Thalapathy Vijay and Rashmika Mandanna’s much-awaited film Varisu is out now. Varisu is competing with Ajith Thunivu at theatres. Let us take a look at Varisu movie review.
Rajendran (Sarath Kumar) is a business tycoon and counting his last days. He has three sons and wanted to make one successor for his business. The two sons Jai(Srikanth) and Ajay (Shaam) try to prove themselves as the better ones among them, expecting Rajendran to make one of them the successor of his kingdom. Vijay(Vijay) is an abandoned third son of the family. When Rajendran try to find the true heir, in search he decides to crown Vijay. Whereas the other two sons take it hard and join the rival Jayaprakash(Prakash Raj). The story is about whether Vijay succeeds in bringing the family together.
Varisu is a baggage of emotions, but seems to be nothing worked out. Sadly even the mother sentiment dint went well. We get a serial feel when we see the emotions between Vijay and Jayasudha. Even feel that the film is a cut-and-paste version of many Telugu and Tamil films, starting from Ala Vaikuntapuraamuloo to Chekka Chivantha Vaanam (Nawaab-Telugu). The scenes are flat between Vijay and his father Rajendran also. The first half is a boring deal and a mixed cut of many movies.
The second half has a mass touch and impresses the audience little when we compare it to the first half. Vamshi Paidipalli got mass touch with comedy and dance. Rangithaame song is a feast for fans. After watching Varisu, I was surprised that Vijay makes movies only for one insta reel. Director Vamshi tried very hard to open the tear ducts, but fails badly. The film was completely old-fashioned with a classy look.
Rashmika Mandanna’s track is ok. Prakash Raj as antagonist failed, his character was very badly written. The film has unnecessary fights and songs like an old-aged commercial drama.
Vamshi got the top actors on board. Prakash Raj, Sarath Kumar, Rashmika Madanna, Srikanth, Shaam, Khushbu, Yogi Babu and finally Thalapathy Vijay. But everything was flat. Yogi Babu with his few fleets makes us laugh. Vamshi needs to get ready for the possible trolls on him. Surprised to see Vamshi being this flat. Every audience in the theatre can easily guess the next scene as the film got the very same common point. Thaman has given his best, but when it comes to Varisu nothing is noticeable in TV serial performances.
Verdict:Go for a joyful ride rather than wasting time in the theatre by watching Varisu.
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Vijay Varisu Movie Review Rating : 2/5