An aimless youth falls for a girl with a trigger-happy father.
Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam - Club for the Fun Loving
Director Ponram has achieved what he set out for. The film is surely an easy watch with a decent percentage of laughs that keep coming.
by Bharath Vijayakumar - MovieCrow on 06/Sep/2013
A jolly good entertainer.
Rajesh's hilarious dialogues and his narration in the start set the movie up nicely and he can be proud of his assistant Ponram's debut venture as VVS is bound to be a hot-seller in the market, much like Rajesh's comedy flicks. » more
by Behindwoods Review Board - Behindwoods.com
Sporadic tickles and giggles, yet a good entertainer!
Ponram has given a light hearted comedy flick, the ones that we usual find in Rajesh's. The one liners and situational comedy is apt and the flick no doubt is a family entertainer of all sorts. » more
by Review Board - IndiaGlitz.com
Director Ponram's approach is to treat this narrative thread as entirely incidental to the proceedings. » more
by BARADWAJ RANGAN - The Hindu
Varuthapadatha Vaalibar Sangam Review
Bosepandi (Sivakarthikeyan), an aimless youth, is constantly at loggerheads with Sivanandi (Sathyaraj), a big shot in his village. Matters come to a boil when he falls in love with Sivanandi's daughter Lathapandi (SriDivya). Will the hot-tempered father accept his tormentor as his son-in-law? » more
by M. Suganth - Times Of India