Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam is one of the latest flicks to hit the screen for this weekend in Tamil cinema industry. The movie stars the rising Siva Karthikeyan and the veteran actor Sathyaraj in the important roles. Parota Soori has joined Siva Karthikeyan for comedy and the new comer Sri Divya has played the love interest of Siva Karthikeyan. The movie has been directed by newbie director Ponram and the dialogues have been written by director M Rajesh, who has the credit of writting and directing most popular comedies in recent Tamil cinema history such as Oru Kal Oru Kannadi and Boss Engira Baaskaran. Varuthapadatha Vaalibar Sangam, though promoted as a big comic entertainer, just entertains you lightly!
Here is the story of Varuthapadatha Vaaalibar Sangam. Boss Pandi (Siva Karthikeyan) has no good job to do and starts a club for similar youngsters like him in his village. During a village temple ceremony, Boss Pandi locks horns with his tough village chief called Sivanandi (Sathyaraj) and the enemity between them grows as time progresses. Mean while Boss Pandi falls for girl (Sri Divya), who turns out to be the duaghter of Sivanandi. What happens next forms the rest of the story, which has been told with a sense of comedy.
Varuthapadatha Vaalibar Sangam will not make you think before you laugh. Most of the comical scenes are of slapstick and also relies on the one liners of SIva Karthikeyan at times. There is also Parotta Soori to make you laugh but his attempts to tickle the bones of audiences have not come well as intended. Sathyaraj does his part nicely, but his role is porrly written juggling between comedy and seriousness. There needs a special mention for the new girl Sri Divya who has pulled off quite a nice job as the female lead actress.