The dinner goes well and the couple ends up at Anamika’s place. Unfortunately, some kidnappers’ gets hold of Anamika and Arjun is not able to save her. So he goes to a nearby police station and files a complaint with the inspector (M.S. Bhaskar). The police is surprised when the apartment security system doesn’t record any such event.
How Priya gets rescued is the rest of the story.
Being a directorial debut for Anand Shankar, he has handled the movie very well. The second half seems to be lagging in pace but definitely this movie scores a point for logical handling. Vikram Prabhu can be an eye candy but he needs to work more on the romance quotient. Priya Anand is charming throughout the movie.
Minister cum villain part is done neatly by J.D.Chakrbarty. Even his henchmen do a perfect work. Though M. S. Bhaskar's part is very small, he captures the audience by his acting. Exciting scenes are captured precisely by R.D.Rajasekar's camera. Song taken near a falls shows the expertise of the cinematographer. Drums Sivamani as a debut music director scores better in song composing than thriller BGM.
Overall, Arima Nambi is a visual treat.