Vantha Rajavathaan Varuven Movie Review
Silambarasan ,Megha Akash ,Catherine Tresa ,Prabhu ,Ramya Krishnan ,Nassar ,Mahat Raghavendra ,Suman ,Radha Ravi ,Sriranjini ,Amit Tiwari ,Yogi Babu ,Robo Shankar ,VTV Ganesh ,Rajendran,Vichu Vishwanath ,Abhi shek Shankar ,Gowtham Sundararajan ,Aryan ,Rajkapoor,Gowthami Vembunathan etc.
Directer – Sundar C.,Producer – Allirajah Subaskaran,Screenplay – Sundar C.,Music – Hiphop Tamizha, Cinema tography * Gopi Amarnath,Editer – N. B. Srikanth ,Production Company – Lyca Productions ,PRO – Riaz K Ah med etc.
STR’s family sentiments exploded into emotions, deception formulas of comedy and action which meshing to g rab the audience. In the Kollywood industry Simbu had proven a strong position with his stylish outlook, by the body language and delivering of the firm punch dialogues and even many ups and down was there in his movies “Chekka Chivantha Vaanam” among the three brothers, he ventured a unique lineament. “Vantha Rajavathaan Varuven” made a decent step for STR’s carrier, the director Sundar C moved out from the usual format of full fle dged com edies that he has worked with some sentimental sequels, the baseline is from 2013’s film “Attarintiki Daredi” which the actor Pawan Kalyan gives a great success in Tollywood.
Normally, Simbhu’s films were stuffed with full of vigorous and freshness, energy and kicking of his past and pre sent lifestyle, the film “Vantha Rajavathaan Varuven” contains a relationship bond. STR plays in Raja (Adhithya) eccentric, that his aunt Nandhini, 25 years before who elope with a guy Prabhu (Prakash). But Nandhini’s family member moves towards Milan to develop their business and even to forget the tragedy happened after Nan dhini’s marriage.Story: “VRV” which is modified according to the Tamil audience, Adhithya is a rich guy and his grandfather Raghunandan (Nassar) and father Suman, who built up their business in the country of Milan. The family members face an unstable situation in their business and without Nandhini’s appearances, Raghunand an’s authority force will move out to someone else, if Nandhini hasn’t joined with the family.
To avoid this critical circumstance and with a warmth, Raghunandan send his grandchild Adhithya to Chennai that he wanted to see his daughter Nandhini. The fascinating man, once steps in Nandhini’s house that he rea lized how the way his brother-in-law look after his aunt and that she never forget about pass tragedy and even she avoids everyone for not accepting her love marriage.The rich guy, who joins as a driver in his aunt’s house in the name of Raja and try to take Nandhini to his grandfather’s place, Raja sort out the issues faced by Nandhini and her family members. But, Nandhini never accepts Raja and his family members that what they have done for her. With all crisis Raja takes his aunt to their place and Nandhini is joined with them or not is the balance script.
The up-and-coming Silambarasan’s matured performances come out well, unfortunately lacking in his dance, which was observed that he was struggling with the steps. The senior artists Prabhu and Ramya Krishnan bal anced their performances with the full-blown acting, the young girls Catherine Tresa and Megha Akash both done their job neatly, the director given balanced opportunities to the girls, Robo Shankar and VTV Ganesh co me throughout film to support the actor Silambarasan and in the second half Yogi Babu comical is extra fitting, especially in the dramatic sequel.As it is old content in Tamil cinema that ego clashes with the relationship, “VR V” come in a distinctive way. a decent family story.
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In Sundar C’s Vantha Rajavathaan Varuven (I will come like a king), Nasser plays the founder-chairman of a company worth gazillions of rupees. He’s based in Europe. He eats breakfast like a European, with a fork and knife. But his heart is all Indian. It yearns for the daughter (Nandini, played by Ramya Krishnan) he banished from his house when she married a lawyer (Prabhu) who wasn’t worth gazillions of rupees. Now, he deputes his grandson, Aadhi (Silambarasan aka Simbu aka STR), to repair this rift. But before we see Aadhi, we hear of him. When someone expresses doubt over Aadhi’s abilities, his grandfather says, “You’ve seen him silent, now see him violent.” This sounds like an interval-block punch line, which hints that the so-far-silent hero is now going to turn violent. But here, it’s just rhyming wordplay. Like duty/looty. Like sagalai/ragalai. You keep praying no one, in the context of a folk performance, utters the word “koothu”.
The title is a reference to a line Simbu spoke in the recent Chekka Chivantha Vaanam. There are endless other references to him. Like the fact that he hasn’t had much luck with relationships. Or that he turns up late for sho otings. Or that there’s a cool-casual (and somewhat sleazy) aspect to his screen persona. When he mistakenly wanders into Maya’s (Megha Akash) room and sees she needs help zipping her dress up, he does the needful. (Th e fact that he doesn’t know her at all doesn’t bother him.) The Telugu original, Attarintiki Daredi, was fashioned for another star, Pawan Kalyan. And I mean it when I say “fashioned”. When you have a really big star, you fashi on your film around the things audiences love about this big star. But when Simbu steps into that role, you now need to change it to fit Simbu. And just those references to the Simbu-verse alone won’t help.
Simbu is good. He sells a particularly corny emotional scene towards the end — and you cannot do that if you’re not good. But he’s hampered by the things around him, like the Sundar C sensibility. This director’s approach suits films like Kalakalappu, but you cannot make every movie a madcap comedy. Attarintiki Daredi is a che er fully OTT drama, and in this remake, the emotional beats don’t register at all. Look, I’m not calling the original some great masterpiece that should not be tampered with. But it was made with a crazy kind of conviction, whi ch is why it worked. You have to retain what worked in that movie. Otherwise, you have no movie. The one enj oyable aspect of Vantha Rajavathaan Varuven is Hiphop Tamizha’s infectious remix of Madurai Veeran’s ‘Vaanga Machaan Vaanga’. It shows how you can retain the spirit of the original and yet do your own thing. It’s a lesson th is movie could have used.
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Written By- T.H.PRASAD -B4U-Ratting-4.5/5