on getting married to Nandhini (Dheepu), a newsreader with whom he develops acquaintance and spends all his time with her.

Mano and Jo plan to separate Nandhini and Prem. They come up with some hilarious plans to estrange the lover couple.

Unfortunately all boomerangs and eventually it leads to both getting ready to wedlock. When their wedding is fixed, for no big reason they develop difference of opinion and decide to separate.

A small flashback reveals that Mano lover is none other Jo. However coming to know that she is crazy behind Prem, he keeps the secret close to his heart and plans various strategies to get them married.

Did Jo came to know about Mano's love or did she marriy Prem forms the climax.

Arun Kumar has given a matured performance. But it is something that is no different from the ones that he did in movies like Iyarkai. Renuka as Bharath's mother and M S Baskar as his friend mark their presence.

A couple of tunes by Yuvan are impressive. Produced by Cheran, director Vijay Milton has given necessary fillip to the movie by using computer graphics at appropriate places and also capturing the song sequences in a novel way.

A Mills & Boon kind of movie, the youth crowd may like it.

Rating: 0 / 5.0

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