‘Ore Oru Vaatti… Enkuda Oru Night Spend Pannu…. Ha..Ha..Ha.. Adhukku Appuram Naa Unna Tholla Panna Maatein’ – such hackneyed dialogues have been persistently rendered by our onscreen guys for making whoopee with heroines who dumped them by marrying someone else…
For the God’s sake, how long will our filmmakers keep beating the same bush with annoying stories? If you’ve watched the film, bang your heads and confess.
Sorry if we’ve hurt the feelings of Prabhu. We appreciate him for choosing a clichéd story with some twists in the second half. But then, it’s not so impressive and Prabhu could’ve worked for a slick narration.
Much similar to very old films where jobless hero roams around with his friends and comes across the heroine and falls in love at first sight and then there are some twists and turns. Karthi (Jai) falls in love with Janani (Vijayalakshmi) as he comes across first time. Later, he somehow impresses and manages to win her heart. But then father (Nizhalgal Ravi), who wants his son to fly Australia for higher studies.
Meanwhile, Janani marries someone else as the guy is rich and good looking. On his return flight, Karthi comes across a new friend Shiva (Rahul) and they become friends now. When Siva comes to know about Karthi’s pitiable love story, he urges him to take revenge on that girl who cheated him.
And now, our hero starts blackmailing Janani until she accepts to share her bed with him for a time. But the biggest shock is awaited for Karthi, when he comes to know that Janani is none other Shiva’s wife.
Jai looks tranquilized all throughout the film and maybe, he wasn’t interesting in this film. Vijayalakshmi doesn’t suit the glamour part and newcomers Rahul has a long way to go. Premji cannot afford to bring out a good music.
Finally, ‘Adhey Neram Adhey Idam’ could’ve been made with yet more finely tuned screenplay removing certain clichéd absurd factors.
Bottom – Line: Worst Time, Worst Place
Verdict: Just avoid it.