has given some good melodious pieces, which are non flamboyant in the movie. The tunes will be here to stay. Both the rain songs were good, and refreshing to the ears.
was good, Costumes
were well chosen also. The dance in the beach looked good.
Aadhi scriptwriter who gave punch dialogues such as 'பிரச்சனை இல்லாத மனிஷனே இல்லை.. பிரச்சனை இல்லாதவன் மனிஷனே இல்லை...
', also gave dialogues such as 'ஆதி.. நீ தானா என் மாமா?' (you will get the effect of the dialogue when you watch the movie.) For this, Vivek's 'போடுற shoe தான் ரீபோக்கு, ஆனால் அதை போடுற நான் ஒரு பொறம்போக்கு
' was much better.
, although appeared in the film for a short while, did an excellent job. Nasir
both did justice to their parts. Comedy wise, Vivek was given a mega huge entry, but his role died off. There just wasn't enough time allocated for Vivek
, because the villlains took up all the time there was.
should seriously stop thinking that unshaven face, and shabby hair will give him a more stern look. In facts he looks like he has not washed himself for days.
... I don't know...she tried to attempt something different... you tell me whether she succeeded or failed in the attempt.
It is confirmed that Trisha can be the mascot for Tata Sumo. She has yet again proves her talents for being able to be easily pushed into one, and getting driven off by the villains.
& Vasanth & Co
. must have had their sales doubled after Aadhi release, because the stores, and its banners were the set for 'Thadakku' song and some scenes. Sunfeast
sales must have tripled, given the fact that there was a whole scene dedicated for it, just for Vijay to say, 'Sunfeast, rombo nalla biscuit Aachey!' to a child.
Vijay and Trisha entry into college scene gave me spasms of Deja vu... I vaguely remember times when Vijay and Jothika entering college grounds in Kushi
, without them noticing each other, and students in the background. Am I dreaming or what?
It was interesting that 3/4 of a big family were made up of Chinna Thirai
, or small screen artistes. For many, this must have been a debut into Cinema. When Vijay recalled his family, and his family members' were introduced with slow music and close ups of their faces, for a split second I thought I was sitting for a drama serial's opening song.
The climax took me aback. I wonder how come the fire department never noticed the material of shirt Vijay used for his climax fight scene. The shirt was burning for nearly 15 minutes, but when the fire died off, only had about 4 holes. Vijay's skin didn't even look sunburnt, or on the least tanned. Please take note of the shirt material
, I probably missed it on the credits.
Don't get me started on the violence. I think it is fated for all movies starting with the letter 'ஆ
' should have as much violence as possible. Taking in mind 'Aaru', 'Aayutha Ezhuttthu', and now 'Aadhi'.
I thought the movie 'Mazhai' did enough damages to Tamil Nadu, after its release, and half expected to see more and even more rain in this movie. Vijay did a Shreya dance in this movie for the song 'Thadakku'. ''Aththi Aththi Kaai' was also taken in the rain. ஆதி.. பாதி மழை
. (Aadhi - Half Rain)