Valimai movie review

Arjun (Ajith) is a police officer who believes in reforming criminals instead of punishing them. He is also very closely attached to his family
He is deputed for Chennai to nab a biker gang who are involved in various criminal activities.

This gang has Chennai under its control. Was Ajith successful in nabbing the gang, what were the difficulties that he faced and how does it affect him forms the rest of the story.


While most leading heroes would have shyed away from such a story, kudos to Ajith for accepting it. Ajith is stylish as ever and carried the movie on his shoulder from the beginning to the climax.

His daring stunt sequences are impressive and will completely mesmerise the fans. The emotional scenes is sure to strike a chord with the family audience. Huma Qureshi has stamped her mark in the role and made it her own.
Karthikeya is top notch as the antagonist. He fits the role perfectly as the menacing biker. Rest of the cast have also done their part well. Director H Vinoth’s detailing makes the film an interesting watch.
The screenplay in the first half is racy and to the point. However, the same cannot be said about the second half as it lags in some places. A few scenes look forced and breaks the flow.
The stunt sequences are the major selling point of the movie and has exceeded expectations. The bike and bus stunt sequence choreographed by Dhilip Subbarayan are award worthy stuffs.
Yuvan Shankar Raja’s BGM is to the point and elevates the mood in each and every scene.
Rating: 3.4/5