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Coming from SA Jalaludeen's TKM Films and Eros International, Amara is directed by M. Jeevan, and stars Amaran and Shruthi Ramakrishnan in the lead roles, with D. Imman scoring the music.
The movie opens to torrential downpour and a guy getting completely drenched on the way to get dinner. At the hotel, it says on the news that a wanted murderer is on the loose. The hotel guy identifies the drenched customer to be the wanted guy and starts chasing him. While running away in the rain, the wanted guy gets hit by a car and goes sprawling on the road, and the movie moves into flashback mode. Amara is a happy-go-lucky village guy who doesn't have a job or an ambition in life. He just drinks and makes merry with his band of friends. An incident suddenly makes Amara think of wanting a job, and he leaves his native village in a huff, to go to Madurai and work there. Here, in a minor misunderstanding Amara gets into a tussle with the ACP Sampath who becomes hell bent on taking revenge on Amara.
Amara gets on a train to try and escape from the Police and reach Chennai. In the train, he sees the beautiful Shruthi Ramakrishnan, who seems very attracted to him. When Amara accidentally misses the train at the Trichy station, he finds that Shruthi has also gotten down, and later only realises that she has been in a drugged state. After a lot of trouble, the two spend the night safely, and when morning comes a whole lot of trouble comes. Lots of men come in cars to take away Shruthi and kill Amara. Who are these men? What do they want? Why do they try to kill Amara? Will the Police ACP have his revenge? Watch Amara on the big screens to know!
Director M. Jeevan has taken a very complex plot and weaved a unique love story around it. A slow and steady first half, and a pacier second half are good for the movie. Amara is good in the stunt sequences and resembles Jr. NTR a lot. Shruthi Ramakrishnan is very beautiful, and has done a good job. The major plus point for the movie is Ganja Karuppu, who has done a very strong role. Ashish Vidyarthi also breezes through his role. D. Imman's music plays a very vital role in the movie and can be considered one of the biggest pluses for it. The songs are very nice and hum-worthy. The cinematography, especially in the song sequences, needs to have a special mention.
Amara is an action ride with a major twist in the climax... Watch it in the theatres...