Velle Movie Review

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  • Review for the film: "Velle"
  • Runtime: 2 Hours 04 Minutes
  • Certificate: U
  • Released: 10-12-2021
  • Genre: Comedy, Crime
2.5 / 5.0

Velle is scripted and directed by Deven Munjal. Abhay Deol, Karan Deol, Mouni Roy, Anya Singh, Visshesh Tiwari, Zakir Hussain, and Savant Singh Premi are cast. Anshul Chobey handled the camera. Rochak Kohli and Sohail Sen composed the music. Abhishek Nama produced the film. Velle is the remake of the hit Telugu film “Brochevarevarura.”


Rahul, Rambo, and Raju are friends and notorious backbenchers in school. They befriend Riya, the daughter of their school principal, Radhe Shyam. Riya is not interested in academics but interested in dance and arts. But, her father wants her to shine in her studies. She decides to prove her worth to her father and plans a kidnapping drama with her friends, Rahul, Rambo, and Raju. Meanwhile, Rohini, a film star, accepts a meeting with Rishi Singh, a budding director, for a new script. What happens when the kidnap drama goes real with some other criminals? What if the friends, actress, and director’s life has some connection with the same abductors? The rest of the film deals with these.

Star Performance

Abhay Deol has done an excellent job. He fits well in the role, and his expressions are fantastic. Mouni Roy doesn’t have big to do, but she impresses with her big-screen appearance. Karan Deol, Anya Singh, Savant Singh Premi, Visshesh Tiwari, Zakir Hussain, and Mahesh Thakur have done a decent job.


The end of the first half sets up the story with some exciting elements, and the second half is the one that has all the entertainment. Abhay Deol is the perfect choice for his role, and he proved that he could pull any role with ease. The screenplay is quick-paced, and the film is remade with some alterations to match the Bollywood sensibilities. The direction is good, and the cinematography is quite decent. The visuals are impressive.

What’s There?

  • The performances of the stars are good
  • The second half is interesting

What’s Not There?

  • The first half should have been better


If the first half had been made better like the latter half, the movie would have gotten a better reach. Yet, it is watchable once for the performance!