Ameerin Aadhi Bhagavan is a Tamil action film written and directed by Ameer Sultan. Jayam Ravi and Neetu Chandra play the lead roles in the film, which is being produced by DMK politician J. Anbazhagan and features music composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja, cinematography by R. B. Gurudev and K. Devaraj and editing by Ram Sudharsan. It is the second film in Asia to make use of Auro 3D audio technology.
Branded as a Mafioso action love story, Ameerin Aadhi Bhagavan has actor Jayam Ravi and Neetu Chandra in the lead roles with Sudha Chandran in a supporting role as the lead actor’s mother and Malayalam actor Saiju Kurup playing the role of a villain. Also making a special appearance in the film is Ameer himself and Sakshi Shivanand, who was roped in to perform an item number for the movie.
Jayam Ravi plays the role of an underworld don Aadhi Shanmugam based in Bangkok, who is obsessed with making money. Karishma (Neetu Chandra) plays his love interest.
The film opens in Andhra Pradesh, where there is some controversy about two brothers and some local politicians involved in illegal granite quarrying. Aadhi takes advantage of the situation and impersonating a CBI official, manages to fool the brothers and gets away with their black money.
The story then shifts to Bangkok, where Aadhi is portrayed as a powerful Mafioso, who makes a lot of enemies through his shady dealings.
Aadhi is estranged from his mother (Sudha Chandran), who is against his bad ways and refuses to accept any help from him. Aadhi then meets Karishma at a bar which he frequents and it is love at first sight for him. Karishma convinces Aadhi to travel with her to Mumbai [ Images ] to meet her ailing father and it is here that the story takes an unforeseen turn.
Unknowingly Aadhi is trapped in a dangerous game played by Karishma, who is not what she appears to be. The second half of the film is not what you expect, and though there is too much of violence, the twists and turns in the plot keep you on the edge of your seat.
Whether it is the beaches of Pattaya, the deserts of Rajasthan [ Images ], scenic Goa [ Images ] or Mumbai, cinematography by K Devaraj and R B Gurudev is an absolute treat to the eye. Each and every scene has been picturised tastefully.