Release date December 9, 2005 (India)
Genre Action, Thriller
Music director Devi Sri Prasad
|Release date 9 December 2005|
Songs Nenjam Enum (Bit)
Similar movies Related Hari movies
Aaru (English: Six) is a 2005 Indian Tamil language gangster film written and directed by Hari. It stars Suriya and Trisha Krishnan in lead role. Jyothika was the Original Cast as Lead actress but was replaced by Trisha Krishnan due to date clashes. The film's score and soundtrack were composed by Devi Sri Prasad. The film released on 9 December 2005 and was average at the box office. The film was also dubbed and released in Telugu under the same title. The movie was dubbed in Hindi as The Return of Ghajini and in Bhojpuri as Dharam Ke Awatar.
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Aaru tamil movie 2005 audio jukebox suriya trisha vadivelu dsp
Aarumugam aka Aaru (Surya Sivakumar), is a thug and dealmaker with a band of boys handpicked from the slums of Chennai. Aaru’s mentor Viswanathan (Ashish Vidyarthi) protects him, because Aaru gives him the violent undercover he needs. When Vishwanthan declares war on his bitter rival Reddy (Jaya Prakash Reddy), Aaru assists him. But Vishwanthan betrays him, resulting in the deaths of Aaru's subordinates. Aaru thus realizes Vishwanathan's true, evil nature and vows to destroy his power. There is also a subplot involving Aaru's romance with the college student Mahalakshmi (Trisha Krishnan).
After directing Ayya, Director Hari announced his next project Aaru with Surya, film was launched and shooting was started in July 2005. Director Saran made his debut as a producer in this film by floating a production house "Gemini Productions".
The soundtrack was composed by Devi Sri Prasad and released by Star Music in India and Ayngaran in other international territories. The album was made up of 6 tracks. The audio was launched in a soft manner.
The soundtrack was re-recorded for the Telugu release but retained most of the original singers.
The satellite rights of the film were secured by Sun TV. The film was given an "A" certificate by the Indian Censor Board.
The film was released on 9 December 2005 alongside Vetrivel Sakthivel, Sandakozhi. The film was given an "A" certificate by the Indian Censor Board due to excessive violence. After the stupendous success of Ghajini, Surya has an opening similar to as Aaru releases with approximately 171 prints in Tamil Nadu, the opening weekend tickets for Surya’s Aaru have been sold out in Chennai city theatres.
Sify wrote:"Aaru offers neither insight nor content-just unmitigated violence".
ReferencesAaru (film) Wikipedia
Aaru (film) IMDb