SJ Suryah’s Vadhandhi Web Series Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

SJ Suryah Vadhandhi Web Series Review: One of the best actors in Indian movies, S.J. Suryah went into the OTT space for the first time. The teaser for the show got people’s attention, and since Suryah was in it, people have high hopes for it. Let’s get to the review and see if the show lives up to the hype, since it just came out on Amazon Prime Video today, December 2, 2022. One of the best actors in Indian movies, S.J. Suryah went into the OTT space for the first time. The teaser for the show got people’s attention, and since Suryah was in it, people have high hopes for it. Let’s get to the review and see if the show lives up to the hype, since it just came out on Amazon Prime Video today, December 2, 2022.

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SJ Suryah Vadhandhi Web Series Review

Story

Velonie’s murder is being looked into by a hardworking police officer named Vivek (SJ. Suryah). After she dies, rumours start to spread about her, which could hurt Velonie’s reputation in a way that can’t be fixed. To solve the case, Vivek has to sort through a web of lies and unclear clues.

Cast & Crew

S.J. Suryah, Sanjana, Laila, Nasser, Vivek Prasanna, Hareesh Peradi, Smruthi Venkat, Kumaran Thangarajan, and others, with Andrew Louis serving as the series’ director. The series was shot by Saravanan Ramasamy, the music was written by Simon K. King, and Pushkar & Gayatri made it under the Wallwatcher Films banner.

Movie Name Vadhandhi
Director Andrew Louis
Music Director Simon K King
Producer Pushkar & Gayatri
Genre Crime, Thriller
Cast S.J. Suryah, Sanjana, Laila, Nasser, Vivek Prasanna, Hareesh Peradi, Smruthi Venkat, Kumaran Thangarajan & others
Cinematography Saravanan Ramasamy

Movie Verdict

But once Vivek takes charge of the case of a young girl named Velonie, the show gets interesting and makes you feel like you’re a part of it. The first three episodes don’t do much to get you excited about the investigation because Vivek struggles to find a single clue. The first few episodes of the series are told at a very slow pace because it takes a long time to get into the actual story. However, the premise prepared your mind to go on a journey with the series.

Even though the story ebbs and flows in the few episodes with a plot, and even though the careful investigation process keeps us interested, the show’s biggest flaw is the killer’s motivation. Starting with the fourth episode, the racy screenplay makes it even more interesting and keeps you glued to the screen until the last episode.

S.J. said this about the show: Suryah always did a better job as Vivek than Laila, and Nasser, who didn’t have much screen time but was in most of the episodes, gave it his all. Vivek Prasanna, Hareesh Peradi, Smruthi Venkat, and Kumaran Thangarajan, as well as the rest of the cast, also gave it their all.

Andrew Louis’s series was only partly successful because it had a plot that was easy to guess, but the screenplay is great. Also, he made a novel thriller with scenes that were easy to guess. At the very least, the series would have been a lot better if the scenes had been made up from scratch.

Vadhandhi is great from a technical standpoint. The background music by Simon K. King is great, and the photography by Saravanan Ramasamy pulls you into the story and makes you feel like you’re there. With his background music, he made many scenes more interesting, and the rest of the cast also did a great job.

Overall, Vadhandhi is a typical thriller because it doesn’t change the way the genre works, but it does add its own twist to it. You might want to see it if you like thrillers, but other people might want to skip it.

Plus Points:

  • Screenplay
  • Premise
  • Cinematography
  • Few Twists

Minus Points:

  • Regular Story
  • Predictable Scenes

Rating: 3/5

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