Viswasam Tamil movie review and rating
Its always happy to witness Thala Ajith on big screen and his movie release is a big celebration at every single time. This time, celebration for Viswasam marks Ajith’s fourth time association with director Siva after working up with three projects such as Veeram, Vedalam and Vivegam. Here is our review on Thala’s Viswasam which also co-stars Nayanthara, Jagapathi Babu, Thambi Ramaiah, Yogi Babu, Robo Shankar, and others.
Final shot of Viswasam’s trailer suggests that the one line of the movie. Yes, Viswasam is all about a family man, Thooku Durai who intends and promises to save his daughter and wife at all costs from negative forces. Did he win over antagonist forms rest of the story.
Ajith’s introduction scene is all set up the route perfectly and basement is rightly constructed. First half of the movie is all filled up with festive mood, enlightens all overall ambience. Compared to first half, second half has a dip with few low points. High moments that were seen at the trailer of the movie become high points as well. Family emotions work neatly and its not overdone.
Ajith shines to be as Thooku Durai and his “alapparai” is enjoyable throughout. Story take place in two different places, Koduvilarpatti and Mumbai, and Ajith shows up a good amount of variation with his acting. His Madurai dialect adds up the authenticity and nativity. Ajith is seen at his casual best at the light hearted scenes. When the screenplay faces up a dip, Ajith comes up a saviour. Thala Ajith’s single take dance at the last bit of ‘Adchi Thooku’. The audience is said to definitely enjoy that portion.
Nayanthara looks dazzling on the screen and has a best role to perform who travels throughout. Baby Anikha emotes well and her chemistry with Ajith works well in big time. A best game play between Ajith and Anikha is most interesting to watch. Entire set of comedians does best job with their limited screen time.
Certain sets of comedies doesn’t bring out the intended laughter. As like other commercial mass entertainers, Viswasam also done best of having a weakly written villain. Had the antagonist who had a stronger characterisation, face off between Ajith and Jagapathi Babu could been an exciting. Reasoning behind the antagonist’s anger isn’t complete satisfying.
D Imman’s best background score to give the best scene a t various level and his name in the crew at valuable addition. Song placements have also fortunately worked up in favor of the movie. Vetri’s visuals are supportive to the movie and enhances the stardom of Ajith. Kannaana Kanney song picturization brings out beautiful emotions between father and daughter. There are few notable shots that communicate the relationship between and Ajith and his fans.
Director Siva is very much clear with his intentions puts forth an entertaining rural action drama filled up with family emotions and many other elements. He understands the pulse of the fans and the family audience and delivers the best entertaining product.
In a nutshell, Viswasam is packaged up with right commercial elements to satisfy the family audience and Thala fans.