Dhruv Vikram, a medical college student, however, has an angry character. Nayaki is a first-year student at the same college. Dhruv Vikram falls in love with him. Illa is not reacting. Then the two fall madly in love.
His father protests against the caste cause of their love for Elita’s home. Angered by this, Dhruv goes to his house to fetch Elita. Dhruv leaves the father, on the one hand, on the other hand, and with the troubled ice, giving him 6 hours to decide. What did Elita decide after that? Did the boyfriend cry despite his father’s opposition? Is not it? The rest.
The film is being remade for Arjun Reddy’s Telugu film Arjun Reddy. Durruv’s performance is surprisingly high as this is the first film. This is how Vikram’s son is even. Dhruv’s voice is a huge plus.
The heroine is the elegance of the snowy alley and beauty. He has performed well in romantic and sentimental scenes. Her performance in the climax, in particular. Anupadasan, who is a close friend of Dhruv, laughs at his timing comedy, even if it comes short. Dhruv’s friendship between him is well worked out,
Priya Anand, Raja, who plays after a long break, and Leela Samson, who plays Dhruv’s grandmother, have made a significant contribution. Director Krisshaya Arjun Reddy has made the film as Aditya Verma without any changes. Like Arjun Reddy, sentimental scenes work out, which is a big plus.
Sandeep Vanga has already won in both Arjun Reddy in Telugu and Kabir Singh in Hindi. It can be said that his assistant director Girizaya gave the same story as Aditya Verma in Tamil and made him proud. Ratan’s music has reinforced the film. Ravi K Chandran’s cinematography is a treat to the eyes.
Overall, ‘Aditya Verma’ is entertaining.