Vellaiyilla Patthadhari 2 running successfuly ( Review)
Soundarya Rajnikanth and Dhanush attempt an answer in Velai Illa Pattadhari-2. Raghuvaran (Dhanush), the brilliant engineer from a loving, middle-class family, is now trying to come to terms with married life, and hoping to build on his previous success. It’s lovely to return to the characters whom we have liked in the first film, right from Raghuvaran, his father (Samuthirakani), wife Shalini (Amala Paul), and his colleague Azhagusundaram (Vivekh). Raghuvaran (Dhanush), who is working in Anitha Constructions, is being cornered by a real estate construction big shot Vasundhara Parameshwaran (Kajol) of Vasundhara Constructions. Film with surprise to watch out for! The cat and mouse game between Raghuvaran and Vasundhara is what the film is all about. Amala Paul gets more performance scope than the first part and she has done justice to the character. Samuthirakani who was an affectionate and friendly father of Raghuvaran.
Dhanush’s story and dialogues give immense support to Soundarya’s screenplay and act as a pillar of strength. The biggest strength of VIP was the liveliness of the characters, and that strength is being maintained . The entire fast half, though enjoyable, it is something that we’ve seen already and there is nothing fresh. The background music could have been a lot more impactful and one cannot avoid the feeling of missing Anirudh’s punch in the movie. The film takes a while to get on the right track, as the majority of first half consists of family scenes.The last twenty minutes of the film is a surprising watch and you would not see what you’d have expected. Sean’s songs are good and Iraivanai Thandha Iraiviye is easily the pick of the album. However, the film’s background score is an open debate as you can find both Anirudh’s and Sean’s scores being blended. Sameer’s visuals and GK Prasanna’s cuts are neat and clean.