Varutha Padatha Valibar Sangam – Movie Review

10 Sep


varutha-padatha-valibar-sangam_1373969432Varutha Padatha Valibar Sangam

Is a story of Bose Pandian (Sivakarthikeyan) the leader of a Self-proclaimed club called Varutha Padatha Valibar Sangam, whose main objective is to publicize themselves through flex banners and loafing around carelessly in the village. He falls in love with the village chief Sivannadi’s  (Satyaraj) daughter who is basically against love . How both sides clash and who wins in the end forms the story. A very simple formula has been well executed by the director and his team.

Sivakarthikeyan acts with ease and delivers comedy one-liners like his breath. We can expect more good performances in the coming years.  Parota Soori performs well as the side kick, actually takes commands in more scenes resembling Satyaraj and Goundamani duo. Satyaraj though has very less dialogue in the film his sheer presence makes him irreplaceable in the character. Imman has composed the right tunes in the film, his Intha Ponnungale and Paakathey Paakathey songs are a sure hit. Cameraman Bala subramaniam as given us a visual treat his frames make us drool like kids in front of a shop filled with sweets.

Even though the director has followed a simple formula there are lags in the storyline, often leading to aimless comedy than the story itself.  The casting is the real hero of the film. An entertaining comedy without logic and could have been trimmed by at least 20 min. I give it 6/10 .


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Posted by on September 10, 2013 in Movie Review


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