Velainu Vandhutta Vellaikaaran is such a uproarious & stress busting comic caper
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Director Ezhil though may not be belonging to an elite league, has a style for himself. He doesn't come out of his comfort zone and hardly explores new horizons in story writing or filmmaking. But he always managed to entertain us the quirky way. Though some of his films have failed, some of his have always served the purpose. And really glad that VVV lived up to his reputation.
Right from looking into the title, you can come to a conclusion that this movie ain't no path breaking cinema. This is one more run-of-the-mill stuff that provides you nothing new but still, who'd hate to get entertained and laugh out loud even though an old wine is presented in a new bottle? Ezhil has been doing that for quite a while and he manages to hit the bull's eye this timr around too.
VVV though has got nothing exorbitant to offer, rides on a 'better' storyline to be honest. Thanks to Soori and Vishnu, first half gets going with a lot of distractions though. What actually brings down the roof is the entire second half, after the re-entry of Robo Shankar and Ravi Mariya. Absolutely hilarious stuff which will leave you gasping for breath. It was really refreshing to see such a honest comic caper after a long time that doesn't dish out any lame entertainment but a hearty one.
The director wouldn't have had a better cast. Technically the movie did enough to satiate this beaten-to-death genre. The only thing I felt was that the songs were huge speed breakers and never got going. The entire first half was blatant and had though it didn't leave me bored, it might be for some people out there. But at the end of the day, second half makes it up sumptuously.
VVV is carefree entertainment with no holds barred. Go, laugh your asses out.