Achamindri is all about revamping our educational system. Directed by Rajpandi, the movie has Vijay Vasanth and Srushti Dange in lead roles.
Samuthirakani, Saranya Ponvannan and Radha Ravi play the other important character.
The entire movie is about how our present education system is and what needs to be done to make it better.
Sakthi (Vijay Vasanth) is a pickpocket. He falls for a middle-class girl Malarvizhi (Srushti Dange).
Meanwhile, Sathya (Samuthirakani) is a honest cop. With a good job in hand, his aim is to get married to his childhood sweetheart Shruti (Vidya Pradeep).
Shruti is killed and Sathya takes it upon himself to find out the reason for the murder. He is filled with anger and tries to bring the murderer to justice. However, he is back-stabbed by his own mate Saravanan (Bharat Reddy). The lives of all these four go for a toss and how they untangle themselves from the problem forms the crux of Achamindri.
The main highlight of the movie is Saranya Ponvannan, who plays the role of Rajalakshmi, a head of a rich educational institute. This is the first time Saranya Ponvannan has played a negatives shade. She has shed her image of a mother and dons a strong getup.
The director of Ennamo Nadakkudhu fame, Rajpandi has managed to give a different genre. This one has action and drama that is gripping at places. He tries to tell people that there is corruption in our education system and how it affects parents and children.
Dialogues by Radhakrishnan have been well-written. The script is one of the strong point for the entire movie as the second half and climax solely depends on it.
The film has been produced by Vijay Vasanth’s home banner Triple V Records. Music is by Premji Amaren. He has managed to score well.
Cinematography by A Venkatesh is clear and colourful. Praveen K L has handled the editing.