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Veerapandiyapuram (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, Release Date & Rating

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Veerapandiyapuram Movie Details

Veerapandiyapuram is a 2022 Indian Tamil-language action drama film written and directed by Suseenthiran and produced by Lendi Studio. The film stars Jai and Meenakshi Govindarajan with a supporting cast including Akanksha Singh, Bala Saravanan, Kaali Venkat, Harish Uthaman, Sharath Lohithaswa and Jayaprakash. The film marked Jai’s debut as a music composer for songs. The film’s background score is composed by Ajesh, with cinematography handled by R. Velraj and editing done by Mu. Kasi Vishwanathan. The film was initially titled as Shiva Shivaa before it changed to Veerapandiyapuram. The film released in theatres on 17 February 2022 to mixed reviews.

Veerapandiyapuram Movie Review

Susienthiran is a director who does not limit himself to a single genre. After delivering a smash commercial entertainment in short succession, he delivers a surprising action thriller. His strategy works part of the time and some of the time it doesn’t. The director has all the required parts and twists for a great rural action drama in his latest outing with Jai, Veerapandiyapuram, but fails to get the combination right.
The film’s setup prepares us for a compelling tale laced with vengeance and sorrow. However, as the film proceeds, the plot deviates in unexpected ways, making it difficult to empathize with the main characters.
Rathnasamy (Sharath Logidas) and Chelladurai (Jayaprakash) are the heads of two opposing factions in Veerapandiyapuram who are waiting for an opportunity to exact revenge on each other. The loss of life in both of their families has fueled animosity between the two groups for years, and despite the intervention of numerous officials, both men are out for blood.

Next, Rathnasamy’s daughter, Venba (Meenakshi Govindharajan), falls head over heels in love with Siva (Jai), who pretends to be an orphan and an entertainer by profession. Venba, knowing her father’s temperament, chooses to elope with Siva and marry him in front of her friends. Her fantasy is shattered when Siva calls off the wedding and begs her to take him to her father. Siva claims that if their love is genuine, her father will be persuaded. When everything appears to be going well, Siva’s underlying objective comes as a surprise. Susienthiran surprises us by murdering Rathnasamy with the help of Solomon, just as we believe Siva’s life is in danger (Kaali Venkat). The second half is all about Siva and what drove him to seek vengeance on Rathnasamy and his three brothers.

Susienthiran’s rural drama would have been a compelling watch if the ingredients had been arranged correctly. However, it appeared as if the screenplay was rushed and the songs were crammed in, disrupting the narrative’s flow. Even with a two-hour running length, we believe a handful of songs and battle sequences in the early half may have been omitted.

Jai makes his debut as a composer with this film, and he does a good job with the background score, which elevates some of the key situations and immerses us in the emotions. However, the writing in the film should have been improved as things get more predictable over time.

We’ve seen flashback sequences with Siva and Yasodha (Aakanksha Singh) in a number of films. Having said that, Yasodha’s portrayal serves a purpose, and Aakanksha does it successfully. Only during the pre-climax scene, particularly during the combat action including the horrible murder of Rathnasamy’s brothers, is the depth of Jai’s pain felt. Though Jai’s previous flicks did not fare well at the box office, his sincere performance in this one may win him back some fans. Bala Saravanan’s one-liners don’t work as well in this film as they did in his last one, Eeswaran, directed by Suseinthiran. He makes his presence known, though, by his genuine performance.

Overall, Veerapandiayapuram may have been a better film if the writing was stronger and the storyline had more depth.

Veerapandiyapuram (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, Release Date & Rating
Veerapandiyapuram (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, Release Date & Rating
Veerapandiyapuram (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, Release Date & Rating
Veerapandiyapuram (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, Release Date & Rating


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