Eli Review

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Review by : Suresh
Vadivelu, Sadha
Yuvaraj Dhayalan
City Cine Creations

Vadivelu and director Yuvaraj Dayalan share a good rapport. Their chemistry is evident in the way Thenaliraman was made. The duo now joins hands to render a laughathon in Eli.

The movie is a period film set in 1960s. Vadivelu plays a spy and his signature style comedy makes up the movie.Playing his ladylove is. Of course there is a villain in the form of Pradeep Rawat. Music is by Vidyasagar and cinematography by Paul Livingston.

It is a period film set in 1950s and 60s.Yuvaraj seems to know Vadivelu's strength and hence comes up with sequences that would make his fans crave and admire.Vadivelu has yet again proved why comedy comes naturally to him. His body language and dialogue delivery deserve a special mention.

A spy thriller set around Vadivelu. Unable to solve a series of crimes and an urgent need to end the menace of a dreaded gang, the police department feels Vadivelu is the best man to nab the head of the gang. They see him as an Eli (rat). What follows are action sequences inspired by Jackie Chan movies and Vadivelu signature style comedies.

Interestingly Vadivelu has Sadha to romance and his usual gang of men to play jokes.Vadivelu plays a splendid role. He is solid from the first reel. His one-liners are laughathons.

Sadha is pretty and makes you laugh loud.Pradeep Rawat stands out with his menacing looks.Cinematographer Paul Livingstone, has done a commendable job and capture the of 60s well to give a right retro look.Music is top notch.

Vidyasagar is back with bang.But the movie needs a trimming running for over 2.40 hours.

But forget all, for Vadivelu enjoy Eli.

Spy thriller

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