Aadhalal Kadhal Seiveer is an tamil romance movie directed by Suseenthiran.It features debutante Santhosh Ramesh (Singanamala Ramesh's second son) and Manisha Yadav, heroine of Vazhakku Enn 18/9 fame in the lead roles.
After Rajapattai, which was based on a script by a friend, Suseenthiran went back to new scripts and chose Aadhalaal Kadhal Seiveer. Aadhalaal Kadhal Seiveer, original story written by Leninbharati. "This is a story that has never been explored before in Tamil cinema. You cannot classify this film as mainstream. The enormous impact of the script will be felt in the film’s second half", he said.
Suseenthiran is known for quality movies such as Vennila Kabaddi Kuzhu and Azhagarsamiyin Kudhirai. He has always been choosing diverse subjects in each of his movies and now he has based his latest movie on a teenage romance, set in an engineering college in Chennai.
Selvaraghavan had towed a similar line, a decade back in Thulluvadho Ilamai but his setting was a school.
On the whole, AKS is a ‘slice of life’ tale topped by a really impactful climax. Teenagers and their parents ought to watch this one, for sure.
Suseenthiran is back in form with a short impactful teenage
Suseenthiran is back in form with his latest realistic Aadhalal Kadhal Seiveer. It is a poignant love story about today’s generation told in a hard hitting manner without making any compromises.
The film works because story is relevant to the times and it moves really fast (107 minutes), with a climax that leaves a lump in your throat.
On the whole Suseenthiran has dared to take the road less travelled. He has come out with a different kind of film which is sure to pull at your heartstrings and at the same time make you think of the realities of life.
Director Suseenthiran is known to explore the finer details of the society that most people want to shy away from or conveniently forget. And the wise man has kept his promise of good film and a worthy watch this time too.
And this time he has focussed on a growing concern which revolves around the nation's asset - youth, the age problem, commonly termed adolescence and the consequence thereof, often mistaken to be love.
Narrating a true to life story, the movie has a heart wrenching climax, that does not fail to move anybody. In all, the short and sweet film is a lot of emotions that is worth investing your time in.