Aata Arambham is a dubbed version of Tamil superhit movie Arrambam. It is an stylish action entertainer movie. In which, Ajith Kumar, Nayantara, Arya and Taapsee playing the main lead roles along with Rana Daggubati in important roles.
Story in detail...
The movie opens up with Mumbai witnessing a series of bomb explosions. AK alias Ashok Kumar (Ajith) is the man behind it. Soon he kidnaps Arya, a hacker, and includes him in his larger plan. A flashback is revealed, where we are told about Maya (Nayantara), Anitha (Taapsee Pannu), who is the girlfriend of Arya and an aspiring TV journalist.
Ajith threatens to kill Anitha in order to make Arya to work for him. They successfully hack and bring down the server of a media company. Honest cop played by Kishore catches them and another flashback takes us to Ajith Kumar's past life at ATS (Anti Terrorist Squad) along with Sanjay (Rana Daggubati). In the second half, we get a clear picture about the revenge drama.
What is the motive behind the bomb explosion? Does Ajith have a terrorist connection? Why does he target a media company? What role has Nayantara played?
Panjaa fame director Vishnuvardhan directed this movie. Yuvan Shankar Raja scored music and Sreenu Babu G brought the dubbing rights of this movie.
Aata Arambham starts with serial bombs in mumbai where media
and public affraid after this issue. Ashok aka AK (Ajith),
with the help of Maya (Nayanthara), kidnaps Arjun (Arya), a
talented hawker. With the help of Arjun, Ashok crashes the
network of a media group.
In the meantime, Arjun also comes to know that Ashok is
behind serial blasts in Mumbai. He is helpless however,
since he and his lover Maya (Tapsee) are in the custody of
Ashok. Even as performing the orders of Ashok, Arjun lays a
trap and ensures that Ashok is caught by the police team,
led by Prakash (Kishore).
However, after coming to know the past of Ashok (who is a
police officer cheated by a Minister (Mahesh Manjrekar), a
top police official (Atul Kulkarni), a media baron and a
journalist (Suman Ranganathan), Arjun decides to help him.
While on their mission, the duo of Ashok and Arjun learns
that the Minister is planning to cheat the country in a much
bigger way. What next is a racy climax.
Direction is good and cinemotagraphy at peaks, Yuvan's BGM
is good not to forget our Rana did an fantastic work as
bombs squard officer. Overall, Its Ajith's show!
Ajith’s screen presence is mighty as ever, and his classy
salt and pepper looks and V neck T shirts suit his
character’s mean streak. The star’s prowess at stunts
and his knack of taking risks for the stunt scenes is all
too well-known and when he dives out of a van onto an
approaching car and zooms around in a Ducati, the entire
crowd rises in unison to clap.
Arya is energetic and spunky as ever and has done his part
well. Watch out for a little part where Arya will throw you
off your seats with his appearance. His light-hearted
comments at apt moments bring about a few chuckles.
Taapsee is referred to as the ‘drama queen’ and she is
sure to make a few hearts melt as the girly journalist.
Nayanthara puts on a fiery face when required and also
showcases her oomph and style in many scenes. This superstar
continues to shine. Kishore as the honest cop is earnest as
ever while Mahesh Manjrekar’s histrionics are a welcome
introduction to Tamil audiences.
Rana’s portion in the second half is a highlight and there
is one arresting sequence featuring him and Ajith, which is
sure to grip the audiences. Yuvan’s work on the BGM
doesn’t demand your attention as much as it did in
Mankatha and Billa. But still, he has added enough muscle to
the tension and action in the movie with his score.
Final verdict: Energy