Vetadu Ventadu, which is the dubbed version of Vishal-Trisha starrer Tamil movie Samar, has hit the marquee today. With intelligently structured plot, director Thiru brings in a brand new experience for Telugu viewers. Vishal and Trisha will rock you with their action and glamour.
Vetadu Ventadu is a mystery thriller with a few commercial ingredients and Vishal's amazing performance is the main highlight in the movie. Thiru's screenplay, Yuvan Shankar Raja's soundtracks, Dharan Kumar's background score, Richard M Nathan's cinematography, well-choreographed action and dance sequences, and beautiful locales are its other attractions. Its one big drawback is that it has several plot-holes.
The movie is set in a backdrop of a triangular love story. It is all about a forest-trek guide, who leaves for Bangkok in search of his lady love and gets stuck in a web of bizarre events. The film has intricate plot and racy narration with enough number of surprising twists and turns in the thriller. The director is successful in holding the attention of the viewers throughout the movie.
Shakthi (Vishal) is a forest-trek guide in Ooty and he is in love with Roopa (Sunaina), but she soon parts her way citing compatibility issues. She sends an apology letter for breaking away and a ticket to Bangkok, where she resides now. Being his first trip to a foreign country, Shakthi seeks help from his beautiful co-passenger Maya (Trisha).
Slowly, Shakthi and Maya become friends and he tells her about his lady love. Soon after reaching Bangkok, Shakthi is caught up in a web of deceit when life becomes a reality show staged by two deadly guys John (JD Chakravarthy) and Arunachalam (Manoj Bajpai). What happens next will form the rest of the story.
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