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Madurai Veeran Movie review
Madurai has become the luckiest location for producers and directors to shoot their films, a mascot which they feel will guarantee success. Madurai Veeran joins the long list of movies such as Ghilli , Madurey , Thimiru, Kaadhal and Koodal Nagar shot in and around Madurai city. Madurai Veeran is a remake of the Telugu hit Nuvvu Nenu, which did highly envied business in the market.
Story in a nutshell: romance blossoming between rich boy and poor girl, opposed by families.
Shiva (Jithan Ramesh) is the son of a business tycoon, who predictably has no time from his busy schedule for his only son. Deprived of love and care from home, Shiva grows up as a ruffian and develops a similar circle of friends in college.
Now's the time for the girl (who is bound to make the difference in the hero's life) to make her dramatic entry. Voila! Enters Priya (Saloni), the lissome and nuble daughter of a person who trades in milk. As love is known to be blind and doesn't have any bond with wealth, wisdom or power, the two fall for each other. Priya's dad, in addition to his milk business, is a moneylender. He has an arrogant raucous sister, who helps him by thrashing people who avoid repaying the debts. But Priya, being the heroine of the movie, is predictably soft, naïve and nice. She also goes out of her way to bring Shiva on to the right track.
Jeevaa has lent his voice for his brother Ramesh, but that might not be a key factor in deciding the fate of the film. Srikanth Deva's fresh, young and frivolous tunes fill the movie. Gritty visuals by cinematographer V. Jaishankar add strength to the movie.
Newcomer Saloni has given a notable performance. Vincent Selva has rightly made use of each actor's talents. He should have avoided some of the action sequences to streamline the film.