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VIP 2 movie review: The phenomenon that is Dhanush rules hearts

Velai Illa Pattadhaari 2 motion picture cast: Dhanush, Kajol, Amala Paul, Vivekh 

Velai Illa Pattadhaari 2 motion picture executive: Soundarya Rajinikanth 

Velai Illa Pattadhaari 2 motion picture rating: 2 stars 

Velai Illa Pattadhaari 2 otherwise known as VIP2 was a standout amongst the most anticipated films of the year. The spin-off of Velai Illa Pattadhaari, this film has Dhanush, Amala Paul, Samuthirakani and Vivekh repeating their parts notwithstanding Kajol making a rebound in Kollywood after very nearly two decades. Coordinated by Soundarya Rajinikanth and penned by Dhanush himself, the film is about Raghuvaran and how he manages joblessness. The plot at that point continues to work around Raghuvaran's organization and him locking horns with corporate honcho of sorts, Vasundhara. The greater part of this was at that point known some time recently. It was, be that as it may, fascinating to perceive how the greater part of this interpreted on the silver screen. 

Story: 

The most essential factor of any continuation is the congruity. Soundarya Rajinikanth and her group have done it wonderfully. Modest things like Raghuvaran's pet and his tent office on the patio, to the huge things like the VIP young men who bolstered him in Part 1 – the stream is practically perfect. Vasundhara' s passage was smart, just as haughty as we expected and as it were, obviously great. 

The massy components, the engaging tune and move numbers, stunts that are certain to inspire Dhanush's fans made up whatever remains of the plot components. It made the typical clash between an enemy and his partner fascinating. Be that as it may, at last, the potential was lost. One must say that the plot was a fascinating attempt. 

Screenplay and heading: 

There is a workmanship to screenplay and bearing. Indeed, even business movies can possibly turn into a clique great. VIP was one such film. Tragically, VIP 2 isn't so. While everything was near extraordinary, the way that the film was extended excessively made one on edge. Likewise, what is with the shots where we can't see a performer as he performs? 

Cast: 

Dhanush is a star, and an entertainer who has prevailed upon individuals with his humility and acting hacks. He has done it once more, and it is nothing unexpected. Kajol, then again, was awesome in each edge. From her looks to the way she complimented Vasundhara, it looked like a section composed for her. The main issue was the voice. At places, in the back of your psyche, you have this aggravation at the voice and the face not being an immaculate match. Other than that, she got an awakening gathering from the crowd as well. Amala Paul as the cantankerous and annoying spouse has her impact well. Saranya Ponvannan's appearance was startling and, as it were, nostalgic. Samuthirakani as the strong and amicable father has done his part well. 

Cinematography: 

Sameer Thahir has made a sound showing with regards to. Particularly, the shots of Dhanush and Kajol securing horns is staggering spots. The style with which the scenes have been executed and altered is prominent. 

Music: 

Sean Roldan is becoming well known as a writer to pay special mind to. Anirudh Ravichander's BGM is life-changing, and when we hear it toward the starting, the review esteem achieves an alternate level. Sean Roldan's music is delightful, however will it touch off a similar energy? Subsequent to watching the film, it appears to be far fetched.

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