Krishna (Vidaarth), Rafiq and Arun work in different places but share a single room. While Krishna is a waiter at a hotel, Rafiq is employed in a roadside eatery and Arun works at a railway parking lot.
For all the three, money is a worrying issue as they earn less. They have their own set of problems and they often consume liquor together.
One day, Krishna loses a costly mobile phone of a gangster-type and lands in trouble. Arun uses a two-wheeler parked in his bike stand and it happens to be a stolen one.
Not just that, the vehicle was even used in a robbery and this lands Arun in soup. How the three men rescue themselves from problems is what Vandi all about.
Vidaarth, who has won many hearts lately thanks to beautiful films including Oru Kidaayin Karunai Manu, Kurangu Bommai and the much recent Kaatrin Mozhi, is one among the three protagonists of Vandi.
As usual, he has performed well and has lived his character. Director Rajesh Balachandran has come up with an interesting script, but has failed in converting it into an engaging movie.
As a result, Vandi wanders here and there and at the end, it is neither a thriller nor a comedy and not an emotional ride. But the film has some scenes which would be enjoyed by many.
Rating: 2.25 out of 5
Vandi : On road
Director: Rajeesh Bala
Music Director: Sooraj S Kuruppu
Cast: Vidharth, Chandini Tamilarasan