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Valimai Review: This Ajith Starrer Is The Ultimate Action Entertainer That You Wouldn’t Want To Miss!

by rameshe

Rating:
3.5/5
Star
Cast:
Ajith,
Huma
Qureshi,
Kartikeya
Gummakonda
Director:
H
Vinoth
The
wait
is
over!

Valimai,
one
of
the
most
anticipated
Kollywood
films
has
finally
graced
the
theatres
and
how!
The
action
entertainer
headlined
by
Ajith
Kumar
released
in
cinemas
on
February
24
(Thursday).
Backed
by
celebrated
producer
Boney
Kapoor
under
Bayview
Projects
LLP
in
association
with
Zee
Studios,
the
film
is
directed
by
H
Vinoth
and
marks
the
trio’s
second
collaboration
after

Nerkonda
Paarvai.

Valimai
is
Ajith’s
first
on-screen
appearance
since
the
2019
film.
Featuring
Huma
Qureshi
and
Kartikeya
Gummakonda
in
key
roles,
the
film
has
a
strong
technical
team.
While
Nirav
Shah
has
handled
the
camera,
Yuvan
Shankar
Raja
and
Vijay
Velukutty
have
taken
care
of
the
music
and
editing
departments
respectively.
Did
the
Ajith-starrer
impress
the
audiences
and
critics
who
were
eagerly
waiting
for
the
film?
Let’s
find
out!
Plot
Valimai
follows
Arjun
(played
by
Ajith),
an
upright
police
officer
(to
be
precise
Assistant
Commissioner)
from
Madurai
who
comes
to
Chennai
to
solve
a
crucial
case
involving
a
gang
of
deadly
bikers
called
the
Satan’s
Slave.
Wolfranga
(Kartikeya)
is
the
leader
of
the
gang,
who
runs
the
notorious
business.
The
gang
involved
in
ruthless
theft
and
murder
go
berserk
as
their
control
over
the
city
expands.
Will
Arjun
succeed
in
hunting
down
the
group?
Will
he
be
able
to
save
the
severely
suffering
city?
Well,
to
get
all
the
answers,
you
will
have
to
watch

Valimai
in
theatres
near
you.
PS:
We
don’t
wish
to
give
out
any
spoilers.
What’s
Wow?
Ajith
and
Kartikeya’s
Performances,
Action
Sequences,
Chase
Sequences,
Background
Music
And
Cinematography
What’s
Ouch?
Lengthy
First
Half,
Predictable
Sequences
and
Melodramatic
Family
Emotions
Direction
Though
the
story
might
sound
a
bit
(or
more)
conventional,
given
that
we
have
seen
endless
clash
of
hero
vs
baddie
in
films,
director
H
Vinoth
has
added
his
own
modus
operandi
to
the
entertainer,
making
it
look
ultra-modern.
The
clash
and
action
sequences
have
been
arrayed
in
a
such
way
that
it
makes
the
film
more
dynamic
and
gripping.
The
bus
sequence
in
the
second
half
serves
as
one
of
the
examples
and
can
easily
be
called
the
best
sequence
shot
by
an
Indian
director
to
date.
The
second
half
of

Valimai
slows
down
the
entire
film,
all
thanks
to
the
stretchy
sequences
that
involve
a
high
dose
of
family
drama,
which
could
have
easily
been
avoided.
Having
said
that,
a
proper
ratio
of
family
emotions
in
the
entertainer
could
have
been
a
better
option.
Performances
Ajith:
The
leading
man
is
purely
effortless
and
natural
in
his
role
as
ACP
Arjun.
His
unique
style
and
the
way
with
which
he
carries
his
role
around
other
characters
appear
stately.
The
death-defying
action
sequences
involving
him
are
a
few
of
the
many
highlights
of
the
film
you
wouldn’t
want
to
miss,
especially
if
you
are
someone
who
wished
to
see
Ajith
performing
bike
stunts
in
his
projects.
Kartikeya
Gummakonda:
No
doubt,
the
charming
actor
has
lived
up
to
the
expectations
of
the
audiences.
Though

Valimai
marks
his
debut
in
Kollywood,
he
surely
knows
the
drill,
and
the
way
with
which
he
performed
his
intense
character
says
it
loud
and
clear.
Technical
Aspects
Yuvan
Shankar
Raja’s
songs,
Ghibran’s
background
score
and
Nirav
Shah’s
cinematography
are
enriching
and
their
fine
amalgamation
has
brought
to
life
H
Vinoth’s
power-packed
vision.
If
only
Vijay
Velukutty’s
editing
scissors
were
sharper
to
cut
off
excess
sequences,
things
would
have
been
in
the
team’s
favour,
at
least
to
an
extent.
Verdict
Ajith
is
back
and
how!
Valimai
is
a
pucca
mass
entertainer
as
promised
and
is
purely
tailor-made
for
the
leading
man’s
ardent
fans
and
action
movie
aficionados.
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