Review by : Suresh
Simbu, Manjima Mohan, Baba Sehgal, Sathish
A. R. Rahman
Blensing romance and action ois typical Gautham Menon. Be it Khaakha Khaaka or Vettaiyadu Vilayadu, he did that with great ease. AYM is one more from his kitty. But with a difference.
This time he gives you tow pictures in one - abundant love in first half and bloody battle in second half.And when Rahman-Gautham Menon and Simbu team up one would have expected a romantic movie all through, Perhaps a sequel to VTV.
But no and Gautham throws a big surprise here.Simbu's heroic adventure and Gautham's classy filmmaking style appeals well. They are blend together in perfection. And Simbu has proved that he can handle the role with ease and elan.
His screen presence is awesome.. Both romance and action sits well on him. Manjima Mohan is a pleasure to watch. Her girl next-door looks suits well for her character.She carries the role in her shoulders with such composure.
Baba sehgal as ruthless cop is engaging. His mannerisms are laudable.The movie begins with Simbu falling for Manjima. They set off for an adventure journey in a motorcycle. There all troubles begin.
How the couple overcomes them forms the rest.Rahman is the scene stealer. His songs Thalli Pogathey and Rasali are pick. And interestingly his BGM suits well for the story.Gautham Menon's screenplay takes the movie from one point to another in a big way.
His movies have a sheen and polish always. It is not missed in AYM. A GVM film in Simbu's style is Achcham Yenbadhu Madamayada.
Achcham Yenbadhu Madamaiyada - Romance & action