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Vada Chennai Movie Review


So much of anticipations propelled from the phase of 3 years and finally Vetrimaaran-Dhanush duo’s Vada Chennai arrives in style. There are lots of things that could be emphasized on its pros and cons paradigms. Let us have a look into the well analyzed review of Vada Chennai from Friday Cinemaa.

The story is about the coming of age of an ordinary boy named Anbu (Dhanush), whose life takes a turn after being bounced upon some of the roughnecks in the North Chennai, who have been rolling across 3 decades.

As the title suggests, yes, it’s a complete out and out film set against the North Chennai, where Vetrimaaran has done a whole lot of detailing, especially, the life inside prison deserves a huge appreciation for giving an impeccable piece of research and detailing. The next that distinctly gains our attention is the art work by Jackie, which is literally amazing, especially the minute detailing that he has given throughout the film. Santhosh Narayanan’s background score and songs are just average, where audience try to give their applause and whistles, but soon get silenced due to the lack of peppiness, but the BGM in the second half is stunningly done.

As with the performances, everyone has breathed their heart and soul into the film. Every actor has just drawn themselves completely into the roles. The performance of Dhanush as Anbu is phenomenally extraordinary. Well, such roles are like cakewalks to this man and he has done it splendidly. The next to achieve our attention is none other than filmmaker-actor Ameer. Although, his role is limited to extended cameo, he stands out to be on par with Dhanush. Andrea Jeremiah is colossal and her characterization stands out to be more powerful than anyone out here. Daniel Balaji as a man, who holds so much of pain and pathos, but still unexpressed, Samuthirakani, Pawan and Kishore as terrorizing gangsters have given their best spell till the date.

On the flip side, as the censor certification claims ‘A’, it indeed becomes an inappropriate film for family audience for elements like profanity and overdose of violence.

Verdict : Vada Chennai has power-packed performances and powerful characters, but at times is overdosed with profanity and violence.

Rating: 3/5

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