Vaathi movie review


Dhanush is a junior lecturer in a private college. Samuthirakani who is the head of the college devises a strategy after he finds out that fee regulation rule by the government will affect the existence of his business.

He adopts some government colleges which are losing their glory.

As a part of his plan, he sends all the third grade lecturers in his colleges to government colleges.

In this process, Dhanush ends up in a college. He faces a lot of tough situations initially as there is not even a single student in the college.

Dhanush convinces everyone and brings them back to the classes. What happens after that forms the rest of the story


Connectable story, honest narration and a stellar performance by Dhanush along with strong emotions make this movie worthy.

Director Venky Atluri has proved that narrating a story in an honest fashion will definitely impress the movie lovers.

There is no fancy twists and turns in the movie, just simple story telling that the audience can easily connect.

Dhanush has once again portrayed an ordinary man’s role in an extraordinary fashion.

It is a one-man show from him and there is no denying this fact.

He shines equally in the stunt sequences as well as the emotional portions.

Samyuktha Menon is fine in her brief role. her acting is convincing.

Samuthirakani is impressive as usual and delivers what was expected from him.

GV Prakash Kumar’s music stands tall and compliments the movie well.

Yuvaraj’s cinematography is very natural.

Rating: 3.7/5