Aaaah or Aah is a Tamil Anthology Horror film. Hari Shankar and Hareesh Narayan have co-directed and written the film. KTVR Creative Frames has produced the film. Gokulnath, Meghna, Bala Saravanan, and Bobby Simha are in the lead roles in the film. It features five different horror stories shot in five different places; Japan, Dubai, the midsea of the Bay of Bengal, a highway in Andhra Pradesh and a remote ATM booth in Tamil Nadu. Aaah Movie is also set to be dubbed in Hindi as Rooh ki Aaah by Cinekon Movies.
Aaaah Movie was declared was Average at the box-office. With mixed reviews from critics and audiences. The 1st half in the movie was so interesting and thrilling. You all will love the movie. While The IMDb rating of Aaaah is 5.1/10
Aaaah Hindi Dubbed Update
The Hindi dubbing rights of Aaaah Movie is sold to Cinekon Movies. Aaah movie was released on 28 Nov 2014 in the Tamil Language. Dubbing of the film has been completed fully. and censor Certification is also Completed. The Hindi dubbed version of the film has been named As Rooh ki Aaah by Cinecon Movies. Recently Cinecon Movies has uploaded the Thriller in Hindi. Now there is another update that the film will be released on 6 March 2020. Rooh ki Aaah Movie will be uploaded in the Cinekon Movie Youtube channel on 6 March 2020.
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- Ambuli Gokulnath as Thamizh
- Meghna as Cherry
- Bala Saravanan as Singaram
- Bobby Simha as Prosper
- M. S. Bhaskar as Guru
- P. S. Srijith as Ranga
- Bosskey as Security Company Owner
- Ajai as Salim
- Gaana Bala in a special appearance
- Sandy in a special appearance
Three friends meeting on their reunion are being drawn into a bet to prove the presence of ghosts by a rich schoolmate unexpectedly, leading them to a journey to five different places around the world suspected to be haunted.
As in comedy, timing is also important for horror films, but in Aaah, we get the wrong response shots and nostalgic dialogue delivery that takes away the thrill in one scene. Certainly, the setup is interesting – the three friends meet at their reunion and one of their classmates is challenged that if he gets proof of the existence of ghosts, he will pay half his fortune (Rs 60 crore). So, the three start a hunt for examples of ghost attacks that lead them to a globetrotting race.
The acting is often amateur and only in the episodes of MS Bhaskar and Boskey do we get some reliable performances. Both Gokulnath and Meghna are artificial while Bala Saravanan’s prudence doesn’t really crack us up. Meanwhile, poor Simha is made to throw some attitude, but it only turns out to be fake. Often, we are able to feel that it is the belief of all and it is the editing and score that is causing tension.