For Vijay fans, Velyudham comes as a biggest Deepavali treat. He is right there occupying the screen to dish out a pucca commercial entertainer from the word go. Due credit should be given to director Jayam Raja for making it count.
The racy and riveting story coupled with pulsating action and pleasing comedy sequences makes the movie an interestring watch.
A trsictly Vijay show with dance, fight and comedy besides romance, Velayudham is a perfect destination for Vijay admirers.
Bharathi (Genelia D'Souza) is a television journalist who exposes the corrupt in the society. She gets their enemity who bumps off her friends. She creates an imaginary character called Velayudham, claiming that he would teach a lesson to evil elements.
There lives a milkman Velayudham (Vijay) in a village, who leads a content life with his younger sister Kaveri (Saranya Mohan) and cousin Vaidehi (Hansika Motwani). He comes to Chennai for a purpose and gets acquainted with Bharathi. Now the ordinary Velayudham turns messiah of the masses.
Vijay hogs all limelight. He is at the best delivering a packed performance. Hanshika and Genelia fit the bill well.
The likes of Shayaji Shinde, Sampath Raj and Manivannan add pep to the proceedings while Santhanam's comedy is entertaining.
Vijay Antony's music is loud.
Velayudham, produced by Aascar V Ravichandran, is a happy hunting for Vijay fans.