Padaiveeran
2D

Padaiveeran

Tamil
ActionDrama
02 Feb, 2018
2 hrs 10 mins
67%
198 votes
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Padaiveeran is the story of a local village youngster who upon wasting most of his youth decides to do something with his life; something that will not demand a lot of effort from him but fetch him a lot of money. He decides to become a Police Man. After a lot of efforts, he becomes one only to realise that he has been posted in his own hometown as part of a local crisis management team following a breakout of violence caused by local issues. The hero is torn between looking out for his people and doing what feels morally right to him. How the issue changes the hero and who becomes victorious in the end forms the climax of Padaiveeran.
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Padaiveeran is set against the backdrop of a village in Theni. It starts with the leaders of two communities giving an assurance to the police inspector that they will not clash any more. After a tiff among them, which lead to the death of two people, both the parties feel that a festival, which is due in the village, should took place for the benefit of everyone there. ...Read full review
Director Dhana an erstwhile associate of Mani Ratnam has made a strong debut with most of his scenes making an impact on the viewer. Singer Vijay Yesudas made his acting debut as a villain in Dhanush`s `Maari` and in his very next film has donned the role of a hero with multiple shades in `Padai Veeran which could well turn out to be a breakthrough in his career. ...Read full review
For a while, I wasnt sure if I was watching Padaiveeran or Paruthiveeran. Muneeswaran (Vijay Yesudas) could well have been Paruthiveeran, given his predilection for being unproductive. Hes violent, isnt against stealing, and is thoroughly insensitive to boot. He even gets a romanticised introduction scene well, almost till director Dhana pulls his heroism back. And thats when you first spot a glimpse of the promise of this film. ...Read full review
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