Varisu Movie Review

Varisu Movie Review

Varisu Movie Review

When a billionaire tycoon (Sarath Kumar) finds both his elder sons (Srikanth and Shaam) aren’t going to save his sinking empire, he seeks refuge in his youngest son Vijay (Vijay). When he becomes the official heir to the business, then begins the actual conflict, where Vijay has to tackle the odds within and outside the family.

Every time it becomes a common factor with a Vijay movie. It’s all about his magnetizing screen presence. He nails it down perfectly yet again with this movie. His cuteness keeps gleaming in many places, especially during the comedy sequences, dance and the action will impress his fans. His comedy scenes with Yogi Babu are enjoyable. He steals our attention with dance in Chinna Ponnu and Ranjithame Ranjithame. Rashmika Mandanna does no favour to the film . Her characterization is so cliched that it doesnt add any value to the movie. Sarath Kumar remains a man of few words. Being silent itself adds good intensity to his character. Jayasudha as Vijay’s mother has good screen presence. Prakash Raj, Shaam, Samyuktha and many familiar faces are a part of the star-cast, but they have minimal prominence.

The first half takes off on a slow note. In fact, a lot of scenes look unwanted. In particular, the episodes involving Vijay and Rashmika look too boring and time-worn. The length also get little stretched out. The interval block assures that there could be some engrossing moments in the second half. In contrast, the second hour has too many distractions. The board room scene involving Vijay spoofing his punch dialogues from his hit movies and Vaathi coming song is a delight for his fans. Yes it partially reminds us off Allu Arjun’s Boardroom act in Ala Vaikunthapuramlo. The scene involving Vijay and SJ Suryah is good one.

The art work is ok. The musical by Thaman is good. The BGM is commendable.

On the whole, the first half needs some trimming, the second half has engaging moments that will be enjoyed by family audiences and Vijay fans.

Varisu Movie Review
  • Our Rating
3.3

Summary

VERDICT: THE FIRST HALF HAS LITTLE SLUGGISH MOMENTS, BUT SECOND HALF HAS SATISFYING ELEMENTS FOR BOTH FAMILY AUDIENCES AND FANS.

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