Dressed to kill
If you have developed some ideas after watching the promos and trailer of ‘Aadai’, the film will break almost all of them. ‘Aadai’, a bold attempt, tries to explores new horizons in a honest manner.
Director Rathna Kumar, after a cute love story in ‘Meyaadha Maan’, has conveyed a strong message in ‘Aadai’. And he has been helped in his mission by Amala Paul, who is the major plus point of the flick.
Kamini (Amala Paul) is a bold young woman with carefree attitude, and she has a penchant for bets. She runs a prank show called ‘Thoppi’.
The show is aimed at making fun of unassuming people and Kamini appears in different get-ups to achieve her target. She is helped by a bunch of aides in running the show.
When all goes well, Kamini and her colleagues decide to spend a night in their vacant workplace. This leads to drug-backed moments, and the next morning, Kamini finds herself in a tricky situation.
Circumstances push Kamini to her limits and she has to fend herself to survive. Who and what is the reason behind Kamini’s ordeal? Is She able to escape from the maze?
Amala Paul has dedicated herself to the role and equal credits go to the director, who has written such a daring character. Cinematography adds well to the mood of the movie. So is music, especially background score.
On the flip side, the film will not be liked by all sections of the audience, though it has conveyed a valid message to the society. The director could have avoided a few scenes.