Starring: Vijay Sethupathi, Shruti Haasan, Jagapathi Babu, Sai Dhansika, Kalaiyarasan
Director : SP Jaganathan
Producers : Vijay Sethupathi , P.Arumugakumar
Music Director : D Imman
Cinematography : Ramji
Editor : N Ganesh Kumar
Release date : September 9,2021
Vijay Sethupathi’s Laabam is a film that is out along with many other small films. Read our review to find out if the film has any juice in it or not.
Badri played by Vijay Sethupathi is a man who comes back to his village to set right the problems that are being faced by the farmers there. He is opposed by the village head played by Vijay Sethupathi. Shruthi Haasan who is a local dancer joins hands with him and helps him out with all his problems. How Badri comes out of all the issues is the story.
Bijay Sethupathi is just there for the sake of it. His look is also not that great as he is lost in the film completely. He acts in a way as he has been paid, he needs to perform. Shuthi Haasan looks good but has not been given many roles. Jagapathi Babu is getting so repetitive in his look and roles and needs to re-invent right away.
The entire film is set in a small film and has the basic issue of farmers. Vijay comes to the rescue of them and gives them ideas to do good agriculture. Then, in all movies, there is a village head who does not like this. This angle is so mundane and has no value at all.
The dubbing is good but the emotions go for a toss. There is no romance as well as Shuthi and Vijay’s track is so boring. All the scenes look outdated and it looks like the film will run forever.
The solutions of agriculture shown are also not good at all. The manner in which the drama is narrated has no importance at all. This film has no proper narration and is a big letdown the moment you start watching it.
Bottom Love – Boring, outdated and long