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Sivakarthikeyan has become the most bankable star in Kollywood today. His comedy timings and effortless acting ability has been liked by the audience and critics alike. So here comes Sivakarthikeyan with yet another comedy caper, Varuthapadatha Vaalibar Sangam, produced by P. Madan of Escape Artists Motion Pictures. The full-fledged comedy also features Sridivya, Sathyaraj, Suri, ‘Kadhal’ Dhandapani, Raja, Sriranjani and ‘Yaar’ Kannan. Directed by Ponram, the film has dialogue by director Rajesh M., cinematography by Balasubramaniyem, music by D. Imman, lyrics by Yugabharathi, editing by Vivek Harshan, art by G. Durai Raj, choreography by Dinesh and stunts by Super Subburayan. Here we take a look at the plot...
THE STORY: Sivanandi (Sathyaraj), who lives for his social status, is accused of killing his daughter, who eloped with her lover. Sivanandi is now under arrest and the rest of story is narrated as a flashback. Well, if you thought that this is a serious film then hold on, we have the entry of Bose Pandi (Sivakarthikeyan), a village vagabond and also the proud head of Varuthapadatha Vaalibar Sangam, which literally does nothing. He along with his sidekick Soori creates trouble only for the villagers. And now the story revolces around Sivanandi's daughter Latha Pandi (Sridivya), his gun and Bose Pandi...
As the title implies, the film is a light-hearted comedy entertainer by director Ponram; his guru Rajesh M has also written some rib-tickling comedy dialogues for this film. Once again Siva and Soori share a wonderful chemistry in this film too. The cranky comedy one-liner and their hilarious acts are surely a treat to watch. Sathyaraj's majestic look and his witty dialogues make the film a must-watch for Kollywood movie buffs.
Newcomer Sridivya is pretty and is good at her emotions. The rest of the star cast are convincing. Balasubramaniyem's camera works are colourful while Imman's music is average.
If you are tired of the wannabe-world cinema type movies, VVS is a good change. No place for action and sentiments, this is definitely a perfect entertainer for this weekend.