Veera Sivaji’s story revolves around a taxi driver, Shiva, played by Vikram Prabhu who is cheated by the villain (John Vijay) who is a conman cheating people with large amounts of fake currency. Why he decides to go behind them and how he succeeds in nabbing these criminals forms the rest of the story. With the right amount of twists, turns, action and sentiment this film is a fairly interesting watch.
· Vikram Prabhu’s role is a well-essayed one and the actor has done complete justice to his role. He has delivered all emotions perfectly, be it the romantic scenes or the power-packed action sequences.
· Imman’s background score complements and rightly increases the pace of the movie whenever needed.
· Robo Shankar and Yogi Babu’s combination scenes have worked out well as they provide quite a few laughs.
· The director has managed to add all the ingredients to make it a typical masala film.
· Cinematography by Sukumar is impressive and the visuals are rich and colourful.
· The plot takes too long to unfold and the director has wasted too much time introducing characters.
· Actress Shamlee who plays the female lead, Anjali, disappoints us. She somehow doesn’t fit the role right.
· One simply does not seek for logic when it comes to most masala movies and Veera Sivaji is no different.
· Some dialogues and scenes of Shiva, the hero, seem cringingly over-the-top.
VERDICT: Veera Sivaji is a commercial masala film you can watch once!
Veera Sivaji is a commercial masala film you can watch once!
Galatta Rating: ( 3/5.0 )3
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