Yenda Thalaila Yenna Vekkala Movie Review

Yenda Thalaila Yenna Vekkala Movie Review Tamil Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Yenda Thalaila Yenna Vekkala"
Runtime: 1 Hour 58 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 23-02-2018
2.5 / 5.0

Yenda Thalaila Yenna Vekkala is the horror comedy film, scripted and directed by Vignesh Karthick. The film is produced by music director “A R Reihana,” Subha Thambi Pillai and Indran Asirwatham. The film features debutant Azhar in the lead role. Sanchita Shetty plays the female lead. Yenda Thalaila Yenna Vekkala has the supporting star cast of Eden Kuriakose, Yogi Babu, Mansoor Ali Khan, Singapore Deepan and Uma Padmanabhan. Besides producing the film, Reihana composed the music too. Vamshidharan Mukundhan is the cinematographer and CS Prem is the editor.

Plot

Azhar is an unemployed youth. While going for an interview, he meets Sanchita and falls for her. Later, he impresses Sanchita and they both are engaged. One day Azhar gets out without oiling his hair. The resultant is that he gets caught by the death god Yama. To be alive, Azhar is given four tasks to be completed. Did he complete the tasks successfully? The answer forms the rest of the story.

Star Performance

Azhar has given a good performance. Deepan comes throughout the film and has done justice to the role given. Yogi Babu gets the appreciation from the audiences with his rib-tickling comedy.

Analysis

Azhar makes his debut in this flick and he is a good choice too. Vignesh Karthik has chosen a different title and a different genre. Yet, he could have concentrated more on executing the films.

What’s There?

  • Yogi Babu’s scenes are the favorite scenes for the audiences; they laugh out loud during Yogi Babu’s screen presence
  • The task scenes are impressive
  • Music and cinematography are decent

What’s Not There?

  • First half of the film tests the patience
  • Execution could have been better

Verdict

Although Karthik has chosen a different genre, if he had concentrated more on executing, the film would have gone to a different level. Yet, the film is a one-time watch!