Varutha Padatha Valibar Sangam Review
Sivakarthikeyan will be seen for the third time on screen this year, 2013 with Varutha Padatha Valibar Sangam. The movie, which got released today is gaining a positive response from the audience. So the actor Sivakarthikeyan is likely to score hattrick in Tamil industry in the same year. The actor's earlier release Kedi Billa Killadi Ranga and Ethir Neechal also gained the positive response and was declared as a super hit in Box Office.
As title says Varutha Padatha Valibar Sangam, is a story of careless youths, who are always involved in tug of war with the senior citizens of the village. The youth team is headed by Bose (Sivakarthikeyan) and elders group by Sivanandi (Sathyaraj); both these teams always clash. During these conflicts, Bose falls in love with Lathapandi (Sridivya)...
Siva Karthikeyan is a brand no doubt! Stepping into the league of biggies the actor faces the heat of sustaining tests and VVS will be it. Counting heavily on the quirky title of "Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam", the movie primarily rides on the shoulders of Sathyaraj, Siva Karthikeyan and Soori. Siva is almost following the footsteps of yester year irony king Sathyaraj and seeing them together is a healthy sign for Kollywood.
That said Ponram's staircase of VVS leads up to a climax that is worth the watch. As a whole it would appear as an average comedy movie, with occasional amusement.
Verdict : Sporadic tickles and giggles, yet a good entertainer!
After impressing audiences as the simple and sweet guy next door, Siva Karthikeyan is back with yet another uncomplicated tale of comedy and rural romance in Ponram’s Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam (VVS). The presence of Sathyaraj is a major push to the movie while Siva’s regular partner-in-crime Soori is present here too.
VVS talks about the love between 2 Pandis, Bose Pandi and Latha Pandi. While Bose is a carefree but spirited young man who doubles up as the leader of a local ‘Sangam’, Latha is the daughter of the village’s head honcho, Sivanandi.
There is no place for sentiments or melodrama here, as ‘take it easy’ entertainment seems to be the team’s only motto. Worth a watch.