Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam review

Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam is a 2013 Tamil comedy film directed by Ponram, a former associate of M Rajesh and SA Chandrasekhar.

It stars Sivakarthikeyan, Sathyaraj and Sri Divya. The film was produced by Escape Artist Motion Pictures and has music by D. Imman.

Rajesh wrote the dialogues for the film. It was filmed in Theni, Tiruchi and Chennai.


Movie: Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam
Directed by Ponram
Produced by P. Madhan
Screenplay: Ponram, M. Rajesh (dialogues)
Story: Ponram
Star Cast: Sivakarthikeyan as Bosepandi, Sathyaraj as Sivanandi, Soori as Koodi, Sri Divya as Lathapandi, Rajendran, Sri Ranjini, Bindu Madhavi
Music: D. Imman
Cinematography: Balasubramaniem
Editing: Vivek Harshan
Studio: Escape Artists Motion Pictures

Comedies have created a heavy impression on majority of the film buffs recently and VVS is yet another film which have timely arrived to capitalize on it confidently. With perfect casting of Sivakarthigeyan, Sathyaraj and Soori, VVS have already craved a nice niche seamlessly with aggressively tactical marketing. However, mastering the pre-talks is a one thing but delivering its promise is another. So will VVS able to emerge as another winning comedy of the year?


Bosepandi (Sivakarthikeyan) and Kodi (Soori) the infamous duo, in the name of running a ‘Sangam’ (union) to expedite the laze of the carefree young lads, create a hassle across the village garnering the gripes of many. In midst of this, Bosepandi falls in love with the daughter of Sivanandi (Sathyaraj), a menacing village head, who is strongly against the idea of love marriage for his daughters as he considers that as an insult.

As far as the premise looks dead serious in paper, it is nowhere near it as VVS takes us through a completely witty path to present the clash between the two sides.


Story – Screenplay

VVS, as a romantic comedy establishes it’s spoofy approach once it cuts to the flashback at the first act and presents even the most serious events in a laid-back manner. Rajesh’s dialogues as expected, takes the limelight here with innovation sprinkled on it throughout. ‘Deedikation’ (Dedication), ‘Domato’ (Tomato) are just few examples of the intelligently placed dialogues for Soori which naturally fits the bill.

Like any other Rajesh’s film, VVS has a wafer thin screenplay and lanes along on the path of sporadic comedy, which only works well because of the perfect casting picked by director Ponram. Despite not having humungous twists and turns of event, VVS should be savored for keeping the entertainment quotient intact through its jubilant attitude. The underlying message about how senseless raw talks could influence the decisions on love marriages by the parents, especially in villages, is definitely noteworthy.


On the flipside, the second half literally stays stagnant for sometime before picking up at the pre-climax and ending off with a series of magnificently laced rib-tickling scenes at the climax.

In short, VVS can be labeled as a village based, ‘OkOk’ which tags along with a subtle message.

Casting & Performance

Sivakarthikeyan is one upcoming bankable actor who knows how to capitalize on his strength in order to shine is way through the competitive world of stardom. He continues where he left from Kedi Billa Killadi Ranga but shows immense improvement, especially in dance and romance. As a performer he is showing maturity in each movie and VVS is no exception. No doubt, this film will boost his career further as a bankable star.

Sri Divya looks like a good find as she does her role effectively well scoring high on the emoting factor. In addition, she also does compliment well in the comedic episodes with Siva. Soori on the other hand displays sparkling chemistry with Siva and paves his way easily through his excellent charisma, to secure a prominent place at the major league of comedians in Kollywood.

Last but definitely not the least, is the ever-jesting Sathyaraj who gives a different colour to the film with his excellent flair of natural comedy, especially at the end. Be it the hectic episode on his missing gun or the cheeky revelation of his true personality at the climax, he scores every millisecond of it.

Not forgetting his sidekicks who provide comic relief through their eccentrically aggressive comments about Bosepandi.



Technically VVS sparkles very well, deservingly.

Cinematographer Balasubramium paints his images with such rich tones of colours gelling excellently with the mood of the film. Vasuki Baskar‘s choices of costumes and colours, really aids to attain the ‘colourful’ effect visually too.


