Venmegam Review :
Vidharth, the 'Mynaa' man, was lying low for some time, before he made his presence felt with Ajith starrer 'Veeram' recently. Now he is back as protagonist with full vim and vigour, with 'Venmegam'. The film speaks about infatuation, romance and need for proper understanding between people. Directed by duo Ram Lakshman, 'Venmegam' has Ishara, Jayashree Sivadas, Rohini and Jegan among others in key roles.
The film revolves around Aravindh (Vidharth ) and his friend Baskar (Jegan), both painters. While Raji (Ishara) falls for Aravindh, Pooja (Jayashree Sivadas), a school girl too, develops an infatuation for Aravindh. After an argument with her mother (Rohini), Pooja decides to walk out of home at a time when Aravindh and Baskar are out of town.
Unfortunately, she falls in the hands of anti-socials. Was she rescued or not forms the crux of the film. Ram Lakshman have come out with a decent film which carries a nice message. Though there are some pitfalls they can be overlooked.
Vidharth has performed well and he seems to have understood well the skin of the character. Both Ishara and Jayashree are good, while Jegan adds value to his role. Rohini has proved that she is a veteran. Music by Jaffer Honey and editing by Chiyaan are adequate, while Jithu Damodar's visuals are cool and catchy.
On the whole, though the climax is gory and there are some loopholes, 'Venmegam' is a decent attempt by Ram Lakshman.
Rating : 3/5