Vaayai Moodi Pesavum Review

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Review by : Suresh
Starring
Dulquer Salman, Nazriya Nazim, Madhoo, Pandiarajan
Direction
Balaji Mohan
Music
Sean Roldan
Production
Y NOT Studios, Radiance Media

Tamil cinema has seen many rom-coms. Many of them managed to strike a chord with the masses. Much recently, the industry has seen a new trend wherein young filmmakers come up with some gripping stories that deal about romance and add a tinge of humour to it  and serve it a delicious dish to audience.

Filmmaker Balaji Mohan started as short filmmaker ventured to bigger canvas with Kadhalil Sodhapuvaddhu Eppadi. The highly entertaining film with Siddharth and Amala Paul in the lead went on to become a huge hit and thus he announced his arrival to the industry.

All eyes were on him as he has come up with his next Vaayai Moodi Pesavum (VMP). This time he managesto combine humour with romance and much interestingly taking a dig at politics. A political satire is what the movie is all about.

Call it a guts as he roped in two relatively newcomers for  the movie in lead roles.Produced by Varun Manian in association with S Sashikanth, the film features Dulquer Salman (Mammoootty's son), Nazriya, Madhubala, Pandiyarajan, Vinu Chakravarthi and Robo Shankar. The music is scored by Sean Roldan.

There was a huge hype for the movie prior to its release. The question now is whether it has lived up to all hooplas surrounding it. The answer could be yes. The movie manages to strike a chord not just with youngsters but audience from all walks of life. The film has comedy, sentiment and all the necessary ingredients to click at the box office.

A socio-political satire it has everything in it to entertain masses. Aravind (Dulqur) is a salesman. He comes to a village badly hit by a flu. They suffer a lot. Called Dr Fix It, what Aravind does forms the rest. There is romance in the form of Nazriya and some intense laughable moments to follow.

Dulqur pulls it off really well. His looks add to his performance. Nazriya is gorgeous and has a meaty role to do. Equally appealing is Pandiarajan and Madhoo's role. Sean Roldon's music add pep to the proceedings. 

At a time when revenge dramas are holding sway, a film like VMP is refreshingly different. It promises aplenty and delivers its best.

Bubbly and boisterous


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