Samuthirakani starrer Aan Devathai is directed by Thamira. Gibran has scored the music while cinematography has been done by Vijay Milton.
Ramya Pandiyan plays Samuthirakani’s wife whose intentions about getting rich and living a high life troubles the family. Ramya secures a well-paying IT job while Samuthirakani works as a medical representative. As they both get busy with their work, kids get deprived of the care and attention from parents.
Sighting this issue, Samuthirakani decides to quit his job and dedicate his time for nurturing their kids. Meanwhile, Ramya moves up the ladder in her professional career and starts getting involved in late night parties. Soon it creates a issues between the couple.
Samuthirakani has played a responsible father’s role. His looks and age are exactly what his role demands. Actress Ramya has done a role that has a negative shade well. Supporting actors like Radha Ravi, Kaalai Venkat, Anupama Kumar have done their roles to perfection.
The director has taken the issue of opinion differences between married couple that comes when the fairer sex earns and runs the family. The director has conveyed a message that people shouldn’t yield into lavish lifestyle.
The screenplay is fine but doesn’t have any surprises or well made fresh scenes. Screenplay is predictable which makes audience lose interest. If the director had made more scenes with detailing over how a man handles household duties and children, it could have been more interesting and new to watch.
Vijay Milton and Gibran’s expertise makes the songs and visuals likeable. Overall, Aan Devathai is a movie that delivers a message and insists on how a family setup should be.