Aadhalal Kadhal Seiveer

Aadhalal Kadhal Seiveer

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Directed by : Suseenthiran

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“Fantastic screenplay, brilliant climax and Yuvan Shankar Raja's music definitely make Aadhalal Kadhal Seiveer a one-time watch. Go for it!”

Aadhalal Kadhal Seiveer Credit & Casting

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Aadhalal Kadhal Seiveer Audience Review

Bold and Intelligent

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The first thing that makes you instantly smile in Aadhalal Kadhal Seiveer is its running time. At 1 hours and 46 minutes, it’s one brave and intelligent effort I have seen in Tamil cinema. In fact, I felt the film could have been even shorter, but nevertheless I was happy to sit through without having to look at my watch several times.

 

The film addresses teen pregnancy and hormone-driven romance quite bravely with its share of highs and lows. It’s a simple love story about two college going students who end up together to commit a mistake most teenagers make nowadays without knowing its consequences.

 

The film works for its honest narration and capturing the modern day attitude of youngsters to perfection. Had the film had known faces then it would haven’t left an impression that was delivered by Aadhav and Manisha in their roles in the film. I agree their acting might have appeared amateurish but it works in the film’s favour because the story needs actors who are young and restless.

 

 

The intermittent laughs come as a relief to the audiences who are bored by the film’s erratic pace. While the first half races like a stallion, second half struggles to keep everyone engaged as the story tries to build an emotional connect with its viewers. Even though it works to some extent, but loses steam after a point of time.

 

 

The film’s strength is its climax, which doesn’t end as most would have anticipated. It’s powerful and emotional at the same time. It forces us to slip into the shoes of protagonists to arrive at a solution to the problem in hand. Even though it’s hard to digest but what was portrayed is harsh reality.

 

Yuvan’s music is an icing on the cake. Jayaprakash and the lady who plays his wife are brilliant as Manisha’s parents. If there’s one thing that beats everything else hands down in the film, then it definitely has to be the editing by Anthony.

 

 

 

AKS addresses a domestic issue with unparallel sensitivity and reality. Definitely worth a watch.

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