Vada Chennai TamilRockers Full Movie Review

Vada Chennai TamilRockers

Vada Chennai TamilRockers is a Indian Tamil action crime thriller film, directed by Vetrimaaran in his fourth film. The film was first produced by Lyca Productions by A. Subaskaran and Wonder Root by Dhanush with the Grass Root Film Company by Vetrimaaran. it features Dhanush in the lead role as a skilled carrom player along with Ameer, Andrea Jeremiah, and Aishwarya Rajesh in other key roles.

The music was composed by Santhosh Narayanan with a camera made by Velraj and edited by G. B. Venkatesh. While Aishwarya Rajesh made Padma a fun character, despite the cursed words that prompted her to engage in dialogue, Andrea, who was not involved in this scenario, succeeded in making Chandra a powerful character.

Vada Chennai Movie Story Line

The fourth director of the VetriMaaran VadaChennai impulse entered the area that we wanted from the start, just an hour later. The edge of the stretch chair that generates the opening very well structured. Until then, the film gave him information and presentations that were difficult to accept.

For some reason, VetriMaaran spoke about the long life in Anbu prison and said that we would live early in life and that he would have a romantic relationship with Padma (Aishwarya Rajesh swears more than Dhanush). These parts of the prison take you nowhere, except for the understanding of Anbus or the seriousness of revenge, an interesting turn between the two. Only in flashbacks that occur long after the conspiracy explosion.

The story unfolds bloody hands in a local restaurant with the main characters Guna (Samuthirakani), Senthil (Kishore), Velu (Pawan) and his closest assistant (Sai ​​Dheena).

Dhanush in Vada Chennai

The Vada Chennai aircraft developed in the context of North Chennai and the story took place in the period 1987-2003.  War organizations between two different groups that have been fighting since 1987.

BGM Santhosh Narayanan did wonders for this film, especially in the second round. The songs very well used in the story. The cinematography of Velraj is the best.

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