Review by : Suresh
M. Sasikumar, Miya George
After an emotional rural theme in Tharai Thappatai, actor Sasikumar comes out with Vetrivel. Produced by Trident Arts and presented by Lyca Productions, the movie ends up a typical sasikumar movie and is a racy rural action-entertainer shot in the backdrop of Thanjavur.
The movie has Miya George, Prabhu, Viji Chandrasekar, Vijayalakshmi Thambi Ramaiah and Renuka in the cast apart from Sasikumar.Music is by D Imman. Cinematography is by S RKathir and A LRamesh handles film’s editing. Watch out for Samuthirakani, the National award winner making a cameo.
Vetrivel dwells on the culture and tradition in Pattukottai. Shot in real locations, the movie manages to hold attention for it has a heady mix of emotion, fun and romance.
It is a typical village story loaded with relationship and bonding. The movie predominantly revolve around Prabhu and Vijee Chandrasekhar. They are step-siblings.
As it happens in any such story, Sasikumar’s brother and Prabhu’s daughter love each other.Sasikumar coming to know about the matter wants to get them wedlocked.
But obviously there are troubles. Meanwhile there is a comedy track in the form of Thambi Ramiah and romance for sasikumar with Mia George.Three cheers to the filmmaker for weaving an entertainer.
The script and screenplay proceed at quick pace. Whenever the script lags, the pacy and commercial elements are infused to make it engaging.Add to it some cool visual of green pastures in villages by Kathir and peppy earthy music by Imman, Vetrivel sticks to our hearts.
It is a cakewalk for Sasikumar who excels in such roles. He is the flesh and blood of the movie and executes it well. Mia George is appealing.Prabhu is splendid and emotes at his best.
Viji Chandrasekhar has immense potential and has been rightly tapped by the director.With no dull moments, Vetrivel lives up to the title. A super show on screen.
Vetrivel - Super Show
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