A don is being searched by cops in Dubai. In the meantime, we are introduced to one Ashwin Thatha (Simbu), a stylish and energetic old man.
Ashwin Thatha is none other than Madurai Michael, a gangster who lived in Madurai in the early 1990s. He falls in love with a beautiful girl (Shriya Saran).
And when he tries to reforms for her, his boss plots against him and he lands up in jail. After some time, he escapes from the prison and gets vanished.
Cut to the present, Ashwin Thatha, in the company of his friends, wants to marry a young woman and comes across one (Tamannah) who runs a home for elders. Who is Ashwin Thatha, what is his link with the Dubai don and is he able to marry the young woman?
Anbanavan Asaradhavan Adangadhavan, directed by Adhik Ravichandran of Trisha Illana Nayanthara fame, is a film made keeping in mind Simbu fans.
While it is a treat for his fans to watch their favourite star performing all types of acts on screen, common audience may find themselves alien from AAA.
But we must admit that Simbu delivers an electrifying performance in multiple roles. Shriya looks good in her comeback, while Tamannah and others including VTV Ganesh and Mahath have been wasted.
For Adhik’s fans, there are masala moments in AAA. Music is loud and cinematography and other departments deliver what the audience might expect from this flick. Simbu ends the film by saying that there is a second part. And his fans have started waiting for it already.
Rating: 3 out of 5