Adhe Neram Adhe Idam
|Adhe Neram Adhe Idam|
|Directed by||M. Prabhu|
|Produced by||Rama Krishnan|
|Written by||M. Prabhu,
Lollu Sabha Jeeva
|Music by||Premji Amaran|
|Cinematography||Sri Pawan Sekhar|
|Edited by||G. B. Venkatesh|
|Distributed by||Jamal Cine Creations|
Adhe Neram Adhe Idam (English: Same Time, Same Place) is a 2009 Indian Tamil-language romantic drama film written and directed by M. Prabhu, which stars Jai and Vijayalakshmi in lead roles. The film was released on 6 November 2009.
|Adhe Neram Adhe Idam|
|Soundtrack album by Premji Amaran|
|Premji Amaran chronology|
23Karthik(Jai) falls in love with Janani (Vijayalakshmi). Although she is reluctant at first, she later accepts his love. After Janani's approval, Jai goes to Australia as per his father states in order to finish his 3education. In the time that Jai had gone, Janani's parents arranged another groom for her. Janani thought the groom was more handsome,richer and she would live a better life with him. Therefore, she agrees to marry him.
However,fate plays with them again. When Jai is coming back from Australia, he meets a man. He chats with the man and soon they become friends. He tells the man about his love story and how his lover had betrayed him for 5someone "better". The man tells him that the best way to teach her a lesson is to show vengeance and ruin her life. As a result of the man's advice, he seeks revenge and forces Janani to sleep with him and other malicious actions. As the film progresses, the major plot twist that shocks the audience is the fact that the man that 6Jai had met was in fact the man that Janani betrayed Jai for. The man had been both a barrier and facilitator for their love to become united.
- "Toshiba" (4:52) – Premji Amaran
- "Mudhal Murai" (4:59) – Harini, Tippu, Haricharan
- "Vennilavu" (4:50) – Saindhavi, Vijay Yesudas
- "Athu Oru Kaalam" (4:39) – Haricharan, Premji Amaran
- "Nammoru Chennaiyila" (5:04) – Venkat Prabhu
Sify stated that the film "defies all logic" and "The director?s desire for experimentation and the urge to break moulds blow up on his face as he has no proper script". Behindwoods wrote "Adhe Neram Adhe Idam is an effort that has missed its mark by quite some distance. The jaded narration, monotonous pace and lack of emotion will be the major factors that work against it." Rediff wrote "The real blame for such slipshod work must undoubtedly rest with the director, though this could easily have been a taut, superbly crafted emotional thriller. Instead, there's a serious dearth of logic, completely senseless characterisation and a climax that leaves you as puzzled as amused." Times of India wrote that "interestin plot that suffers from a lack of depth."
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