Vaazhl Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Shelly Calist
- Raymond Derrick Crasta
- Arun Prabu
- The script is good, and the performances of the stars are impressive
- The movie is technically brilliant
- The narration and screenplay could have been a little better
Vaazhl is scripted and directed by Arun Prabhu Purushothaman. “Sivakarthikeyan” produced the film in association with Madhuram Pictures. TJ Bhanu, Pradeep Antony, Diwa Dhawan, and Aahrav are cast to play important roles. The music composition is by Pradeep Kumar. Shelley Calist cranked the camera. Raymond Derrick Crasta edited the film.
Prakash is an IT guy who struggles to socialize with people and gets issues with his girlfriend. The situation makes him share a good bonding with two people whom he started liking at his first meet. What changes his life and how he understands life’s flow are dealt with throughout the story.
Pradeep Antony did a fantastic job. Aahrav, TJ Bhanu, and Diva Dhawan receive appreciation for their performances. They didn’t seem to be the debut actors.
Arun Prabhu Purushothaman comes with yet another different concept. His way of narration doesn’t differ from that of his debut film, “Aruvi.” He makes the characters narrate and brings in a new style of narration. The characters are designed with meaning. The artists are picked well and placed in the right characters. However, there is a slight lag in the narration. The screenplay could have been crisper. The cinematography is excellent, and the lighting setup and the color shades match the story's mood, especially the visuals in the climax portions are impressive. Editing is perfect. Coming to the music, Pradeep’s BGM is good and fits the script path well.
What’s Not There?
Kudos to Sivakarthikeyan for encouraging the talents and bringing in new genres. With a different script, performance, and narrating style, Vaazhl is a movie that comes with a no-regret tag to watch!