Vasuvum Saravananum Onna Padichavanga Movie Review

  • Review for the film: "Vasuvum Saravananum Onna Padichavanga"
  • Runtime: 2 Hours 28 Minutes
  • Certificate: U
  • Released: 14-08-2015
  • Genre: Romance, Drama, Comedy
2.7 / 5.0

Plot: The film’s title is too lengthy, but the plot is so simple. It is the story of two childhood friends Vasu (Santhanam) and Sarvanan (Arya), who falls in love with two leading heroines, but ultimately finds out their women are destroyers of their friendships. Does their friendship survives or breaks up? This is the story of the movie.

Well, the film has all kinds of masala, which is perfectly delivered by Santhanam and Arya on the screen. The film has nothing new to offer as a script. This is a film which shows how men can sustain their friendship by cheating their girl friend. The first half of the movie is flow of entertainment, which is beyond tolerable limits, while the second half is gripped with love moments.

Nirav Shah’s cinematography captures the city sequences well. Jackie’s art direction is also good. Music is average, the only song “Luck ah Mattikichu” is quite hummable. Imman’s background score is pleasing, while the song Luck Ah Matikitchu is picturised well on Arya and Santhanam.

In the film, Vasu gets married to Seema (Bhanu), while Sarvanan confesses for love with Aishwarya (Tamannaah Bhatia) and the story gets moving with melodramatic scenes between the couple, who stands against childhood friends. Hence Bhanu is quite convincing in her role as an unreasonable wife, while Tamannaah plays role of stubborn girlfriend. Her character is bridged with comedy and romance. Her role is quite lengthy, but it gives enough scope to Tamannaah to play her role well.

Santhanam again does wonder in the screen with his comedy character. He maintains his character as cool and sarcastic. Actor Vishal enlightens with his cameo appearance. Arya, who jumped into production, tried to be as much as energetic, he could be in his role. This is Arya’s 25th film, which has provided Santhanam in a supportive cast and both the actors look quite convincing.

Director Rajesh wanted to make a light-hearted comedy affair of two friends and he has done fully justice. If you are die-hard fan of Santhanam and Arya, go and watch it. Also, if you want to see a happy ending comedy love story, then this film has done fair impression.