Synopsis: An irresponsible guy meets a girl, falls in love with her and chalks out various plans to impress her.
Review: A lot of Kollywood films, of late, have been receiving flak for promoting stalking like never before. Azhagendra Sollukku Amudha can be termed as the ‘mother of all stalking-as-romance films’. A hero with a devil-may-care attitude towards life, a mother who unconditionally supports her son against a father who keeps whining continuously, the usual set of friends who are also idle, the obsession with loose talk, the frequent drinking sessions, the stalking of the beautiful girl whom the hero falls in love with at first sight — the film is, sadly, a concoction of numerous bad clichés one has seen in Tamil cinema over the years.
Murugan (Rejan), a 26-year-old, has no purpose in life, and is unapologetic about it despite repeatedly getting humiliated by his father (Pattimandram Raja). His mother (Rekha Suresh), however, often comes to his rescue, as she is hopeful of her son becoming successful in life. Having said that, Murugan holds a respectable position in a Rajini Rasigar Mandram, and enjoys the adulation from the fellow members of the club.
Now that the hero and his surroundings have been established, the stage is obviously set for the heroine to arrive. Enter Amudha (Aarshitha), whom Murugan starts admiring without any reason. Oh wait, she plays the female lead in the film; how can the protagonist not fall in love with her? What follows is a series of scenes which indirectly endorse TASMAC and stalking the girl in every possible situation, all in the name of “feelings”. As if drinking with friends in various wine shops isn’t enough, Murugan ensures that he gets enough kick at his home, too.
Will this character succeed in winning the girl’s love? Will he satisfy his father’s dreams? To know the answer for these questions, the audience can watch further, if interested. But towards the end of the first half, that becomes irrelevant. For the film is quite similar to the what heroine says to the hero very often — “Sathyama mudiyila”.