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Tailor-made stuff for Surya



LOVE TRACK: Surya and Trisha in `Aaru'

Aaru (Telugu)

Cast: Surya, Trisha, Aasish Vidyarthi, Kalabhavan Mani, Jayaprakash Reddy

Director: Hari

Saran who has directed several successful films in Tamil turns a producer with `Aaru.' He gave his project to Hari, a protege of Charan, who prepared a tailor-made story for Surya.

The subject has a gripping screenplay and the director is able to maintain the tempo well in the first half. But when it comes to second half, he loses grip here and but somehow recoups himself by the time of climax and ends it in a nice manner.

Armugam alias Aaru (Surya) is an orphan. Viswanath (Asish Vidyarthi) brings him up while his sister (Malavika) provides him food. Aaru remains grateful to Viswanath and the latter with help of his four brothers rules the roost in the city by doing all kinds of illegal jobs like smuggling, real estate dealings, settlements and the like, for which he uses Aaru.

Once a Minister loses his position and seeks help of Viswanath. The latter in turn instructs Aaru to do the job. By the time Aaru realises his folly, Viswanath joins hands with rival Aadhi (Jayaprakash Reddy), who is a trafficker. Viswanath promises that he will not come in his way if he can kill Aaru.

However, Aaru is able to cross the security cordon and threatens to kill Aadhi. Out of fear, Aadhi reveals that it is Viswanath who told him to kill Aaru. The rest of the story deals with how Aaru takes revenge against Viswanath and his brothers.

All action

Though the director tries to run a love track, the basic story is an out-and-out action flick. Surya and Trisha excel in their roles. Ashish Vidyarthi and Kalabhavan Mani play the villain and crooked ACP roles well. As a whole, the film is aimed at mass audience.

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