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Veeram is a treat for Ajith fans!

January 10, 2014

After the huge success of Aarambam, expectations were sky-high for the Ajith starrer Veeram. Directed by Siva, who gave the commercially successful Siruthai in 2011, the film is produced by Vijaya Productions, the prestigious banner of the late producer B. Nagi Reddy.

Set in a rural backdrop, Veeram is a slow-paced family drama that revolves around Vinayagam -Ajith and his four brothers Vidharth, Bala, Munish and Suhail Chandhok. All of them are known to be extremely violent and get into fights at the slightest provocation.

Vinayagam has brought up his brothers single-handed and is determined to stay unmarried as he fears that bringing a woman into the house will disrupt the family and cause a rift among the brothers.

The brothers, however, have other plans. Two of them are already in love and believe that the only way to make Vinayagam approve would be to make him fall in love, too.

On a mission to find an ideal match for their brother, they zero in on Kopperundevi (Tamannaah), who is part of a group that restores old statues in temples.

Along with Santhanam, who is their lawyer and friend, they devise several plans to bring Vinayagam and Kopperundevi together. After a few hiccups, the two do fall in love, but now there is a decided twist in the story.

Will it be Vinayagam’s violent past that destroys his chance at happiness or will Kopperundevi and her family’s past come to haunt them? All this in the second half that seems to be just as slow as the first.

The film seems to pick up momentum only during the action sequences. Ajith sports a different look in the second half, reminding us a little of the good old boy-next-door Ajith of Vaali and Villain... [ Continue Reading ]

 
 
 

 
 

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