Veerapaandiyapuram is scripted and directed by “ Suseenthiran Suseenthiran was born in 1978 and his parents name >> Read More... .” The film has “ Jai Jai is an Indian Tamil actor. He was born on 6th A >> Read More... ,” , Sharath Lohitashwa Though his debut into films industry is because of >> Read More... , Aakanksha Singh Aakanksha Singh is an Indian Television actress an >> Read More... , Bala Saravanan Bala Saravanan is an Indian Tamil cinema actor. He >> Read More... , “ V Jayaprakash V Jayaprakash is a Tamil film actor and producer, >> Read More... ,” Harish Uthaman Harish Uthaman has worked in Tamil, Malayalam and >> Read More... , “ Muthukumar Muthukumar is an Indian actor famous amongst the T >> Read More... ,” Kaali Venkat Kali Venkat hails from a rural village named Kovil >> Read More... , Arjai, “Aruldoss” and Sathru in prominent roles. Jai debuts as a music director. “S. Aishwarya” produced the film. “Velraj R” cranked the camera and Mu Kasi Viswanathan edited the film.
Rathnasamy and Chelladurai are rivals. Rathnasamy’s daughter Venba is in love with Siva, who is an orphan. As she knows about her father, she convinces Siva to marry her, and she is ready to elope with him. When their marriage is about to happen, Siva tells Venba that he will marry her with the blessings of her family and asks her to take him to her dad. Convinced Venba takes him to her dad. Soon, Siva murders Rathnasamy, and Solomon helps him. Why did he murder Rathnasamy? What is the issue between Rathnasamy and Chelladurai? Who is Siva? The rest of the film speaks about these.
Performance-wise all the stars have done a convincing job. Aakanksha is neat and cute with her performance. Meenakshi is okayish. Jayaprakash, Sarath, Kaali, and Bala are good in their respective roles.
The film has nothing new but a regular village subject with a revenge story. There are some flashback sequences with convincing performances. The characters are designed decently. But, the screenplay is the biggest drawback of the film. Certain sequences are not mixed well, and it lacks a grip. The songs are inserted forcibly. However, the BGM works well, and Jai has done decently. The comedy part didn’t work out well. But, Bala Saravanan’s body language and expressions are good as usual. The cinematography is quite okay.
What’s Not There?
If the screenplay had been gripping and the scenes are arranged in proper sequence, the film would have got a better reach. Although the film has a good star cast, it misses getting a place due to the weak screenplay!