Vaalu movie Review,Rating,Public talk and Critics Review – Silambarasan

Vaalu movie review and rating:

Vaalu is an upcoming Tamil action comedy film written and directed by debutant Vijay Chander. The film features Silambarasan and Hansika Motwani in the lead roles, with Santhanam, VTV Ganesh and Brahmanandam in other supporting roles. The movie is scheduled for release on 14 August 2015.

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Directed by Vijay Chander
Written by Vimalan
Screenplay by Vijay Chander
Starring ilambarasan
Hansika Motwani
Santhanam
Music by Thaman
Cinematography Shakthi
Edited by T. S. Suresh
Production
company
NIC Arts
Distributed by Chimbu Cine Arts
(Tamilnadu)
Ayngaran International
(Worldwide)
Release dates

14 August 2015

Running time
155 minutes
Country India
Language Tamil

Casting and Crew of Vaalu:

  • Silambarasan as Sharp
  • Hansika Motwani as Priya Mahalakshmi
  • Santhanam
  • VTV Ganesh
  • Brahmanandam
  • Aditya
  • Manthra
  • Salim Ghouse
  • Aadukalam Naren
  • Sri Ranjani
  • Misha Ghoshal

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Vaalu movie Soundtrack:

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The music of Vaalu was composed by Thaman, with lyrics written by Silambarasan and Madhan Karky. A single track titled “Love Endravan” was released on 14 February 2013. Prior to official release, the film’s songs were leaked online during March 2014.

No Title Singer(s) Lyric(s) Length
1 “Engathaan Porandha” Silambarasan Silambarasan 5.13
2 “Hey Vasamoakka” Anirudh Ravichandran, Andrea Jeremiah Madhan Karky 3.51
3 “You’re My Darling” Anirudh  Ravichandran, Andrea Jeremiah Madhan Karky 4.37
4 “Love Endravan Nee Yaruda” Silambarasan Silambarasan 4.47
5 “Vaathiyaaru” T. Rajendar, Priyadarshini Madhan Karky 5.18

 

Release dates of teaser,trailer,first look,Audio launch and more Photos of Vaalu:

The film’s first teaser, released in June 2012, announced that Vaalu would have a theatrical release during the Diwali season of 2012. However the impending release of Silambarasan’s other long-delayed project Podaa Podi (2012) meant that the makers decided to postpone the release of the film until January 2013.The date was also missed and by July 2013, the producers indicated that the film may release on either 15 August or during the Vinayagar Chaturthi and Diwali season of 2013, though yet again, the film remained incomplete. In January 2014, the director had confirmed that the film would release on 1 May 2014, though portions remained incomplete owing to scheduling problems and the film was delayed further.Evading further release dates in November 2014, Silambarasan announced that the film would finally release during Christmas 2014 and promotions for the film began. However several other films had also secured screens for 25 December, and the makers were not willing to compromise for a limited release.

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After the film backed out of a Christmas 2014 release, a preliminary date of 3 February 2015 was set, to coincide with Silambarasan’s birthday. The film had a private screening in early March 2015 for members of the cast and crew’s family, and was given a “U” certificate from the censor board.The film experienced further delays and after a potential release date of 27 March had also been postponed to 1 May, Silambarasan made an emotional appeal calling for the quick release of the venture. The team then began promotions through posters for a release on 9 May, which was also later cancelled.Frustrated with the constant delays, Silambarasan’s father T. Rajendar bought the distribution rights of the film from S. S. Chakravarthy and pledged to release it under his own Chimbu Cine Arts banner.In June 2015, Silambarasan announced a release date of 26 June 2015, delaying the film from 12 June. The film had been postponed two weeks to avoid a clash with Santhanam’s production Inimey Ippadithaan (2015). A final trailer was released in late June 2015, stating that the film would release on 17 July 2015.

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