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Aindhu Aindhu Aindhu (555) - The movie has been in the making for over 2 years, and was released suddenly (a week before its scheduled release) due to the delay in Thalaivaa's release. Bharath is back with 555, and how? - With a big bang!
The movie opens to a spectacular car accident - wonderfully picturised, but tugging at the heartstrings. A distraught Gopal (Santhanam) is seen tending to a battered and bruised Aravind (Bharath). Aravind slowly but surely recovers from his multiple physical injuries, but is left nursing a festering mental wound - the loss of his dear Liyana (Mrittika) - who died in the accident. Gopal, with he help of Aravind's psychiatrist, slowly gets him to start going to a job again. Here, the bubbly Manjari (Erica Fernandes) takes a special liking to Aravind and keeps him company. One fine day, all the things that reminded Aravind of his Liyana are taken away from his life. Gopal and Aravind's psychiatrist swear that Liyana is just a fragment of his imagination, and that no such person existed in real life. Aravind just cannot bear it. Despite his best attempts to prove that Liyana existed and died in the accident, Aravind's efforts fail, and he himself begins doubting if there ever existed a girl called Liyana in his life! Finally, Aravind decides to check out something at what he thought to be Liyana's house! Here, he is attacked by a gang of rowdies, and he comes across a clue. As he pursues one of his attackers, he is confronted by a group of people who brutally murder his brother Gopal, in front of his eyes. Just as Gopal dies, he apologises for lying to Aravind, and breathes his last. What did Gopal lie about? Did a girl called Liyana, really exist? Did she die in the accident? Are whatever happening in Aravind's life being choreographed or happening naturally? How does Aravind stay alive, and regain his sanity? Watch 555 - Aindhu Aindhu Aindhu in the theatres to know.
Director Sasi, who has given us some soft love stories, that melted our hearts, has turned to suspense and action, with underlying romance in this movie! Produced by Chennai Cinema India Pvt. Ltd., the movie has music by Simon. Sasi has given a twist in the movie, almost every 10 minutes. The screenplay has been interestingly done to keep the viewers glued to their seats, at all times. Talking about the performances, Mrittika proves that she will surely stay in Kollywood for a long time! She has performed wonderfully well, and has given the perfect emotions for all her scenes! This, combined with her natural cuteness, makes her one lovely package! Erica Fernandes has a small role, but has proven that she can hold her own. Santhanam's role comes as a surprise, and it is refreshing to see him carry off emotional scenes. His witty one-liners, though few, do enough to tickle the funny bones. The star of the movie though, is Bharath! This has to be his best piece of work, till date! Though he tried quite a lot in his earlier project Nepali, we feel that he has done everything in his power and more, for 555 - Aindhu Aindhu Aindhu. His emotions, transformation into muscled hunk, dancing, every single thing is top notch! Director Sasi should be given credit for the way the songs have been creatively shot. The few logical errors that crop up here and there could have been done with. Though the complete plot seems to have been revealed at the interval block, there is still quite a lot in the movie to keep the viewer interested, in the second half!
There are a lot of reasons to see 555 - Aindhu Aindhu Aindhu, but the continuous twists in the tale, Bharath's performance and the lovely Mrittika are the most compelling of them all! Rush to the theatres!