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Wednesday, January 17, 2007
Ajith has come up with an outstanding performance in his latest movie Aalwar. The movie has had a great opening all over Tamilnadu where it has been screened. Following up with the success of Varalaaru, Ajit proves that he deserves the title "The Ultimate Star".
This is the second movie in which the successful pair Ajith and Asin are together. It is to be noted that the previous movie Varalaaru is creating a 'Varalaaru' in the Tamil industry by nearing the magical 100 days mark. It is also worth mentioning that this is another mother-son-sister sentiment after the blockbuster hit Tirupathi.
'Shiva' the character name for Ajith spells success as it has in most of his movies like Valee etc. How the character Aalwar, the priest changes into the character Shiva is the simple synopsis of this movie. Aalwar comes in an interesting role of a priest and he is very much attached to his sister and mother. Unfortunately Aalwar's sister and mother are killed by the villains Lal, Vincent Asokan and others. Aalwar is also pronounced dead but he comes back as Shiva, a ward boy in a government hospital. Shiva takes the role of Narasimha to take revenge and uses the punch line "Naan Kadavul" which creates a roaring applause in the theatres.
Asin is beautiful as always and she captures the screen by her presence. The songs of Asin and Ajith are picturized beautifully in Switzerland and the director needs to be applauded for this. Vivek comes and does a marvelous job along with Manorama. The music is good and the background score gives the audience a good experience. Overall Aalwar fulfills the expectations of the Ajith fans and is set to deliver the expectations of the Pongal Tiruvalizha.