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Ippadai Vellum

Ippadai Vellum

09 Nov, 2017
2 hrs 19 mins
2,004 votes
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Ippadai Vellum is a Tamil movie starring Udhayanidhi Stalin and Manjima Mohan in prominent roles. The cast also includes Soori, Daniel Balaji, Raadhika Sarathkumar and R. K. Suresh. It is a drama directed by Gaurav Narayanan with D. Imman as the music director and K L Praveen as the editor, forming part of the crew.

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Verdict: A punny yet serious, action-thriller movie with an engaging storyline. WHAT'S IPPADAI VELLUM ABOUT: It`s a story of two men who are wrongly arrested as being the henchmen for one of the most wanted Indian terrorist called Chotta (Daniel Balaji). The movie kicks off with a chase scene where Madhusudhanan (Udhayanidhi Stalin) is trying []... ...Read full review
Ippadai Vellum begins by introducing its antagonist with a lengthy shot that seems to be patched together as a single shot. We begin with a low-angle shot of a prison, a car enters neatly pushing offscreen the on-screen text that gives us the place and date. ...Read full review
Helmed by Gaurav Narayanan, Ippadai Vellum stars Udhayanidhi Stalin, Manjima Mohan, Daniel Balaji and Soori among others. Produced by Lyca, the film has music by D Imman. The film works as it is predominantly smart in its treatment of commercial elements. ...Read full review
Madhusudhanan (Udhayanidhi Stalin) and Kuzhandai Vel (Soori) fall prey in the Police mission of trapping a most wanted terrorist Chotta (Daniel Balaji). How do they unknowingly fall into this, and how do the duo come out of this safely is what `Ippadai Vellum` talks about. ...Read full review
Director Gaurav Narayanan is known for his thriller screenplays involving technological crimes and in `Ippadai Vellum` he joins hands with romantic comedy hero Udayanidhi Stalin and manages to deliver an implausible but racy film that is engaging in most parts. ...Read full review
Ippadai Vellum justifies from the very first frame that a commercial flick if appropriately made with the right intentions can make the audiences think. ...Read full review
Udhayanidhi Stalin is back on screen with Ippadai Vellum and this time he has tried to break away from the typical rom-com films he has done. The movie introduces us first to Chotta Raj (Daniel Balaji), a terrorist who is a specialist in making bombs. ...Read full review