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    Aadai

    Aadai

    A | 1 hrs 18 mins | Drama Thriller
    Release Date : 19 Jul 2019
    Director : Rathna Kumar
    3/5
    Critics Rating
    4/5
    Audience Review
    Aadai is a Tamil thriller movie, written and directed by Rathna Kumar of Meyaadha Maan fame and produced by Viji Subramaniyan under the production banner V Studios. The movie stars Amala Paul in lead role, alongside Ramya Subramanian, Vivek Prasanna, Sriranjini, etc.

    Story

    Aadai revolves around the exploits of a free-spirited girl and her confidence receives a big shock when she finds herself naked post a wild party. The rest of the movie deals with how she struggles to come to terms with this harsh reality.

    The film's soundtrack is composed by Pradeep Kumar who earlier composed two songs for director's previous film, alongside the Oorka band of Thedadhey fame who are making debut as a music director on this film.

    Director Rathna Kumar
    Story Rathna Kumar
    Screenplay NA
    Dialogue NA
    Cinematography Vijay Kartik Kannan
    Music Pradeep Kumar
    Producer Viji Subramanian
    Production Company NA
    Distributer NA
    Music Label NA
    Lyrics NA
    Singers NA
    Art Direction NA
    Stunt Choreography NA
    Dance Choreography NA
    VFX NA
    Costume Design NA
    Budget TBA
    Box Office TBA
    OTT Platform TBA
    OTT Release Date TBA
    • filmibeat.com
      3/5
      Aadai is undoubtedly a bold attempt at storytelling that tries to break stereotypes associated with the perfect 'Tamil Ponnu'. The on-screen action comes across as quite intense and raw, which takes fans by surprise.
    • The News Minute
      3.5/5
      The film does have some brilliant moments, especially the dig it took on one very famous lyricist who was called out last year for being a sexual predator, and for all the anticipation it built up inside the high rise building where Kamini is stuck..
    • Behindwoods
      3.5/5
      What makes Aadai more universal is the film's basic conceit, that taps into a human being's general fear for naked-ness. As a result, the threat faced by her feels more real and visceral.
     
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