Hero’s mass entry was depicted on hyperbole make out to utter something vigorous in each frame.
Synopsis: “Avathara Vettai” made an influencing in the opening, with that subsequence the energy was dragged down. The heroes tempted punch dialogues overflowing. The actor VR Vinayak plays in a cop eccentric, that he was whole heartily facilitating towards the society.
The team worked on a social issue, which is happening in society. The making of the film wasn’t exploited, the screenplay infringe out throughout the film. The content based on the innocent people’s children was kidnapped by a gang and the police department was starting to investigate on the issue.
“Avathara Vettai” is all about the hero VR Vinayak is hunting out of mistletoe that they cause hassle towards the human society. The actors VR Vinayak, Power Star Srinivasan, Sonali and Riyaz khan were the strengthening towards the film and others artists like Radha Ravi, Mahanadi Shankar, Meera Nayar support the flick.
Story: The film was captured in the rural place, a gang of people track on small children and plan to kidnap them for a great deal. This situation made eager to oppose the gang and even traces out the gang by the department and they decided to place a right person for the investigation.
Now the sequel moves to the energetic guy VR Vinayak, who stepping in a police station makes others to agitate by his activities and noticing the behaviour of local head man Radha Ravi with this parallel in the same place VR Vinayak joins as a car driver in Sonali’s house and collects all details about Sonali’s secret business.
But VR Vinayak portrayed himself as a ruffian and innocent man among Radha Ravi and Sonali. Finally, VR Vinayak gets appreciation in the police department for his outstanding action.
Radha Ravi and Sonali were done in a negative role that they were the root cause of the kidnapping activities, VR Vinayak heroism was extreme stratum, Meera Nayar looks delightful in her frames. At the police station, one more female cop, who was not fit for the cop get up and dialogues are not matches appropriately. The picturization of songs was in good-natured, which the team tried to entertain the audience.
Verdict: Hunting is less – punch dialogues are more!
Rating: 2 / 5
Directed by * Star Kunjumon
Music by * M. S. Johns Rubart
Cinematography * A. Kasi Vishva
PRO * P. Gopinathan
by Deepa Vijendra Rao