Cast: Bharath, Mirthika, Erica Fernandes, Santhanam
Producer: Chennai Cinema India Pvt Ltd
Banner: Chennai Cinema India Pvt Ltd
Genre: Action, Thriller
Run Time: 145 Mins
Release Date : 10 Aug 2013
Ainthu Ainthu Ainthu  (2013)
Written and directed by Sasi, this romantic thriller has been in the making for almost two years now. The film stars Bharat in the lead role along with a supporting cast of Mirthika, Erica Fernandes, Sudesh Berry and Santhanam.
Bharat starrer Ainthu Ainthu Ainthu seemed to have decided to cash in on the unexpected delay in the release of Ilayathalapathy Vijay’s Thalaivaa. Bharat’s film was originally slated to be released on the August 15 but has been released ahead of schedule on the 10th.
Bharath is counting a big comeback through this film and will be sitting fingers crossed. After diverse movie making through Poo and Rojakootam, Director Sasi comes out with a thriller, so let us take our Binoculars to see how it has come out.
A dangerous looking Aravind (Bharat) with a patchwork of scars crisscrossing his face staring blankly at a television screen showing a pretty Liyana (Mirthika) chasing a bunch of balloons on the beach is the opening scene of Ainthu Ainthu Ainthu. Heavy rains and lightening create the atmosphere while Aravind, who is getting increasingly agitated, gazes alternately at the screen and a photograph of himself and Liyana.
We are now introduced to his brother Gopal (Santhanam), who forces him to take his medication to help him sleep.
We later learn that a few months ago, Aravind had met with a terrible accident that left him physically and emotionally scarred. He is currently being treated for some psychotic disorder. Aravind claims that during the accident, his girlfriend was with him and she died in his arms.
The strange thing is that such a girl does not seem to exist at all. No one has seen or even heard of her; she does not appear in the student list in her college or even the census reports. She is not mentioned in the newspaper reports of the accident either and some strangers are occupying her home.
The psychiatrist is of the opinion that Liyana is a figment of Aravind’s imagination and exists only in his mind. Unable to convince even Gopal of her existence, Aravind tries to get on with his life by going back to work. Here he meets Manjari (Erica Fernandes), a colleague, who sympathises with him and also tries to help find some clue to Liyana’s identity.
Despite all evidence against Liyana’s existence, memories of her and their love continue to haunt Aravind. Fortunately for him, a chance meeting with Liyana’s aunt sets the ball rolling.
Things begin to unravel and suddenly there is action and violence with plenty of twists and turns that are not always logical. We also have a love-struck villain, Sudesh Berry, who has a romantic flashback set in the villages of colourful Gujarat that forms the remaining story.