Cast & Crew
Cast: Aparna Balamurali, KPAC Lalitha, Pavithra Lokesh, RJ Balaji, Sathyaraj, Urvashi, Visvesh
- Story: Akshat Ghildial, Shanthanu Srivastava
- Direction: NJ Saravanan, RJ Balaji
- Music: Girishh Gopalakrishnan
- Dialougues: RJ Balaji
- Cinematography: KArthik Muthukumar
- Editing: Selva RK
- Art Direction: Vijayakumar R
- Dance Choreography: Dinesh
- Singers: Benny Dayal,Bombay Jayashri Ramnath,Debapriya Adhikary ,Jairam Balasubramanian,Sid Sriram,Sinduri,Vijay Yesudas
- Lyrics: Pa.Vijay
- PRO: Rekha D’ONE,Suresh Chandra
- Distribution:Romeo Pictures
- Production: Bayview Projects, Romeo Pictures , Zee Studios
RJ Balaji and NJ Saravanan directed Veetla Vishesham, which was co-produced by Boney Kapoor and Zee Studios in partnership with Romeo Pictures. RJ Balaji, Sathyaraj, Urvashi, and Aparna Balamurali star in the film, which also has Pugazh, Jagan, and others in supporting parts. It has Girishh Gopalakrishnan’s music and Karthik Muthukumar’s cinematography.
Elango (RJ Balaji) is a content biology instructor who enjoys his job. Sathyaraj plays his father, who works for the Indian Railways and is a stingy individual. Elango’s mother becomes pregnant one day, and the whole family feels mortified. The narrative of the film revolves around how they deal with their unexpected pregnancy.
Veetla Vishesham, a remake of Ayushmann Khurrana’s highly lauded Badhaai Ho, stays true to the original for the most part. Despite having a lot of jokes at regular intervals, the film’s tone is more serious than Badhaai Ho. Even if you’ve seen the original, the gags are still funny due to the nativity and rooted character of the story.
RJ Balaji’s words and Sathyaraj’s body language provide the film with a sense of humour. In the comedic scenes, RJ Balaji is a riot. Aparna Balamurali gives a cakewalk performance, demonstrating why she is one of the top actresses in the profession. However, the performances of Sathyaraj and Urvashi, who appear to be highly secure in their abilities, carry the entire picture. Their background adds a lot to the film.
Minor adjustments have been made to the original, such as the removal of a few regressive abortion conversations. Many scenes have also been cut, which benefits the film in both ways. On the one hand, the length aids participation, but on the other side, the film feels rushed.
The cinematography and editing are both simply functional and do not detract from the overall quality of the film. The soundtrack is dramatic, which intensifies and enhances the comedy. However, when the same music is utilised in the tragic scenes, it feels out of place. Apart from that, there isn’t anything to complain about.
Veetla Vishesham, although not stripping Badhaai Ho of its soul, does make a number of significant alterations. The engagement and enjoyment are never an issue when the comic aspects are operating nicely. The supporting cast also contributes to the film’s positive aspects, making it a winner.
Veetla Vishesham assures a time at the movies by combining laughter with a serious message.
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Veetla Vishesham Movie Review & Rating
RJ Balaji's much anticipated Veetla Vishesham, which is a Bollywood remake of Badhaai Ho has finally released in theatres today. The film looks good. The film also wins us over with its genuine progressive outlook.
Veetla Vishesham Movie Rating8