Velaiyilla Pattathari
A young man decides to stand up for what he believes in.
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Velaiyilla Pattathari

Tamil
ActionDrama
14 Jul, 2014
2 hrs 15 mins
74%
393 votes
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CRITICS RATING
5 303
4 58
3 14
2 8
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4.3
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The film focuses on Raghuvaran, a graduate who is unemployed for four years, and how he gets a job, whilst successfully overcoming various obstacles before and after finding employment.
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A jobless and reduntant Dhanush, an affable Amala Paul as his girl next door, a doting and highly affectionate Sarvanya Ponvanna as mother, an ever ranting father and a hapless amitesas villain- ther you have a quintessential plot for an entertaining dhanush film ...Read full review
Velai Illa Pattathari, an action comedy is superstar Dhanush`s 25th movie. The movie is directed by debutante Velraj, who is known as one of the most accomplished cinematographers, he even won the Filmfare award for his cinematography in Dhanush`s 2011 hit Aadukalam . Dhanush has also turned producer for the venture, while director Velraj has written script of the movie.Amala Paul is cast in the role of leading lady opposite Dhanush in the movie. Vivek, Samuthirakani and Saranya Ponvannan will be seen in supporting roles. The music is composed by Anirudh Ravichander , the composer of the superhit song Kolavari, sung by Dhanush. Now, let us take a look at the story and the movie review. ...Read full review
Dhanush`s 25th film, Velai Illa Pattathari, hits the screens today amid much fanfare and pre-release hype. As the title says, VIP is about a jobless engineering graduate Raghuvaran (Dhanush) who is waiting for his big break in his preferred civil engineering space. He is ridiculed by his dad for being a loser while his younger brother rises fast in the IT space. We also have his loving mom who is his pillar of support and the neighborhood girl friend who falls for him.Till about the interval point, VIP majorly focuses on Raghuvaran`s relationship with the aforementioned characters. And inevitably, we have the underdog slowly earning his stripes after a long and patient wait, and there are the quintessential villains too, who look to cut short his surge forward. ...Read full review

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