Director Lingusamy is known for his action-packed commercial fare. Vettai is no different as it speaks about two brothers who come together to fight evil elements in the society.
But Lingusamy has opted to go the safe way, borrowing sequences from successful films of the same pattern from the past.
Arya and Madhavan come together for the first time. With a host of artistes including Sameera Reddy, Amala Paul, Asutosh Rana, Thambi Ramiah the movie proceeds at a brisk pace.
Guru (Madhavan, is a soft-spoken youth whose younger brother is in contrast to him. He lets his fists do all the talking. They share a good bonding.
Their father is a police officer. After the death of their father, Guru takes up his job. Now Thiru gives him courage and in hiding finishes all task Guru has to do. Vasanthi (Sameera Reddy), a bubbly girl in the village is married to Guru. Her younger sister Jayanthi (Amala Paul) falls for Arya,.
Guru comes across Annachi (Ashutosh Rana), who controls the whole town. Now the onus is in the brothers to join hands and end his acts.
Madhavan is cool and bubbly, while Arya is impressive in parts. Sameera Reddy and Amala Paul share equal screen space and utilise it well.
Thambi Ramiah provides the right laughter while Asutosh Rana is more like a caricature speaking loud.
Nirav Shah's lens is soft and sweet. It captures the beauty of village well. Yuvan Shankar Raja's songs are a letdown.