Vaazhl Movie Review, Cast, Crew, Trailer, Release Date, Hero

Arun Prabu Purushothaman Directed New Dramatical Movie “Vaazhl” is released on 16th Jul 2021. Pradeep Anthony, TJ Bhanu, SN Bhatt, Diva Dhawan and Aahrav casting the main leading story. Production department leading by Variously, Sivakarthikeyan.

However, Pradeep Anthony is the hero of the movie. Variously, TJ Bhanu, SN Bhatt, Diva Dhawan and Aahrav is also a starring role in this film. Shelley Calist manage the cinematography department and the film is edited by Raymond Derrick Crasta.

Vaazhl Movie Cast Details

  • Diva Dhawan
  • Aahrav
  • Pradeep Anthony
  • TJ Bhanu
  • SN Bhatt

Crew Members

  • Directed by: Arun Prabu Purushothaman
  • Producer: Sivakarthikeyan
  • Music Composer: Pradeep Kumar
  • Cinematography: Shelley Calist
  • Legal OTT Platfrom: SonyLIV

Release Date:

16th Jul 2021 on Sony LIV OTT Platform.

Vaazhl Movie Main Hero:

Vazil Movie’s main leading hero is Pradeep Anthony.

Short Review:

As the title proposes, Vaazhl is about existence. Chief Arun Prabhu investigates making every moment count and living pair with nature through the film’s hero Prakash (Pradeep Anthony). An IT representative who has a tedious existence with bugging relatives, he is somebody who is ignorant regarding where his life is going. An irksome sweetheart and an irritating supervisor add to his burdens. Much to his dismay that a wedding occasion which he should go to would be canceled in view of a demise in the family and that a young lady who he meets at the wedding setting would make him go frail in his knees.

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Much to his dismay that his sentiments would be brief, as the young lady who is a far off relative of his, is hitched and a mother to an over eager kid (Aahrav). The situation starts to get interesting when the young lady (TJ Bhanu) chances upon him again at a sudden condition. She looks for his assistance to take her kid to an advisor in Nagercoil just to conceal a wrongdoing she had perpetrated at some point back. Their excursion to Nagercoil comes full circle in a misfortune, which drives Prakash to become a close acquaintence with Tanya (Diva Dhawan), a unique Bolivian young lady who is into is visa fashioning. How his methodology towards life changes from that point shapes the remainder of the story.

Vaazhl has a place with those spirit looking through films in which the erratic hero understands the motivation behind life and the need to foster association with individuals who they never esteemed throughout everyday life. The film, which advantageously breaks classification shows, connects with the watchers to a degree, because of a couple of interesting arrangements and persuading exhibitions from Pradeep, Aahrav, Bhanu and Diva. It is the capriciousness of the arrangement of occasions which keeps the watchers snared. The music score by Pradeep Kumar improves the distinctive mind-set and feelings of the film and it is a pleasure to watch Shelley Calist’s cinematography, which catches the lovely scenes of Tamil Nadu and Papua New Guinea.

On the disadvantage, however the characters and their weakness are perfectly carved, the steady class deviation acts an obstruction to feel for their difficulties. There are cases where we feel for Prakash, however the manner in which dull comic tone is mixed in them makes us laid-back and partake in the fun as opposed to pull for him. The spirit disclosure of Prakash and his relationship with the youngster is just mostly persuaded as it do not have the enthusiastic profundity it ought to have had. Vaazhl, which stresses the need to investigate daily routine and experience for now, may interest the individuals who love inspirational and travel flicks.

Short Trailer:

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