Editor Vivek Harshan’s fast cuts bring the film forward without any jarring lags except ‘Indha Poonungale’ song that somehow dampens the second half’s pace.

Lastly, D.Imman’s soulful music adds to the strength of the film. The captivating title song, impertinently impressive ‘Oodha colouru’ and the uplifting melody, ‘Paarkathe’ satisfy both the frontbenchers and music lovers.


Despite its sporadic nature, VVS manages to provide concrete entertainment through its bright treatment, perfect casting and timely placed wisecracks.

Verdict : Solid entertainment guaranteed

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  1. After the roaring success of Ethirneechal, it’s time to see Sivakarthikeyan on Silver screen with his latest release VARUTHAPADATHA VAALIBAR SANGAM (VVS). The title of the movie itself conveys the news as it’s a comedy movie. But will the movie stand up to the expectation..??

    Varuthapadatha Vaalibar Sangam (VVS) is a club found and run by Sivakarthikeyan (Bose Pandi) and Soori (Kotti) in their Village. Sree Divya (Latha Pandi) enters the screen as a school going gal who is the third daughter of Satyaraj (Sivanandi). Sivanandi a person who lives his life by his courage and a proud feelings of a hunter and praises the role of the village head. As usual hero falls in love with the heroine but before that he falls for her teacher which is played in guest appearance by Bindu madhavi (Kalyani teacher).

    The movie starts with the introduction to Sivanandi and his Prestige. Bose’s role as the head of VVS kick starts the movie. But the introduction to Kotti is unexpected and has huge applause in the start. Jobless and Worriless is motto and is well executed by both and very well executed by the director in the screenplay. Not a new story, Hero falls in love with the Heroine and Heroine’s father tries to separate them and this is what happens here also, but the way screenplay is written in simply clean. There a great thanks to our Director Ponram. Dialogues of Director M.Rajesh carry the screenplay to next level. Music of D.Imman is an additional bonus to the movie. As expected and the latest trend is to use a bit of Ilayaraja’s song and it comes here also in correct situations.

    Cinematographer Balasubramaniem has done a clean job from frame selection to execution.

    What to expect: A usual village love story, Siva’s timely actions and reactions, gently phased screenplay, comedy to laugh.

    What not to expect: Twists, turns, new characterization, new music.

    Varuthapadatha Vaalibar Sangam – a movie with a clean screenplay and gentle speed which does not makes us go yawning.

  2. On the eve of the release of his film Varithapadatha Valibar Sangam in theatres yesterday (06th September) all over the State, Sivakarthikeyan has expressed confidence that he could be in for a hat-trick of hits as his last couple of films in Kedi Billa Kedi Ranga and Ethir Neechal have turned out to be hits.

    Veteran Sathyaraj joins hands with Sivakarthikeyan in the film. Known for their satirical comedies, the duo made very good pair during the making of the film, the crew says. Talking about the film, Sivakarthikeyan sounded upbeat. “It’s a lovely script set in a rural backdrop. I and Suri are prominent in our gang while Sathyaraj sir, who plays Sivanandi in the film, opposes us tooth and nail.

    “The clashes between the two gangs have been depicted in the most hilarious manner sans the usual stunt sequences. At first, I was apprehensive in starring alongside Sathyaraj Sir but found him very easy to move with. I’m sure my character as well as Sathyaraj Sir’s role in the film would be loved by the audiences and my fans.

    “The film is a laugh riot and is not intended to insult or hurt any community or group. It’s a non-stop comedy and I would be happy if the film is watched in theatres and not via CDs or DVDs,” concluded Sivakarthikeyan, who has also turned playback singer for a song in the film for the first time in his short career.

  3. Varutha Padatha Valibar Sangam, which released on September 6, got a thumbs up from the critics. Actor Sivakarthikeyan was hailed for his performance in the movie. Sivakarthikeyan has expressed his gratitude to the audience in social networking site, twitter. Actor tweeted, “VSS collected over 13 crores in 4 days.Heartfelt Thanks to each &everyone who watched it in cinemas.

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