|Music||Dhanraj Manickam, Navin Shanker, Sekar Saibharath|
Ram Saravana is a Thala (Ajith) fan, who lives in Chennai, and Raaj Suriya is a Thalapathy (Vijay), who hails from Madurai. They both are die-hard fans of their favourite movie stars, and they constantly compete with each other's star value and trying to prove who is a better celebrity, on all social media platforms. This bickering creates a rivalry between the two, and after a point they vow to physically fight each other if they ever meet.
Meanwhile, Ram falls in love with Ramona, who initially rejects him, but reciprocates his feelings once he helps her out of a delicate situation. As she is an ardent Vijay fan, her one standing condition is to get married to a Vijay fan like her and her brother Raaj. Unbeknownst to Ram, he feeds her falls information that he is indeed a Thalapathy fan and woos her.
In the mean, all hell breaks loose, when both Raaj and Ram co-incidentally meet at Chennai. Their Thala-Thalapathy rival fight goes viral on social media and both end up at the police station. Soon, Ramona gets to all about this, and breaks up with Ram, who eagerly cuts off ties with her as she is his enemy's sister. The rest of the plot revolves around how Ram and Ramona mend their broken relationship and whether both Thala and Thalapathy fan unite together.
Both, Ram Saravana who plays the role of an ardent Thala fan and Raaj Suriya who's a Thalapathy fan has delivered a decent performance. However the former could have checked his acting, as it seemed a tad too much than it was necessary. Though Ramona Stephani appears through out the movie, she has very little to perform other than being the hero's love interest.
Fans rivalry is a happening issue now a days, and Vetri Mahalingam has tried to make a film with this concept, which is a relatively a fresh one in Kollywood. Vetri's wafer-thin story and the loose screenplay has nothing new to offer but has the elements one expects from a true commercial movie. Also, the idea about how he brings the rivals together for a social cause is impressive.
However, Vetri could have paid more attention to his direction as it was pretty vague and is not that attractive. Even though three people; Dhanraj Manickam, Navin Shanker Sekar Saibharath, have provided the tunes for Visiri, the scores still could have been better. VR Manikandan's cinematography skills come to the fore and his shots are average.
In short, Visiri, is watchable.