Vettaikaran Review

Vettaikaran Movie Review – Only for Vijay Fans

Production: Sun Pictures, AVM Productions
Direction: Babu Sivan
Star casts: Vijay, Anushka, Salim Ghosh, Shayaji Shinde, Satyan, Sri Hari and others.
Music: Vijay Anthony
Cinematography: Gopinath
Editing: V.T. Vijayan

We couldn’t understood why Vijay is strictly sticking on B grade mass masalas like Vettaikkaran!

There is nothing new in this action-revenge-average comedy flick and most of the scenes also dragged from his old movies like Pokkiri, Bagavathy, Thiruppachi etc…

Also it seems that Vijay is completely surrendered in front of the demigod of Kollywood Rajinikanth. He copied the one and only superstar’s style even in dialogue delivery. So once again the actor proves that there is no place for originality in his films.

The story is goes like this…

Ravi alias Police Ravi, a Tuticurin based happy go lucky guy is attempting continuously to get promotion from his plus two exam. But he adores Devraj IPS as his guru and wishes to become a cop like him in his life.

‘Unexpectedly’ he passed his plus two exam and to Chennai to join a college and fulfill his dream. He meets a lovely girl during his journy in train and immediately fall in love with her.

Ravi earns his livelihood by driving auto after his college hours and continuous his studies.

One bad day, he meets Chella, son of local don Vedanayagam (Salim Ghosh), who has control over entire Chennai

Clashes do takes place between Ravi and the baddies and finally Ravi killed Chella in a fierce battle.

After that Vijay come to know about a shocking fact that Devraj IPS, his guru, has lost his career, eyesight and his family because of Vedanayagam.

Now, Ravi join hands with Devraj and vows to overthrow the realms of baddies and starts striking with his fists of actions that move in a much cliched way.

It is none other than a Perarasu type mass masala which mostly failed to grab the attention of the viewers in most of the scenes.

Vijay doing his role as usually with lot of aimless punches, stunts and dry comedy. The post interval part is so overdosed with these elements.

Anushka reveals her glamour portions well and gives shock to other Tamil heroines.

Though the narration of police officer Devraj role is remembering Nasser of Dhill, Devraj done the role with the inputs of his maximum effort.

Music and camera work are ok. But Vijay Antony completely failed in the back ground score.

There is nothing new in the film, including the promotional techniques of Sun Pictures.. So the hopes to make this film as a minimum hit is also very hard to Vijay.

Hard times continues for Vijay.. better luck in his 50th film!

Rating – 3/10