Yennai Arindhaal (Tamil)
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It's Gautham's movie with Ajith adding colour admirably. Yennai Arindhaal is a feeling, a learning that just takes sometime to tell you the story, by not dramatizing events and exaggerating factors. Finally, Gautham should be credited for making a movie not for Ajith fans, but one which Ajith's fans will enjoy! Isn't that what good cinema is about?
If a story has to be told with an individual who enjoys a larger than life persona off-screen, isn't that a challenge? With the premise of the story being simple and intact, Yennai Arindhaal is what Sathyadev experiences as a timid boy, an uptight cop, a passionate lover, a loving father and a killer with a heart. Thanks to Gautham, Ajith is utilized far more than the usual gimmicks and compulsions of a commercial hero. Ajith is made to cry, look defeated, feel his pain, and also get hurt quite a lot of times. If the ardent, dedicated followers of Ajith can accept Yennai Arindhaal, then the actor Ajith is coming closer to you.


DVD Features: Dolby Digital 5.1, Anamorphic WideScreen, NTSC All Regions
English Subtitles: Not Available
Cast: Ajith Kumar, Anushka, Arun Vijay, Trisha 
Production: Shri Sai Raam Creations 
Direction: Gautham Menon 
Screenplay: Gautham Menon 
Story: Gautham Menon, Sridhar Raghavan, Thiagarajan Kumararaja 
Music: Harris Jayaraj 
Background score: Harris Jayaraj
What if all that you want in life tends to move away from you? What will you do to save the rest from leaving you? Ajith as Sathyadev delivers the right emotion and is effortless with the multiple transformations his character goes through. With quintessential similarities between the real Ajith and Sathyadev, you tend to see the gentler, well-groomed, well-bred and a genuine Ajith on screen. With the envying looks and the sweltering screen presence, Ajith is undeniably one of the smartest looking heroes we have, giving no work for the make-up artists. If you have a problem differentiating the class Ajith and the mass Ajith, then Yennai Arindhaal might give you an alternate experience of watching a Thala movie.
Gautham's untiring efforts in positioning womanhood, the unadulterated love for somebody, addressing the plight of single parents, the clinical touch of a father, the insecurity of a villain and the pain of losing something, is a tried and tested template of his and he uses it here too.


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