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Cast: Madhavan, Sada, Vivek, Kanika, Delhi Ganesh, Rahman
Banner: Damini Creations
Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Madhavan as “Bottle Mani” and Vivek as “Auto” bring the roof down with their rib-tickling comedy in K.S.Ravikumar’s Aethirree. They are backed very well by Delhi Ganesh who comes as a retired Brahmin house owner.
Natarajan (Delhi Ganesh) is a Brahmin house-owner near Triplicane temple looking for a right tenant for the upper portion of his house. He is very protective of his college going beautiful daughter Gayathri (Kanika). Since he often fears that the prospective tenant might romance with his daughter he filters all the people who come asking for the house. He rents out the house to five bachelor students who pretend to be good and later become a big headache for the father and daughter. On the advice of ‘Auto’ (Vivek), Natarajan brings Subramani (Madhavan) who charades himself as ‘Bottle Mani’, a dreaded thug to vacate the students. Incidentally Mani, who stays with his Jailor uncle (Sundarrajan), was thrown out of his house as he refuses to marry his daughter. Taking advantage of the situation, Mani befriends the five boys and starts staying with them.
Priya (Sada) is the daughter of a wealthy gangster (Fefsi Vijayan) and she is engaged to an affluent sadist ACP (Rahman). On the day of marriage Priya comes to know that her fiancée is already married and had murdered his first wife in a sadistic manner but her father forces her to marry him to cover up his illegal activities. She consumes poison just before the wedding time but was mistakenly kidnapped by Mani and Auto. Now Priya becomes one more addition in the upstairs portion. The rest of the story is how they fall for each other and how Mani saves her from the clutches of her dad and fiancee and marries her at the end.
Madhvan’s flair for comedy has made him come out with flying colors. He excels in humour as well as action scenes. Vivek has given an equally wonderful performance. Delhi Ganesh and Kanika have given adequate support. Sada is just ok. Rahman who has made a comeback as villain is sufficient. K.S. Ravikumar who is best at giving light-hearted films has mixed action and humour in proper proportions. He is able to maintain the pace of the movie without any lag. Yuvan’s music is passable. The film can be watched by the entire family.
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