Vella Illa Pattadhari 2
Directed by: Soundarya Rajinikanth
Produced by: Kalaipuli S.Thanu & Dhanush
Music by: Sean Roldan
Cast: Dhanush, Kajol, Saranya, Amala Paul, Samuthirakanni, Vivek, Monal Gajjar, Hrishikesh and Mobile Murugan.
VIP 2 is now back with a bang! It entertains us more than expected and that, believe it or not, is its biggest strength. Now, have you ever come across such a superb, fiery, energetic nostalgic character such as Raghuvaran B. E? Raghuvaran @ VIP makes his impressive move as one of the best engineers in this promising yet entertaining movie. He is depicted as the main prominent character in the movie. Apart from succeeding as a film producer, Dhanush ( Raghuvaran B.E) kills us with his enigma, humour and style as a brilliant actor. In the first half, you could see the villain’s entry in an award function for engineers all over the country. Vasundhara’s role played by Kajol is meant to be. She delivers with pitch perfection as one of the big bosses of a famous leading engineering company in India. As a heinous villain, she marks a lasting impression on audiences’ hearts with her great wits as the greatest tycoon in the engineering industry. She becomes instantly famous as she receives an accolade as the owner of the number one engineering company ruling India while to her big surprise, Raghuvaran was awarded the best engineer. A series of events begins to unravel as Raghuvaran struggles to become a good husband as well as a sought after engineer for the biggest architecture projects in the country. His efforts are ruined and impeded by his rivalry; a top notch of the game, Vasundhara. The movie does have wonderful dialogues and mass scenes by the actor himself. The action scenes are intriguing yet appealing to one’s eye.The theme song has remained a favourite for the younger generation as well as the romantic song wherein Amala and Raghu find themselves wrapped in wonders of joy again. What seems really riveting is how he battles Vasundhara with his wits and quick words even during his state of unemployment. He works himself towards a good career, for his buddies and himself by opening an engineering company. Even though he is the owner, a few events will take place and he will lose the company to his opponent in just a split second. Raghuvaran doesn’t give in yet. In one of the mass scenes, he mentions to Kajol, “I rather be a cat’s head rather than a lion’s tail.
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The movie will have a lot to teach you rather than just watching punch lines delivered by a heroic star. The movie is actually tied to a subject of struggle and independence to think freely and becoming a successful leader than a follower. It ends with bits and pieces of humour from Raghu’s co-worker Vivek and his mother’s spirit appearing in one or two scenes inspiring him to do the best. What is the best from VIP 2? Apart from the heroic fighting scenes, you can find a universal hero for the Indian unemployed graduates and the irresistible yet unpredictable villain Vasundhara, like icing on top of a delicious cake.