Anu Haasan is an Indian ex-commando, who is currently living at London with her husband and daughter, Akarshana. After the opening credits, the husband and wife gets shot and Akarshana is abducted. Anu is rescued and admitted at the hospital, while her husband dies on the spot. After she recovers, she decides to take matter into her own hands and goes after the men who kidnapped Akarshana.
Anu Haasan successfully tracks down the men, and also finds out who they work for. They belong to an international arms dealer David Yuvarajan, who in the meanwhile, is trying to find out the spy sent by the Indian army to UK to capture him. As he along with loaded arms also sends terrorists into the country.
Later on, it is revealed that Anu Haasan is the undercover agent who is sent to spy on David. But unfortunately, the villain, misinterprets that its the husband of Anu Haasan and kills him. The rest of the plot revolves around whether Anu Haasan captures David and whether she rescues her daughter.
This is a come back film for Anu Haasan, and she has performed well, and her action sequence are choreographed perfectly. Naaser plays a crucial role in the movie and he as usual has delivered his best. While David Yuvarajan has pulled of the role of an international baddie in a convincing way.
Director Nandha has attempted to make an intense spy thriller film, but has failed to keep the viewers hooked to the movie, as the screenplay is poorly written and is extremely slow. Muthukumarsamy has scored the music for the film, and he seems to have done a good job at it, but is hard to appreciate it as the movie is too draggy. Nandha who is also the cinematographer for the film has shot well.
In short, Valladesam, is draggy.