The rising star Vikram Prabhu is back with Veera Sivaji which is a action comedy directed by newcomer Ganesh Vinayak. The ravishing child artist Shamlii has made her comeback as heroine which adds buzz for the movie. The previous venture of Vikram has showcased the patriotic shades, now the actor is back to his comfort zone. The leading comedians Robo shankar, Yogi Babu and Motta Rajendran are seen in the supporting roles also Marimuthu, VTV Ganesh have portrayed a special cameo appearance. Here comes the full fledged elements of this flick.
A Call taxi driver (Vikram Prabhu) is unfortunately gets trapped in black money case. How the protagonist unravels the problem is the rest of the storyline.
First half is packed with love tracks amidst Vikram and Shamlii which was depicted in usual style but it looked decent. The comical duo Robo shankar and Yogi babu have kindled euphoria mood to the audiences by thier natural performances. After a light hearted narration, plot shifts to serious note at the pre-interval block which was intense and it adds fuel to the furthur proceedings.
The decent intermission is followed by below average second half because of the unwanted tracks alongside below average execution. The derail in the plot gives a tedious mood to the audiences also the momentum in the interval gets altered to havoc condition. Even the comedy elements becomes dull in the second half also weak baddies and less impactful climax injects a average feel. The only highlighting factor is the good message is been conveyed at the end.
The lead cast Vikram and Shamlii have done their part in subtle fashion. The grey shades of Motta Rajendran and John Vijay were apt to the story, Robo Shankar and Yogi are to be appreciated for evoking laughs in first half. The cameo act of few veteran artists were decent.
The plus factors are providing much needed message and awareness to the society. The comedy dose were enjoyable in the first half and the car chasing sequences in the interval portion was intriguing. The demerits are the pathetic execution in entire second half and weak facets of villains in the climax. The message was neat but it portrayed in a less impactful style.
Reviewer – Deepak