Veera Sivaji Movie Review

Vikram Prabhu is a call taxi driver in Puducherry. Though he is an orphan, Vinodhini looks after him as her own brother.

Vinodhini’s daughter is diagnosed with a tumour in her brain for which the operation would cost Rs 25 lakh. Vikram sells his car for the treatment but manages to get only Rs five lakh.

Soon he meets Yogi Babu and Robo Shankar (Ramesh-Suresh) who take him to John Vijay who promises to give more money. Being lured by John Vijay, Vikram loses the Rs five lakh.

Was Vikram able to find the gang, did the operation happen forms the rest of the story.

Even as a cab driver, Vikram looks colourful and has improved as an actor, but still struggles when it comes to romance. However he scores well in action scenes and in maintaining the tempo.

Shamili who makes her debut as heroine has little scope to showcase her talent and comes just as the love interest of the hero. She plays the role of a Vijay fan in the movie.

Humour scenes with Robo Shankar and Yogi Babu and action sequences are highlights. John Vijay and Rajendran have done what they do the best and have done justice to their character.

The movie gains speed before the interval, kudos to director Ganesh Vinayak for that. However, he seems to have lost track of how to end the flick.

Songs by D Imman are foot tapping, especially the Soppana Sundari number. BGM comes a little advance than the scenes.

With no other film releasing for the weekend, Veera Sivaji will entertain the audience.

Rating: 3/5 – Brave brother

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