Vennila Kabaddi Kuzhu 2 movie review: A pointless sequel thats grossly outdated

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Vennila Kabaddi Kuzhu 2 Vennila Kabaddi Kuzhu 2 movie review: Vennila Kabaddi Kuzhu 2 rides on a weak story, resulting in a frustratingly boring watch.

Vennila Kabaddi Kuzhu 2 movie cast: Pasupathy, Vikranth, Arthana Binu
Vennila Kabaddi Kuzhu 2 movie director: Selva Sekaran
Vennila Kabaddi Kuzhu 2 movie rating: 1 star


Why make a sequel when you know theres no scope for it? Simply to cash in on the first films success? Vennila Kabaddi Kuzhu 2 is the latest to join the existing needless sequels list in Tamil cinema—Sandakozhi 2, Maari 2, Uriyadi 2, Neeya 2, Dhilluku Dhuddu 2 and Kalavani 2, so on.

Vennila Kabaddi Kuzhu 2 is the kind of film that makes you swing back to the late 80s—in a not so good way. The paavaadai-dhaavani-clad female lead Malar (Arthana) takes a bus to her college. Much like Mehandi Circus, whenever the hero and heroine meet, an Ilaiyaraaja song gets played in the background. Why? The film is set in 1989.

Saravanan (Vikranth) secretly visits Malar at night, because they are in love. As usual, the heroine is half-shy, half-angry and doesnt know how to react. Predictably, Malars father sees Saravanan talking to her. Its a similar situation you have seen umpteen times, in multiple languages.


There is a backstory to Saravanans father Saamy (an earnest Pasupathy), a Kabaddi player, who later becomes a bus driver. He Is so crazy about the sport that he doesnt mind skipping work and a family funeral. We get to know what prompted hRead More – Source

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