Veeramae Vaagai Soodum Movie Review – Veeramai Vagai Soodam (Translation. Only Bravery Wears The Crown) is an upcoming Indian Tamil-language action thriller film written and directed by Thu Pa Saravanan and produced by Vishal under the banner of Vishal Film Factory. The film stars Vishal and Dimple Hayati in lead roles.
The film was scheduled to release in theaters on 26 January 2022, but was postponed to 4 February 2022. The film also marks actor and director R N R Manohar’s final film appearance before his death on 17 November 2021.
Veeramae Vaagai Soodum Movie Story
As we recently reported that Vishal’s upcoming film ‘Veereme Vagai Soodam’ is slated to release in February, the makers have officially announced that the Thu Pa Saravanan directorial will hit the screens on February 4, 2022. Will come
As we anticipated, this announcement has been made in lieu of the Tamil Nadu government ending the night curfew on Sunday and announcing a total lockdown. The film, starring Vishal and Dimple Hayati in lead roles, is about an ordinary man from a middle-class family who questions the authorities for misusing his powers.
While the film was earlier planned to hit the screens on January 26, 2022, the release got postponed due to the COVID-19 situation. ‘Veerme Vagai Soodam’ will be the first major film to hit the screens after the third wave of the pandemic. ,
The film is releasing in two languages namely ‘Veerme Vagai Soodam’ in Tamil and ‘Samanyudu’ in Telugu. Produced by Vishal’s own firm Vishal Film Factory, the film is the story of a common man’s capture of power. While Yuvan Shankar Raja has composed the music for the film, the technical team consists of N.B. Cinematography by Srikanth, Kavin Raj and S.S. Art direction by Murthy.
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Veeramae Vaagai Soodum Review
Veerame Vagai Soodham (VVS) begins with a prologue that intervenes in the middle of three events. A gang is on its way to bring punishment to a man whom they have kidnapped. The other two include a group of youths and some petty criminals waiting for someone. The highlight of the film is how director Thu Pa Saravanan lets these three tracks unfold together and eventually brings them together.
But before that, we are introduced to Porus (Vishal, Enough), who is waiting to join the police force, and his family – his father (Marimuthu, playing a softer character for a change), a the lowly constable, who follows only the orders of the superior; his mother (Tulsi, in a regular role), a typical middle-class housewife; and his college-going sister Dwarka (Raveena Ravi, poignant). Then, there is his friend (Yogi Babu) and girlfriend Maithili (Dimple Hayati, OKish), a bank employee. Dwarka is being harassed by Guna, the brother of a local miscreant, and the conflict reaches a point where the girl attempts suicide.
Meanwhile, we get two subplots. One involves Perisutham (Elango Kumaravel, Impressed), fighting a lone battle against a factory owned by Nedunchezhiyan (Baburaj, Bhari),
A wealthy gangster-type hoping to enter politics, corrupting his village. Then, there’s Divya, who has to stop four boys with powerful links in college who have shot a porn video of her.
All three tracks escalate to a point where the villains in each are humiliated and eager to hit back. But then, a mix-up happens and Dwarka becomes an unfortunate victim.
With hardly any clues as to who may have harmed him, can Porus trace the people responsible for his death, especially as the killer is fast tying the ends?
Plot-wise, VVS is in the field of recent mega-films like Irumbu Thirai and Chakra – a normal person who has to find out the identity of a criminal who is as smart as him. In place of cyber crime and robbery from previous movies, we have a corrupt industrialist and gangster. And as in those movies, the protagonist pursues them for personal reasons. It is not as effective as Irumbu Thirai, but is definitely an improvement on the chakra. The way Saravanan escalates the tension in all three tracks keeps us hooked. And in the second part, the film becomes a game of cat and mouse, with both the protagonist and the antagonist trying to outdo each other.
VVS certainly remains entangled as long as it sticks to this core plot. There is suspense and thrill and we are emotionally invested as well as Saravanan manages to set up Porus’ family for reassurance. So we feel like we are witnessing a powerful action drama.
Veeramae Vaagai Soodum Cast
- Dimple Hayathi
- Yogi Babu
- G. Marimuthu
- VIS Jayapalan
- Akilan S. Pushparaj
- RNR Manohar
- Elango Kumaravel
- Raveena Ravi
- Kavitha Bharathi
Veeramae Vaagai Soodum release date
The film is scheduled to release in cinemas on 4 February 2022, with its dubbed versions in Telugu and Kannada titled Samanudu and Obba respectively and in Malayalam and Hindi under the same title.
The satellite rights were sold to Zee Tamil, Zee Thirai and Zee Telugu and Zee Cinemalu (Telugu Version), Zee Keralam (Malayalam Version), Zee Kannada and Zee Pitcher (Kannada Version), Zee TV and Zee Cinema (Hindi Version) and Streaming .
The rights were sold to Zee5 as Tamil with its dubbed versions in Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam and Kannada.
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