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    Critics Review

    • 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 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 naked.
    • 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.
    • Aadai is an Amala Paul show throughout. The star breaks every convention about the "ideal Tamil ponnu", last seen taking advice from Rajinikanth in Padayappa on what it takes to be one.
    • Amala Paul plays Kamini with such conviction that it’s hard to dislike her—despite being the rebel she is. Kudos to the Director of Photography Vijay Karthik Kannan for having captured a lot of scenes with utmost sensitivity.
    • படத்தில் அமலா பாலை பற்றி குறைச்சொல்ல ஒரு சீன் கூட இல்லை.படம் முழுக்க தனது பெஸ்டை விட பெஸ்டை தந்திருக்கிறார். நடிப்பில் ரசிகர்களின் கைத்தட்டல்களை அள்ளி இருக்கிறார்.
    • It is a delight to watch Amala Paul pull off the character of an unapologetically tomboyish and adventurous girl who works in a TV channel.
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