Following the failure of Kunguma Poovum Konju Puravum, especially for its tragic end, director Raj Mohan has clearly understood that entertainment is the way to capture the hearts of the audience and has exerted immense effort in Vanavarayan and Vallavarayan which is indeed an out and out entertainment.
The film is very simply and enjoyable and focuses on two brothers Vanavarayan (Krishna) and Vallavarayan (Ma Ka Pa Anand) who rocks the Pollachi town with their hilarious humour sense. The turning point in the film occurs when Vanavarayan is smitten by Anjali (Monal Gajjar). Clashes between the families occur. However, everything ends happily.
While watching the film, the first thing that strikes our mind is the performance of Ma Ka Pa Anand who is making is debut with this film. It is worth mentioning that his entry seems to be quite stronger than Sivakarthikeyan who made his entry with Marina playing a minor role. Anand keeps the audience engaged with his emotions and humour quotients and it is worth mentioning that exhibiting so much emotion in the very first film is quite difficult for any actor. Krishna gives a very good performance and Ma Ka Pa and Krishna together offers a great entertainment. Keeping logic aside, the story and screenplay of Raj Mohan is quite well-worn but the film altogether is very much fun watching. Monal Gajjar looks good; however, she definitely needs to improve her performance. While S.P.B Charan is alright in the film, Sowcar Janaki pulls the crowd. Jayaprakash performaces his role with ease and Thambi Ramaiah sends ripples of laughter across the screens. However, what highlights the film most is the special cameo of Santhanam is sure an icing on the cake.
The Cinematography of Palanikumar is an enchante and Yuvan Shankar Raja’s music is quite good. Talking about the down side, the script lacks substantiality but the humours insist us on enjoying the flick. If you are looking for hours to kill your time and enjoy a good show, then Vanavarayan and Vallavarayan is the right pick.
Verdict: Book tickets if you wanna pass your time