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Vadakkupatti Ramasamy Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Friday, February 2, 2024 • தமிழ் ]
Vadakkupatti Ramasamy Review
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Cast:
Santhanam, Megha Akash, Nizhalgal Ravi, M.S. Bhaskar, Maaran, Tamil, Naan Kadavul Rajendran, John Vijay, Ravi Mariya, Seshu, Suresh, Prasanth.
Direction:
Karthik Yogi
Production:
T.G.Vishwa Prasad
Music:
Sean Roldan

Vadakkupatti Ramasamy Review: Santhanam Shines in Lighthearted Comedy Exploring Faith & Deceit

Santhanam's latest film, "Vadakkupatti Ramasamy," directed by Karthik Yogi, is a delightful comedy that captivates audiences from start to finish. The plot is refreshingly unique, featuring genuinely funny and non-offensive jokes, coupled with a well-structured storyline that adds up to a meaningful message about respecting religious beliefs.

In this production, with Karthik Yogi as the director, Santhanam leads the group in a funny story with help from Megha Akash. Ramaswamy is a young potter in a superstitious town who is trying to get out of poverty. The movie is about him. He takes advantage of the villagers' desire for divine gifts by building a temple and using their faith to get what he wants. But when a dishonest Tashildar shows up, he puts Ramaswamy to the test, starting an exciting story of betrayal and forgiveness.

Santhanam's performance as Ramaswamy reminds us of how funny he used to be, with smart one-liners and sharp replies. The group of comedians, which includes Nizhalgal Ravi, Lollu Saba Maaran , Seshu, Cool Suresh, Ravi Maria, and John Vijay, all add to the fun and laughs. Megha Akash really shines in her important part as Dr. Kayal Vizhi.

The movie definitely has its own unique funny bone amidst the quirky sense of humour and an interesting story that has great potential in it. Madras-Eye is something new that the script tries to connect the different people and situations through. However, humour is all over the place; some parts of it laugh out loud while others don't. The way the story has been presented in the movie tries to be thrilling, but there are things that could have been done better. Even though the setups are fun, the conclusion feels rushed and doesn't wrap up subplots or character arcs well enough.

Santhanam's rural makeover, Megha Akash's significant role, and the supporting cast enhance the overall cinematic experience. Sean Roldan's music complements the visuals by Cinematographer Deepak, edited by Shiva Nandeeswaran, and director Karthik Yogi's thoughtful writing stands out. 

"Vadakkupatti Ramasamy" marks a successful return for Santhanam in the realm of carefree comedy which gives audiences a laughter-filled 2.5-hour experience. Karthik Yogi's direction and writing contribute to the film's entertainment value, making it a must-watch for those seeking an enjoyable and light-hearted film.

Verdict: Santhanam returns with hilarious cons and clever storytelling in "Vadakkupatti Ramasamy," a feel-good comedy with a touch of depth

Rating: 3 / 5.0

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