Director M Prabhu, a former associate of actor – director S J Suryah, has treaded a movie that begins as a romantic entertainer but ends up a thriller. Sadly, the life and soul is missing in the movie thereby becoming a damp squib.
The pre-release publicity of ‘Adhey Neram Adhey Idam’ promised a lot. But the end-product unfortunately fails to cater to all expectations thanks to its weak screenplay which hardly has any logic.
Jai seems to have continued from where he left in ‘Vamanan’. He plays a jobless youth in ‘Adhey Neram Adhey Idam’ too. Vijayalakshmi, who shared the screen space with him in ‘Chennai 28’ does the same here too, however as his ladylove this time.
Karthick (Jai) is a jobless youth who leads a jolly life. He falls in love with Janani (Vijayalakshmi). He falls for the moment once he spots her.
However, on his father’s (‘Nizhalgal’ Ravi) advice, Karthick goes to Australia for a year to pursue his studies. His father takes a promise from him that during his stay in Australia, Karthick should not communicate with Janani.
Meanwhile, Janani’s wedding is arranged with a rich industrialist Siva (debutant Rahul). During his return journey from Australia, Karthick meets Siva by chance and they become good friends. Siva tells Karthick to teach a lesson to Janani for cheating him without realising that she is his wife.
The scenes that unfold in the movie have no logical sequence. Jai tries to live up to the proceedings but ends up in vain as he is complimented by a weak screenplay.
Vijayalakshmi has taken to glamour as she appears in skimpy costumes in a couple of song sequences. Premji’s music is cool. Had Prabhu showed more attention to the script and adopted a logical path, ‘Adhey Neram Adhey Idam’ would have been an entertaining stuff.
Adhey Neram Adhey Idam – Jerky journey