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Vannathupoochi Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Friday, August 7, 2009 • Tamil ]
Vannathupoochi Review
Mother Arts International
Revathi, Karthick, Sarathkumar, Saya Devi, Ponnur Babu, Dinesh, Mosa, Balasingh, Sri Lakshmi, Siddarth, Madhavi Sharma, Amuthabarathi, Priya, Shivadhanu, Yuvan Suwang, Ramesh, Vimal, Narain, Divya Bharathi
C Azhagappan
C Azhagappan

At a time when filmmakers go behind commercial potboilers, director Rasi Azhagappan has the guts to render a movie that is more relevant for today's world. The need to shower love and affection and spend time with children is the moral of Vannathupoochi. The film is about a young girl, who is yearning and craving for the love and affection of her parents and fights a legal case to stay with her grandfather. The film is not a regular mainstream masala movie but at the same time not so preachy.

Arun (Siddharth) and Chitra (Madhavi Sharma), who work in IT firm, ensure that their child Divyabharathi (Sri Lakshmi) gets good education and gets all comforts.

But the busy parents, concentrate more on their career, and have no time to be with her side and shower kind words. Divya who comes across her paternal grandfather Chinnasamy (Bala Singh) is moved by the love and affection showered on her by him. She mingles with everyone and her real life blossoms.

Arun is shocked when his daughter refuses to come with him from the village after the holidays. For, she gets the love she wanted from her grandfather.

Divya even files a case alleging that she is neglected by her parents and she prefer to stay with her grandfather.

It is a splendid performance by young Sri Lakshmi. She is cool and suave in her performance. So is Bala Singh. Both share a good rapport and it oozes on screen. Newcomers Siddarth and Madhavi Sharma play their parts well. Revathy dons a cameo. Music is adequate. A message well said is Vannthupoochi.

Rating: 0 / 5.0

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