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Vasuvum Saravananum Onna Padichavanga (VSOP) Movie review
Vaasuvum Saravananum Onna Padichavanga (VSOP) starring Arya, Tamannah and Santhanam is a complete comedy entertainer from the start till the end. The film's story is as the title suggests - it revolves around the life of two childhood school friends Vasu and Saravanan, played by Santhanam and Arya respectively. Their happy bachelor life comes to an end with the entry of Santhanam's wife who demands him to unfriend Arya. With an idea of their mutual friend Karunakaran, Santhanam forces Arya to find a girl so that he would then not disturb him. Will Arya find his girl and impress her? Will Santhanam succesfully break off his friendship with Arya and get back his happy married life? To know more about the interesting changes that happen in their life after the entry of two girls, watch the film on the big screen.
As promised by the makers of VSOP the film is packed with 'kalaaikals'. In every scene each character trips up the other. VSOP makes an ideal 25th film for Arya. His innocent expressions and the timely 'comedy piece' smile present several lol moments to the audience. Just like in Boss Engira Baskaran, in this film also Arya's innocent ways of impressing Tamannah impress the audience instead. Arya and Santhanam share equal screen space in the film. However, Santhanam wins crown in the film for being the Master of Kalaikals. His back-to-back comedy dialogues and punches steal the show. The actor has groomed not only his appearance but his dance moves. Above all, he has a beautiful wife in the film played by Mukta Banu, who has made a good comeback through the film. As usual Tammanah appears beautiful in the film. This time she wins the heart of many not by her appearance, but by her humorous act. In fact, there were scenes where she mocks the king of 'Kalaikals', Santhanam and does a good job of it! The promising artist Vidyullekha Raman who plays the friend of Tammanah does not go unnoticed. She steals the show with her remarkable acting as well. Her combination scenes with Arya and Santhanam is a laughter riot. VSOP is the first film which has properly used her talent. Though Karunakaran appears in very few scenes, every time he came on screen he had the audience in splits.
The master of comedy, director M. Rajesh has presented the movie in an out-and-out humorous style. Though he has used a title which rings similar to that of a liquor, the film has nothing to do with alcohol. As promised by the makers of the film, the film hasn't a single scene of smoking. Written and directed by Rajesh himself, the film has unlimited comedy to offer the audience . The film makes the audience feel like they are watching another version of Boss Engira Baskaran and the Arya-Santhanam-Rajesh combination is a huge success. Like his previous films, this film also has a cameo role played by Vishal. His final punch with an impressive way of giving message to the audience gets several likes. Cinematographer Nirav Shah's camera work is remarkable. D. Imman's music and background score enhances the mood of the film. The placement of songs without spoiling the flow of the film is appreciable. The film doesn't bore the audience at any point for which editor Vivek Harshan's clever cuts are laudable.The other attraction in the film is the costumes and choreography. Notably, the dance moves in the gaana song 'lucka maattikkichi' and 'evanda friend' is remarkable. On the whole, VSOP is a pure comedy entertainer!
Verdict: A 'semma kalai' from Arya, Santhanam and Rajesh.