Veerapandiyapuram – Review by Naveen


Raw and rustic 


– Review

There is a long standing enmity between Neikkarapatti president Jaiparaksh family and Sarath family. 
Sarath’s daughter Meenakshi falls in love with Jai and decides to get married to him without her family’s knowledge. 
But at the last minute Jai takes Meenakshi to her father. What happens next, who is Jai? What is the feud between the two parties forms the rest of the story. 
Susienthiran’s village drama is interesting and keeps the audience engaged with the regular commercial elements.
If the screenplay was a little more crisp, the movie would have been more enjoyable. 
Jai comes as a calm village youngster. He scores in the action sequences. 
The actor’s look in Veerapandiyapuram reminds us of his getup in Subramaniyapuram.  
The female leads Meenakshi and Akansha have very limited scope but are impressive in the limited time that they have. 
Bala Saravanan and Kali Venkat give the humour relief in the flick. Rest of the cast have also done their part well.
Jai makes his debut as a music composer with this flick and is impressive. His background score elevates some crucial scenes. 

Rating: 3.5/5

By Naveen

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