Tamil Movie ‘Velainu Vandhutta Vellaikaaran’ Review & Live Audience Response

Tamil comedy movie ‘Velainu Vandhutta Vellaikaaran’ was released in Tamilnadu and all over India on Friday, June 3, 2016. The film was released in around 300 screens.

With ‘Velainu Vandhutta Vellaikaaran’, actor Vishnu Vishal has become a producer too. Vishnu’s previous four films have been well accepted by the audience and his maiden production venture also stars Nikki Galrani, Soori and Robo Shankar.

The actor is known for doing films of different genres and this time he has teamed with director Ezhil, who has a niche for making good comedy films and is considered a minimum guarantee of entertainment.

The duo has produced the film jointly, and their confidence in the movie is not unfounded. The flick is an out and out entertainer right from the titles to the end credits.

Ezhil had signed Vishal to portray the character of Murugan in June 2015. He also held discussions with Keerthi Suresh and Taapsee Pannu for the lead female role, but neither of the two was signed. Finally, NNikki Galrani was signed in to play the lead role and shooting began in September 2015.

Murugan (Vishnu Vishal) is a man Friday to a local MLA  Jacket Janakiraman (Robo Shankar). The MLA is close to a minister of his party who dies after revealing to Jankiraman the secret place where he has stashed his ill-gotten wealth. On the same day, Jankiraman meets with an accident and starts behaving like a ten-year-old child.

It is important for Jankiraman to regain his mental stability. On one hand he has the minister’s greedy brother-in-law (Ravi Maria) breathing down his neck to know the place where the minister has stored his wealth.

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Murugan needs his testimony to prove his lady love Archana that he has not cheated her. Murugan’s close friend Soori cannot marry the girl he loves without the MLA’s help.

Are the problems of Murugan solved? Is the MLA able to get to the ministers wealth? To know the answers, watch ‘Velainu Vandhutta Vellaikaaran.’