Various stories were revealed about Veerappan and we have seen many movies and serials about this smuggler. But, in VVV, Ram Gopal Varma has delivered the story known to him with a mix of thriller.
The story is very simple and narrated with a police officer's point of view. Sandeep Bharadwaj has taken up the bandit's role and has lived up to the character not only by his looks but by his efficient acting skills. Sachiin J.Josh has performed the sincere police officer's part. Although the actor has portrayed his role to perfection and it is a delight to watch him, there is a lack of completion in his character. National Award winner Usha Jadhav fits well to the innocent wife character of Veerappan. Other than these artists, no one else is able to attract the viewers.
The brief introduction of Veerappan is appreciable but the screenplay could have been more clear while narrating the incidents happened in Veerappan's life. The first half moves bit slow but the latter part picks up fast with momentum. Had this been a straight Tamil film, VVV would have reached more audience. The forests, where the shooting took place tend to threaten the viewers than the characters pictured in this film but the uninteresting story line has made the movie an average one.