Vasuvum Saravananum Onna Padichavanga (TAMIL)

vsop-Posters-1Starring: Arya, Tamannah, Santhanam, Vidyulekha and many more
Editing : Vivek Harshan
Music : D Imman
Cinematography: Nirav Shah
Directed by: Rajesh

The comedy combo is back. Rajesh joins hands with Arya and Santhanam after ‘Boss engira Bhaskaran‘, which was a runaway hit. So the usual expectations are there for the film. Adding to this, Arya completes 25 films with this one. So the promotions were full-fledged thus making it a big film for him. This combo rocked in comedy in their previous outing. So lets see what they give this time.

Vasu (Santhanam) and Saravanan (Arya) are friends from childhood who start a mobile shop on their own. Vasu gets married and his wife does not like Saravanan and asks Vasu to cut his friendship. So Vasu thinks if Saravanan also get married, there won’t be any problem. Thus the search for the girl begins and enters Aishwarya (Tamannah). Once Tamannah also starts to ask Saravanan to cut his friendship with Vasu there starts the problem. What the friends do to make their friendship alive forms the rest.

As usual the film moves forward only because of Santhanam and his comedy, thus making him like a near hero of the film. There is no continuous comedy and what is available is just few comedy scenes in bits and pieces. The film has many big stars but the director have not used them effectively. Just one or two scenes for them is utterly wasting of time. Tamannah looks stale like how some comedy is there in the film. Sema Kalaai, Magizhndiru the two comic punches of the film are not effectively used.

Arya and Santhanam plays like the lead of the film. I doubt whether Arya had anything to perform other than following the heroine or leading his friend to the bar whenever there is a chance (almost all the time he had that chance). Tamannah has nothing new to perform and she too has not acted anything. Vidyulekha is surprise element and her family episode is a plus for the film. Banu and Karunakaran have limited scope to perform.

The film’s biggest strength are Nirav Shah’s camera, Imman’s music. Nirav gives a grandeur feel to the film. Imman scores well both in songs as well as in BGM’s. Rajesh thinks that he has gone back to the old comedy days but the comedy has not worked to the fullest. Its time to come up with a story in which comedy can fit in comfortably so that it’s an enjoyable experience. Once again Rajesh has missed the bus but managed to get a cycle, but the path is long to go..!! 🙂


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