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splendid performance from Sarath Kumar. His Pongal release "Ayya"
has the right dose of emotions, drama and action. Hari, the
director played precisely by giving Sarath a memorable role.
The whole film rolls in a village Ambasamudram in Tenkasi.
Ayyadurai (elder Sarath Kumar) and Madasamy (Napolean) are
close friends and they belong in different casts. They work
for the welfare of society and believe in peace among people.
Once they have helped the village from a famine. During that
Ayyadurai had to kill the corrupt MLA for smuggling rice
during the famine meant for the needy.
Ayyadurai is treated like God and becomes an independent MLA
to continue his welfare programme. He is married to Kalyani (Lakshmi)
and has a son Chelladurai (younger Sarath). Karuppusamy (Prakash
Raj), son of the MLA killed by Ayyadurai enters the scene
with revenge in mind. He plans the to kill Ayyadurai and
wants to become MLA.
is also a do-gooder and an ideal son who lives for his
parents and villagers. Selvi (Nayantara) is Madaswamy’s
daughter who has a silent admiration towards Chelladurai that
slowly turns into love. Both the families agree for the
wedding but Karuppuswamy intervenes and stops the wedding and
thereby sowing seeds of enemity between Ayyadurai and
Madaswamy. The rest of the film is all about the father and
son trying to bring back peace between both the families.
Sarath Kumar’s amazing performance as father is really
appreciable. His looks, gestures and the dialogue delivery
truly remain in the heart of the audience for a long time.
Napolean, Prakash Raj and Lakshmi are doing their part very
well. Nayanthara’s presence in the screen with her beautiful
smile is crowd winning.
Music score from Bharadwaj combines well in the story line
and give extra life to the movie. With all the parts working
well in the film “Ayya” is a clean family entertainer with no
violence, no vulgarity and no nonsense.
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