Aayutha Porattam has Jai Akash playing dual roles while Preethi Meenal and Anitha Reddy are starring opposite him in female lead characters with ‘Renigunta’ fame Theepetti Ganesh taking on a prominent role.
The film revolves around group of ammunition manufactures and is known for their outstanding skills of making them in style. For training, they are now commuted to Sri Lanka and during the journey the bus is breakdown. The group now gets down the forest and starts walking for shelter and food. There is a sort of commercial mix here as we see romance, action, adventure sprinkled now and then. But soon as they get through the journey, a group starts hunting them down. The only survivors are the protagonist and his girlfriend. Then Jai Akash is surprised to see that there is a person with the similar looks and he is a Eelam fighter.
Basically, the film has a serious theme and it’s a sensitive issue as well. But Jai Akash has dealt with it in amateurish way. So pathetic as it will make every audiences run for their lives rushing out of theatres. Right from the beginning till the end, there isn’t anything caters to the tastes of any group of audiences. So hard and ridiculous is the making style. Jai Akash has to better make a decision better keep himself away from such movies or go find at least a cameo role that will earn him good credits.
The climax portion where the protagonist displays the clippings of Tamil film industry’s protest for the community of Tamil Eelam is a rib-tickling comedy.
On the whole, ‘Aayutha Porattam’ is a ‘Porattam’ for audiences as they may not get even a sound sleep as it happens with them while watching some below average movies.