Vada Chennai brings back the fantasy combo of Vetrimaran and Dhanush together after ‘Aadukalam’ and ‘Pollathavan’. The initial segment of a Trilogy criminal adventure and the desires are taking off high. Anyway, is the motion picture great? Has it fulfilled the desires? How about we find in this audit.
The film rotates around Anbu (Dhanush) who is a carrom player and he is a joyful person. He generally dreams of being a National level player and he begins to look all starry eyed at Padma (Aishwarya Rajesh). In any case, life changes as Rajan (Ameer) enters his life and his passing causes an adjustment in his life and he turns into a criminal.
Presently, he needs to finish Chandra’s (Andrea) exact retribution mission for the demise of her significant other Rajan. Dhanush is presently compelled to battle against the awful miscreant Samuthirakani. Who rose successful is the thing that the motion picture is about.
Dhanush by and by demonstrates he is a National Award victor. He scores as a youth and a hoodlum later on. His non-verbal communication is effing great. His VadaChennai lingo is so great. Andrea scores high after Dhanush.
She exceeds expectations as the challenging young lady. Ameer is sufficient and his character changes the story. Samuthirakani, Daniel Balaji, Kishore are conveying more zest to the story. The BGM by Santosh Narayanan is truly spine-chilling and it gives a creepy feel and it mitigates amid sentimental bits.
GB Venkatesh altering is flawless and the cinematography is splendid by Velraj. Vetrimaran has demonstrated that he is the ace in composing the screenplay and we are certain he will pack more National Awards this time as well.
Generally, A Perfect Gangster Drama which sets up the tone for continuations!