Cast: Vishal, Arya, Madhu Shalini, Janani Iyer, Ambika, Prabha, Surya (in guest appearance), G M Kumar, Vignesh, and others
Dialogues: Shashank Vennelakanti
Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Lyrics: Chandrabose, Ananta Sriram, Vennelakanti
Cinematography: Arthur Wilson
Editing: Suresh Urs
Produced by: Vikram Krishna
Directed by: Bala
Release date: June 17, 2011
watched Theater : Shiva,Guntur.
Rating: 2.25 / 5Arya and Vishal New Film Vaadu Veedu Movie Review:
This time Director Bala Was Failed To Convince the Audience by his new film, Vishal and Arya had Great expectation on this film it seems to be a Dissapointed one.
A petty thief Dhandaal Swamy (Arya) and his half-brother Walter (Vishal) don’t gel well with each other, in fact, they are always at each other’s throat. But both of them have high regard towards an erstwhile Jamindar Highness (G M Kumar). Squint-eyed Walter aspires to become an artiste and does stage plays and road shows to fulfill his artistic thirst. He develops soft corner towards a lady constable Baby (Janani Iyer) and while Dhandaal Swamy falls for the charms of a student (Madhu Shalini). One day, Highness stops a cattle smuggler (RK) and calls the police. That cattle smuggler takes revenge which leads into a bloody climax.
The film belongs to Vishal completely for his impeccable performance and his intense act, he was too good. Arya was quite toned down in this and he clicked wherever required. G M Kumar was excellent, Janani Iyer was natural, Madhu Shalini looked innocent and made her presence felt. Vignesh was apt. Ambica and Prabha were upto the mark. The character doing the villain’s role was okay.
Technical and Other Departments:
The director has come up with a variety storyline and while the presentation was great, the narrative was capturing. The dialogues were rural, the script was average but the screenplay was gripping. Background score was excellent but only two songs were good. Cinematography was top notch. Editing was required during critical situations. Costumes were realistic while the art department was awesome.
The film happens to be the dubbed version of the Tamil movie Avan Ivan and despite that, there is no feel of a dubbed flick. While the first half goes about mildly with few elements of comedy and romance, the real tempo picks up during the second half and there is drama, intensity and action. Overall, this is a film which is good in technical values and narration but suffers badly due to lack of proper storyline and content. At the box office, this may not strike success due to its genre and it has potential to shine at film festivals and art flick circuits.
Its a Different Film and offbeat, not for regular audience