Veera Movie Review

Kreshna and his friend Karunakaran aim to become the leaders of a Mandram in their locality. These mandrams are places where gangsters plot their evil acts.

In order to achieve their dream they approach Radha Ravi, a former don who later became a godman. Radha Ravi who initially refuses to train them finally accepts.

After this Kreshna gets caught in a puzzle which involves Kumar who has an eye for Boxer Rajendran’s daughter. How Kreshna manages to solve the puzzle forms the rest of the story.

Kreshna off late has been very peculiar in choosing his scripts and Veera is no exception. He has nailed his character and has lived as a youngster from North Chennai. The movie does not glorify the hero and instead concentrates on the story.

Success of the movie lies in the way in which director Rajaram has sketched out the characters. Every character in the movie including Mottai Rajendran and Karunakaran leaves an impact on the audience.

The filmmaker has also ensured that the story is authentic and the level of detailing and research work done for the flick is clearly visible in every frame.

There are a few flaws in the movie that can be ignored considering the content. Veera is another movie which shows life of people in North Chennai in a different view
Rating: 2/5 – Packed with a punch