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Vadacurry - Spicy in Minuscule Proportions

The central plot of the film actually begins just close to the intermission. The lead up to this is light hearted but not as enjoyable as you would have liked it to be. You sense the situations for a hearty laugh but it ultimately boils down to only a wry smile here and there.(more)

Source: Bharath Vijayakumar, MovieCrow


Vadacurry - Fun makes it delicious

Saravana Rajan should be appreciated for his dialogues also. TIf your idea of a movie is fun filled entertainment you can take this 'Vadacurry' as the main course for this weekend. (more)

Source: Editorial Board, IndiaGlitz.com


A spicy entertainer pulled out of a normal story

Directed by Saravana Rajan and produced by Dayanidhi Alagiri under the banner Meeka Entertainment, Vadacurry has a lot of fun elements on offer. (more)

Source: Editorial Board, Behindwoods.com


Vadacurry is a fun-filled entertainer and audience can enjoy the movie

Firstly, the story line is thin and there are jerks at parts. Having said that Vadacurry is packed with comedy and thrilling moments. The engagement Rate is high and keeps you entertained most of the parts. (more)

Source: Ramchandar, One India


Vadacurry is worth a watch

It is a crisply made film with an engaging screenplay, good music, great comedy and excellent performances. The climax is a little too tame, but even that seems to gel with the rest of the film. (more)

Source: S Saraswathi, Rediff.com


Vadacurry Review

Film feels uneven and the strain to maintain a lighthearted tone makes one think that nothing is really at stake here. The plot could have made into a great black comedy, a satire on our materialistic lifestyle, but there is hardly any sting here.(more)

Source: M Suganth, Times Of India


Is a fairly engaging film

Vadacurry is debutant director Saravana Rajan�s , (a former assistant of Venkat Prabhu) attempt at a romantic comedy involving grunts, gags, gusto and gelatinous outbursts. Featuring Jai in the lead role, the plot of the film revolves around a simple fact that he is constantly chided by his friends ...(more)

Source: Anupama Subramanian, Deccan Chronicle


mobile mania melts into mishmash

Last week, I reviewed Mundasupatti, a film that focussed on camera phobia. This week�s Tamil release, Saravana Rajan�s Vadacurry, is all about mobile mania, and how the little gadget is enslaving us. And not just this, but also look at the way mobile telephones are splitting society into segments. A...(more)

Source: Gautaman Bhaskaran, Hindustan Times

Music Tracks

No. Song Title Lyric Writer Performer(s) Listen here
1 “Nenjukulla Nee” Ponraj Vijay Prakash, Diwakar, Ajesh Ashok Listen
2 “Low Aana Life-u” Harish Anirudh Ravichander, Andrea Jeremiah Listen
3 “Kelunganne Kelunge” Lalithanand Gaana Bala Listen
4 “Ullankayil Ennaivaithu” Snehan Siddharth Mahadevan Listen
5 “Uyrin Maeloru Uyirvanthu” Niranjan Barathi Sathyan, Priya Hemesh Listen