Viruman movie review: A Decent rural action family drama, a family entertainer for all the South Indian fans out there- Viruman, has been released in theatres today. While the cast of the film includes, Karthi, Prakash Raj, Aditi Shankar, Raj Kiran and Saranya Ponvannan. And is further created and directed by Muthaiya.
Meanwhile till now, the film has been getting mixed responses from the critics.
Viruman played by Karthi , hates his father (played by Prakash Raj) for being responsible for his mother’s suicide. And in a rage to take revenge of his mother’s death, Viruman vows to kill his father from a young age. One such incident lands young Viruman in court, which instructs his uncle to take over his custody. Viruman grows up into a fine young man but his hatred towards his father remains
The same and he
Further looks for opportunities to teach his father a lesson. The rest of the story is about how Viruman wins over his three elder brothers and takes revenge from his father.
The Plus Points
As Viruman is directed by M. Muthaiya, as always it’s expected to be full of people and packed with entertainment. While if we talk about the first half, then all the characters have rightly packaged the film with an emotional undercurrent. The hero looks like a fire & also proves his acting power in emotionally charged scenes.
While the 2nd half is about how our unbeatable hero unites his family.
Has that emotional connection and is a good mass entertainer. The promising debut by Aditi Shankar is definitely a high point. While it’s decent, simple, filled with in-between comedy elements and a perfect family entertainer.
Well, Viruman is very predictable. You just know it to what’s going to happen next. There is no over the top or out of the box element added in the film. The story and writing is just average.
But then again, it’s a full-on package and the film does achieve that milestone, in entertaining the audience. And not to forget, you would love to watch it during the festive season (For Sure!)