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Times of India
Two youths end up in a situation where they are forced to commit a theft and what happens next is a mad scramble for their life and for the money they love to have.
Getting to like the film
is like stepping into marriage. There is a flurry of forewarnings about the hidden dangers, about the yawn-filled routines involved in marriage, still people get married failing to resist the rare charms marriage holds for them. Once such gems are discovered, the flaws are ignored and the banality is borne with the patience of a saint.
comes across a low-key film with a hero, who is yet to build an identity, with a supporting cast who do not flourish a dazzling acting prowess. It brings together money, virtues, desperation of youth and spontaneous decisions which turn the course of life. Not something new, especially when the money gets packed in a bag and helpless youth find themselves scrambling after the bag. The showcase pieces of villains with huge tummies, twirled moustaches play together.
It is hard to write off
as a brainless repetition of cliches for it does engage the viewer. However it does not happen with a gripping consistency. Vineeth Kumar and Gregory gel together to play the trapped youth dreaming of richness with a vigour that is sometimes really absorbing.
Director Anilkumar works within his limits often affording a few scenes that fall way too short of professional filmmaking. Still he manages to grab the attention with a story that is pretty decently told.
may not make for a blockbuster thriller, however it won't leave you hopelessly disappointed, if you really nurture a heart for films.
The film sets out to explore the relationships and personal lives of a group of bachelors, presenting the changing intimacy equations and morals of new-age youngsters.
Shree Kumar Singh
Vegam may not make for a blockbuster thriller,it manages to grab the attention with a story that is pretty decently told however it won't leave you hopelessly disappointed, if you really nurture a heart for films.