|Photographer||kumaran - vignesh|
There was an organisation formed for the village's benefits before independence. Post that, the organisation gradually turned into a home for hooligans and the most wanted and dangerous gangster will be the head of their group. Meanwhile, Krishna and Karunakaran try to establish themselves as rowdies and aspire to become the organisation's leader.
The people in village consider men as rowdies if they had committed heinous crimes such as murder, kidnap, etc. Hence, Krishna and Karunakaran decide to murder someone, so that they can compete for the position at the organisation. However, they are clueless about the process of murder, and seek the help of Radha Ravi, a reputed former ruthless gangster.
After gaining the much needed knowledge on how to commit a murder, Krishna and Karunakaran then decide to test their talents by killing Radha Ravi. But, in a twist of events, the former gangster dies out of heart attack. Krishna on spot cooks up a plan and surrenders to the police stating that he is the reason behind Radha Ravi's death.
Krishna's name gets popular within their community, and he is bestowed with job to kidnap Aishwarya Menon, the girl he has secretly been in love with. The rest of the plot revolves around whether he kidnaps Aishwarya Menon and how he deals the situation and whether he achieves his dreams.
Krishna Kulasekaran has pulled off the character decently and once again proves that he has the credentials to be a commercial hero. His one liners are perfect, and his friendship chemistry with Karunakaran is spot on. Though, Aishwarya Menon has very little to perform other than being the hero's love interest, she has delivered a decent performance.
Karunakaran travels throughout the movie, and has pulled of his character really well. Yogi Babu has done a terrific job during his comic sequences. Other actors like, Rajendran, Radha Ravi, Thambi Ramayya and Aadukalam Naren have done justice in playing their parts neatly.
Rajaraman has done a pretty decent job in the directorial department even though many loose ends are evident. Bakkiyam Sankar has scripted the screenplay and his idea of creating an action story which revolves around two wannabe rowdies are amusing. Other than that, the wafer-thin story has nothing new to offer but has the elements one expects from a true commercial movie.
Leon James has handled the music department, and both his songs and background scores are decent. Kumaran and Vignesh has cranked the camera and they both have shot well. So, is TS Suresh's cuts.
In short, Veera, is a decent entertainer.