|Directed by||Jai Akash|
|Written by||Jai Akash|
|Music by||Nandhan Raj|
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The employees of Field Weapon Factory (F. W. F), a company that manufactures weapons and sends them to Sri Lanka, are sent to Sri Lanka by their boss. After arriving in Sri Lanka, Bhumika (Preethi Minal) falls in love with Jai (Jai Akash), and Rekha (Anita Reddy) falls in love with another man. Ganesh (Theepetti Ganesan) is also in love with Rekha. Jai and Ganesh smoke ganja (marijuana), but Jai stops the bad habit for Bhumika. While the employees are feeling the nation, they meet a freedom fighter leader (Jai Akash) who wants to kill the employees as their company is responsible for the deaths of many people. How Jai convinces the leader to spare his life forms the rest of the plot.
- Jai Akash as Jai / Freedom fighter leader (dual role)
- Preethi Minal as Bhumika
- Anita Reddy as Rekha
- Theepetti Ganesan as Ganesh
- Saikiran as Sai
- Adith Seenivas as Hussain
- Shatishji as F.W.F Chairman
- K. B. Shankar as F.W.F Manager
- Chithiram Basha as Bus Driver
- Kathoori Sundar as Freedom fighter
- Jai Venu as Freedom fighter
- Gopinath as Freedom fighter
- Anthony Muthu as Freedom fighter
- Manish as Freedom fighter
- Ethiraj as Freedom fighter
- Krishna as Freedom fighter
- Logun Shree as Freedom fighter
- Boopathy as Freedom fighter
- Ramu as Freedom fighter
- Neeraj Purohit
The songs were composed by Nandhan Raj, who also collaborated with Akash for Kadhalan Kadhali (2012). The first CD from the audio launch was given by Vijay Antony to Prabhu Solomon. The trailer was released by P. L. Thenappan and received by Kalaipuli Sekharan. Additional music was composed by S.S. Athreya with Snehan as the lyricist.
|"Ramar Nadu"||Thamizh Amuthan||Ranjith||Kuthu song|
|"Ishtam Pole"||Andal Priyadarshini||Charulatha Mani, Nandhan Raj||Sensuous number song|
|"I know you love me"||Senthamizh Dhasan||Balaji, Roshini|
|"Badham Pazham Pondra"||Andal Priyadharshini||Madhumitha, Jessie Gift||Duet song|
|"Iniyavale, Iniyavale"||Thamizh Amudhan||Srinivas||Melodious number|
The New Indian Express gave the film a negative review and wrote that "Ayudha Porattam is confused issues, and misguided direction. A few more misadventures such as this, rather than resurrecting the hero’s dipping career, will, on the contrary, make it non-existent". Sify gave a similar review and stated that " The basic premise of the story is interesting, but the screenplay and characters are half-baked".
The film was a dud at the Chennai box office.
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