Aayutha Ezhuthu

Aayutha Ezhuthu

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Aayutha Ezhuthu (Tamil: ஆய்த எழுத்து) is a 2004 Tamil political film directed by Mani Ratnam. It stars Surya, Madhavan and Siddharth in the lead roles. The film's score and soundtrack is composed by Oscar winning Music Director A. R. Rahman. The title of the movie is the name of a Tamil letter, (three dots corresponding to the film's three different personalities from completely different strata of society). The film calls for the involvement of the youth in the nation's highest decision making processes. The movie was simultaneously made in Hindi as Yuva. It was dubbed into Telugu also as Yuva. The structure of this movie was adapted from a Mexican Hyperlink cinema Amores Perros, but the whole surrounding plot is completely changed to a different setting; a la a Priyadarshan style of adaptation.


The film begins with two hitmen travelling in a van on Napier Bridge in Chennai. Inbasekaran (Inba) (R. Madhavan) has an attitude of his own and complains often about his wife not letting him do what he wants to. The van driver Dilli (Sriman) keeps reminding Inba to concentrate on the job rather than whine. On the other hand, college student Michael Vasanth (Surya Sivakumar) is riding a bike with his girlfriend Geetha (Esha Deol) on the same bridge juncture, with him persuading her to move in with him so that they could "live together". He drops her off at her college and continues his journey. Meanwhile, on the same bridge, Arjun......
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