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Review : "Vaadhyar"

Debutant Director Nidheesh Shakthi directed malayalam movie "Vadhyar", failed to teach some lessons at the silver screen. "Vaadhyar" doesn't have that emotional power to captivate the audience to their class. Rajesh Raghavan's script down the biggest point as you would have seen those things in many malayalam films earlier and here it could say that some plots were taken from earlier films. We put our thumbs down for this malayalam film titled "Vaadhyar".


                                  Anoop Krishnan portrayed by Jayasurya, an easy go lucky man, with the dreams of an M.B.A degree and earn big at MNC's, but situations led him to the teaching profession which he doesn't want to do. He get his teaching job at Kottapuram Saraswathi Vilasam U.P.School which is administered by Gangadhara Kurup enacted by Vijaya Raghavan and his sister in law Subhadra performed by Menaka, who is also the headmistress of the U.P.School.


                                                 Students get excited by the
attire worn by their teacher Anoop Krishnan in T- shirt and Jeans, where the students get new lessons from their teacher, instead of studies, students get to watch the movies on the Laptop and get bubble gums in their classroom. In this teaching, one incident led Anoop Krishnan to decide to leave the school, but somehow turn back to the school to prove his ability as a teacher that forms the rest of the story. "Vadhyar" does raise some issues which point out the dearth of Education system.


                                          Jayasurya as usual nice at his approach to the character, Ann Augustine hasn't get enough space with the character. Menaka, Nedumudi Venu, Vijaya Raghavan, Salim Kumar, Harishree Ashokan, Kalpana, Bijukuttan, Anup Chandran, Suraaj Venjharamoodu and others just made it to the characters. Pradeep Nair's cinematography also doesn't excite to the perfection and Ranjan Abraham's editing works looks better. Music from the hands of R.Gawtham had not too much to offer. For the banner of Lakshminath Creations, N.Sudheesh is the producer of this malayalam movie "Vadhyar".


                                               If you made it to this malayalam film "Vaadhyar", do share your opinion with us through comments.........

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