Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu 2
Suseenthiran, who made the remarkable ‘Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu’ years ago, has contributed to the core plot of its sequel, which has been directed by Selvasekaran.
Though the idea is similar to the first part, the second part is no match to the original, be it the narration, characters and the love episode.
Saravanan (Vikranth) is an active youngster who has an irresponsible father in the form of Saamy (Pasupathy). One day, Saravanan realises a truth about his dad.
He comes to know that Saamy was actually a very good kabbadi player during his young days. However, he had to vacate his village and stop playing the sport due to some unforeseen circumstances.
Now, Saravanan takes it up as an ambition to restore the lost glory of his father. For that, he helps the local kabaddi team named Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu to emerge victorious in a tournament.
Vikranth has given his best emotions, while Kishore is adequate. But the saving grace of the film is Pasupathy. Music and other technical aspects are okay.
Selvasekaran should have invested more time and energy in the writing. For, script is the major letdown of ‘Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu’, as we don’t attach ourselves much with the characters or the narration. But, some scenes add value.