Velaikkaran Movie Review

By on December 23, 2017

Cast – Sivakarthikeyan, Fahadh Faasil, Nayanthara, Sneha, Prakash Raj,  RJ Balaji, Sathish, Vijay Vasanth, Robo Shankar, Thambi Ramaiah, Rohini, Charle, Ramdoss.

Crew – Cinematography – Ramji, Editor – Ruben, Music – Anirudh Ravichandar, Director – Mohan Raja


The Story happen’s in between April 1st (Fool’s Day) to May 1st (Labour Day). Arivu (Sivakarthiyan) who is an enterprising slum guy wants his people to lead a life with dignity so he set up a community radio in this area to push his people life towards upliftment, but some circumstance forced him to stop his radio then he joins in one of the Indian leading FMCG company as marketing executive. There Arivu meets Adhi (Fahadh Faasil) and looks him as his role model. Some part of time Arivu find out food adulteration proceed by his company, once he realizes this. He decides to change the system.


Raja and his team made is commendable and lifts the film noticeably. Sivakarthikeyan has done a strong and great performance it’s a definitely a new attempt at his career. Fahadh Faasil making his Tamil debut played an impressive role. Anirudh music deserves applause from the audience.


The Length of the film was a little downer. For Nayanthara whose career is on a high but its wondering, the actress should have been utilized better.

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