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Vadacurry Movie review
Produced by Dayanidhi Azhagiri's Meeka Entertainment is bringing out this uniquely titled Vadacurry, starring Jai and Swati Reddy, under Saravana Rajan's direction.
Sathish (Jai) is from a lower-middle class family, having been brought up by his brother Manimaaran (Aruldoss), an honest auto driver, and his wife Sivakami (Kasthuri). The movie opens to Sathish visiting a clinic on the first day of his work as a Medial Representative. His keeps getting calls on his totally outdated model cellphone and everybody keeps making fun of it. Sathish's friend Karikaalan (RJ Balaji) advises him to get a latest model phone, but his financial commitments don't allow him to. He sees Naveena (Swati Reddy) and falls for her immediately, but due to a wrong assumption Naveena's friend Latha (Misha Ghoshal) thinks Sathish is in love with her, and Sathish thinks Naveena is in love with somebody else. One day, Sathish comes across a lost iPhone at a tea stall and when he sees nobody claiming it, he silently pockets it and walks off. He receives a call from somebody, but when he wants to return the phone his friends advise him to just use it for himself. From the time he starts using the phone, life takes a turn for the better for Sathish.
But, following a live lesson in honesty, Sathish decides to return the phone and Thayaalan (Ajay Raj) calls him at the same time asking for something. When Sathish goes to return the phone, Thayaalan and his gang trap Sathish, mistaking him for one Ravishankar and demand that he return some goods. Not knowing what is happening around him, Sathish gets trapped in a lot of controversies and his life as well as that of his family and friends are at stake. There seem to be some very serious nefarious activities related to the threat of many people's lives happening around him. What are the controversies? Who is Ravishankar? How deep has Sathish gotten himself into unknown danger? Will he make it out? Watch Vadacurry on the big screens to know.
Director Saravana Rajan has taken an interesting plot and tried to weave a tale of intrigue and suspense through it. The treatment of the screenplay could have been better. One does get a feel of watching Polladhavan, while watching the first half. The second half however, goes on a completely different track. Jai is his usual, candid self and has played his part well. Swati Reddy as the naive but strong-minded working girl, is good. RJ Balaji as Karikaalan has done a wonderful job throughout the movie, and is the person who reveals the secret behind the title Vadacurry. The support cast of Kasthuri, Auldoss, Vemkat Prabhu and Misha Ghoshal add value to the movie and provides the laughs. The surprise package is Sai Prashant, who provides the twist in the tale. Ajay Raj has played a meaty role too. Vivek Shiva and Mervin Solomon's music needs a special mention. Their tunes are lovely and add life to the movie. Sunny Leone, though appearing in just a special number, steals the audience's minds. Venkatesh's cinematography is good. The pace lags a little, but with a racier screenplay would make the movie all the more better.
If you want a mystery with comedy interlaced, head over to Vadacurry.
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