Vadacurry Review

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Review by : Suresh
Starring
Jai, Swati Reddy, RJ Balaji
Direction
Saravana Rajan
Music
Vivek Shiva, Mervin Solomon
Production
Meeka Entertainment

Jai is all thrilled and hopes to continue his good run after the success of Raja Rani. Now comes his next Vadacurry. Directed by debutant Saravana Rajan, who started his career as dance master and later worked as associate to Venkat Prabhu, Vadacurry is a comedy film which carries a strong message.

Vadacurry features Subramaniapuram actors and actress Jai and Swathi in the lead roles. The high point of the movie is splendid music score by the young duo Mervin and Vivek. Produced by Dayanidhi Alagiri's Meea ENtertainments and distributed by Varun Manian of Radiance Media, Vadacurry is a fresh and flavoury story.

Its something which we can see in our daily life. The USP of the movie is bringing porn star Sunny Leone to shake her leg for a number that seems to go down well with the masses. Movies that carry novel story lines and out of the box ideas do find favour with youngsters. Saravana Rajan has taken cue from this to  dish out an entertainer.

The film is about the desires of the youth, their yearning for economic independence and the extent to which they are willing to go to achieve it. Its protagonist is a not-so-well-off guy who desires an expensive mobile like his friends and tries every trick in the book to own it. 

Jai plays a lower middle class youth, who loves hi-tech mobile. Swathi comes across as Jai's lover. Jai is a perfect foil for the story. He is at ease and comes out with comedy sequences well. Jai's comical timing is good. Watch out for Swathi who is back to her Subramaniapuram days.

The songs are really peppy and worth listening to. The director has managed to observe things around with him with care and dish it out in his maiden venture.

Totally Vadacurry is full of flavour.

Spicy and superb


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