Vanavarayan Vallavarayan is a mass entertainer laced with action and comedy direction by Raja mohan produced by P Pandiayan. The movie has Krishna, Ma Ka Pa Anand and Monal Gajjar in lead roles.
The Vanavarayan Vallavarayan movie set in the backdrop of rural Coimbatore. Thambi Ramaiya, the richest man in the village, his sons Krishna and Ma Ka Pa Anand were unemployed. Krishna used to fall in love with all girls whoever he meets, but his younger MaKaPa is opposite to him that he hates all girls.
They were used to fight with themselves, but they both won't allow anyone to interfere in their matter. Monal Gajjar and Krishna were fall love and MaKaPa helps for their. The Monal's father comes to know about their love and warns Krishna and hereafter starts trouble for both bothers.
Did they solve the problem?. Did Krishna and Monal succeed in their love?. What happened to MaKaPa? to be watched in full screen.
The film, which will feature musical score by Yuvan Shankar Raja, is currently in its production stage. The album features six tracks and will be released on 5 May 2014 at Sathyam Cinemas, Chennai.
Rajmohan made his directorial debut with Kunguma Poovum Konjum Puravum (2009) produced by S. P. B. Charan and soon after release it was announced that Charan would also produce the director's next venture titled Vanavarayanum Vallavarayanum starring the producer himself and Premgi Amaren in the lead roles. However the film failed to progress into production.
Rajmohan announced the film's title was based on the characters played by Rajinikanth and Napoleon in the 1992 film Yejaman
It was announced that Krishna would now portray the lead role TV star Ma Ka Pa Anand was selected to play a second lead role in the film, appearing as Krishna's brother. Monal Gajjar, who has acted in a couple of Kannada and Telugu films, was signed to appear in her first Tamil film after being excited by her role.
Rajamohan's Vanavarayan Vallavarayan talks about two inseparable brothers who are jobless and go around mongering mischief all over town.
VV's recipe is clearly targeted at the rural masses and the cocktail of comedy, familial tiffs and sentiments ought to work with this target group.
Verdict: This comedy drama is likely to work with the rural masses
Vanavarayan Vallavarayan borrows its name from the memorable characters played by Rajinikanth and Napoleon in Ejamaan (1993). Unfortunately, all similarities with that film end with this fact.
Much of the film is dedicated to their twin exploits — picking fights and/or drinking brandy.
Bottomline: Predictable narrative with sexual innuendos that don’t work