Varutha Padatha Valibar Sangam directed by Ponram and music by D. Imman of Kumki released on September 6. Way2movies exclusively presents Varutha Padatha Valibar Sangam Movie Review Starring Siva Karthikeyan, Sri Divya and Sathyaraj in the lead roles.
Varathapadatha Valibar Sangam starts with the serious intro of Village head Sivanandi (Sathyaraj), a man who dies for prestige. Bose Pandi (Siva Karthikeyan) and Latha Pandi (Sri Divya) falls for each other and with the routine comedy tracks of Soori, here comes a twist in the tale. As the story progresses, police battalion comes to investigate Sivanandi that ends up unlocking the twist. Watch the movie for climax…
Siva Karthikeyan is at his best in the boy next door role as ever. Tamil RJ turn actor has improved his dancing skills. His comic sequences with Soori are good but couldn’t bring the house down. The frames where the duo becomes founders of Sangam went well through audiences. Soori’s all time one-liners’ didn’t work big time for Varathapadatha Valibar Sangam.
Sri Divya looks young and did her parts well, could have done still better. Short, but Bindu Madhavi’s cameo as school teacher is able-bodied.
Sathyaraj has carried Varatha Padatha Valibar Sangam on his shoulders, with his hilarious yet serious act and especially climax is feast.
Director Ponram has excelled in sticking the audiences to seats while the script is not so outstanding for comedy capers, screenplay and characterization were at best. M. Rajesh’s dialogues lifted the movie to next level.
Though D. Imman’s audio went viral through music lovers, filming and placement of tracks were bit tedious. Ootha colour Ribbon and Paakathey Paakathey looks colorful.
Balasubramaniem’s cinematography is one more plus to the movie that helped film look more pleasing and feel good on screen experience.
Vivek Harshan’s editing works are according, while narration appears to be dragging at places.
Starting and ending of Varathapadatha Valibar Sangam, 15mins each in particular are enthralling and make audiences stick to the chairs, for which director Ponram needs a tap, while in the remaining time he just engaged audiences with comedy that didn't touch audiences’ chord in the right level.
Varathapadatha Valibar Sangam is out and out Sathyaraj’s film. The veteran has managed to bond viewers with his comic expressions, prestige mix police investigation scenes came out really well and climax is hilarious upshot.
Balasubramaniam’s camera works are worth watching. Last but not least, scenes like Siva karthikeyan’s fancy costume for Bindu Madhavi and water pipe scene in the second half are good.
No sentiments, no drama, only entertainment…