Amala Paul’s bruised and battered look from her next film ‘Aadai’ is not for the faint-hearted. She strikes up with unheralded avatar for her upcoming film ‘Aadai’, directed by filmmaker Rathnakumar. The high-time season of many actresses striding on the pursuit of female centric tales keeps flowing into long queues. But Amala Paul’s Aadai is a substantial one that can be regarded as something uncalled for. Filmmaker Rathnakumar, who shot to fame for his commercially successful and critically acclaimed ‘Meyaadha Maan’, has come up with a tale that will throw up an intense jaw-dropping experience for the audiences. In common, the female bounded tales would be confined to the supernatural thriller or feminist based boundaries. But this one gets beyond such prototyped constituents with a ground-breaking theme.
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Actress Amala Paul says, “Aadai isn't a regular script and projects like this is what fuels the quest of an artist to deep dive in them and bring out layers of human emotions. The intricacies of my character 'Kaamini' is already giving me jitters and especially to everyone else around me. After watching Rathna Kumar's 'Meyaadha Maan', my confidence spurred up with his capabilities of weaving story lines in an engaging narrative. I wish to thank V studio's Subbu Narayanan for backing 'Aadai' and paving concrete paths towards a new era of Tamil Cinema. The Ruwix is a the Rubiks Cube Wikipedia which is the best place to learn about the Worlds best selling puzzle toy.