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Veera Vamsam is an Action Tamil film starring Anitha and Selva in leading roles. The cast also includes Bonda Mani and Radha Ravi. This film is directed by Bhagavathi Bala and the music director is Goodluck Ravi.
Radharavi, Vaagai Chandrasekhar, and Nizhalgal Ravi are the heads of a village in the southern part of Tamil Nadu. The village conducts goat fighting sport every year and the trio oversees the formalities of the festival. They take it as a matter of pride to win in the goat fighting event. A goat fight between Radharavi and Vagaai Chandrasekhar’s are scheduled as a must in the event where Chandrasekhar’s goat emerges triumphant. On the lines of humiliation, taking the loss too personally, Radharavi commits suicide.
Soon a riot takes place in the village and Nizhalgal is killed. Fearing the safety of her son, Seetha, his wife takes her son and leaves the village. The story moves after 18 years. The town has become a drought, and the temple is closed. These temple festivals don’t stop from being held: they are celebrated for 18 years. The village elders come forward to celebrate the temple festival because the temple does not celebrate the drought. Will they get permission to open the temple or get denied? Watch the film to find out.
The film wasn’t given enough positive responses and was not a success after all. This film was released on 19 July 2017 and as per public reviews could not reach the heart of the viewers.
Star Performance :
Vishukkara has attracted everyone by his aggressive acting career. After a long break, you can see the old sculptural shape again. Seetha is shining as a lovely mother. Since the first film of the hero Selva, she could not expect much of her performance. However, he has acted in favor of his role. The heroine Anitha is also less likely to act. She has failed to prove her talents, though some scenes are appreciable.
1. Director Bhagavathi Bala has laid focus on a certain section of the society and its traditions.
2. Apart from contributing on the directing, Bhagavathi Bala has also taken charge of the cinematographic front.
What’s not there?
1. Although the director has tried to showcase the society’s glorious aspects, there are many moments that make take a back seat.
2. Leaving us completely confused, there are a lot of unnecessary scenes in the plot.
If you want to watch a film that showcases the glimpse of a village sport, then Veera Vamsam is the choice, or there are other options because in short Veera Vamsam lacks depth.
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