After Avan Ivan, Vishal has comfortably selected a commercial and complete masala flick. The crux of the story is: Vishal and his sister are rendered homeless. As they are orphans, both of them are adopted by different couples. While the parents raising his sister die leaving her orphan yet again, Vishal turns out to be a police officer.
Vishal rubs the wrong side with the villain and has to save his sister from them. He takes charge of her safety without her knowledge and without disclosing that he is her real brother. What ensues next is the usual fight and chase scenes where the villain’s henchmen are on Vishal’s trail for revenge.
Sameera Reddy proves that she is also a part of the film by appearing in some glamorous costumes during the song and dance sequences. She should have paid a little more attention to her make-up. Vivek’s comedy is ok but it makes one wonder what Oorvasi and Sriman were doing in the name of comedy. The songs in the film are placed where there is no room for fight scenes but none of the songs have created an impact. Cinematography is one positive aspect of this film.
The scene where the hero irritates the villain for one whole day with a single mobile phone is seen in several films recently. What is new in Vedi is that the villain calls the police home and the technique he uses to kill them – though it is new it is very childish.
Director Prabhu Deva and actor Vishal could have chosen some other story.
Verdict : Vedi - did not burst
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