Review by : aravindhan
Irfan, Jayaprakash, Y Gee Mahendran, Riyaz Khan, Arjun
Vijay Anand Sriram
Irfan proved his worth as actor with a few outings before and now comes Aagam from his kitty. He plays a Youngman who yearns and crave to see India developed in 2020.
Helmed by Dr V Vijay Anand Sriram, the movie is about how brain drain affects nation's growth and young toppers ion the country wpork as slave for the development of other nations.
Irfan, Deekshitha play lead roles is the heroine. The cast has Jayaprakash, Y Gee Mahendran, Riyaz Khan, Arjun and Balaji Mohan among others.
The movie begins with how the nation suffers due to brain drain. A big mafia makes big money sending young toppers to foreign nations and thereby they make huge sum.
Irfan plays a youngster who runs Don't Quit India Movement and encourages students to find job in the country and take a vow to develop the nation in 2020.
But one Akilesh Acharya (Riyaz Khan) recruits students from India to go and work abroad and gets a hefty fee for the same. Sriram (Jayaprakash) comes up with an alternative plan. What happens between the three forms the crux.
Irfan is good and lends solidity to the role. Riyaz Khan is back in Tamil cinema after a long gap. He plays a good stylish villain. Jayaprakash chips in well. Deekshitha as heroine is adequate.
Cinematography by RV Saran is bright while Vishal Chandrasekhar's music is average. Jithesh has penned the dialogues. Aagam is about Abdul Kalam's dream and in the process, the makers have come out with a preachy stuff.
Made in India