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The software engineers here are completely unrealistic and brazen caricatures whose behavior is completely unreal, even taking into consideration the fact that they are busy. It has an 8-year-old girl as its central figure and is ostensibly about her search for love and affection. But Azhagappan serves up his ideas in such an exaggerated and heavy-handed way that the message gets completely lost. The over-the-top nature of the proceedings is further highlighted by the amateurish performances from most of the cast. She accompanies the headmaster back to his village and meets her grandfather Chinnasamy Bala Singh. If Pasanga , with its natural and humorous depiction of the children’s lives, was at one end of the spectrum when it comes to children’s films in Tamil, Vannathu Poochi is at the other end.

Its not wrong for a director to try and put forth his opinion through his film. It has an 8-year-old girl as its central figure and is ostensibly about her search for love and affection. But for every effective scene like Srilakshmi getting Bala Singh a shirt , there’s one like the way she puts together the money for it that damages its effectiveness by being cinematic. If Pasanga , with its natural and humorous depiction of the children’s lives, was at one end of the spectrum when it comes to children’s films in Tamil, Vannathu Poochi is at the other end. But it simply uses her to deliver an indictment of city life and sing praises of life in the village. Bala Singh takes a break from his villainous roles and is effective as the grandfather who tries to makeup for lost time with his granddaughter. But Azhagappan serves up his ideas in such an exaggerated and heavy-handed way that the message gets completely lost. The software engineers here are completely unrealistic and brazen caricatures whose behavior is completely unreal, even taking into consideration the fact that they are busy.

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She accompanies the headmaster back to his village and meets her grandfather Chinnasamy Bala Singh. But the rest of the cast disappoints.

Vannathu Poochi feels like a blatant social commentary in the guise of a children’s movie. Its not wrong for a director to try and put forth his opinion through his film.

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But it simply uses her to deliver an indictment of city life and sing praises of life in the village. A movie review by Balaji Balasubramaniam.

Divya Srilakshmithe 8-year-old daughter of software engineers Arun and Poocgi, feels lonely and abandoned as her parents barely have time for her amidst their busy schedules. It has an 8-year-old girl as its central figure and is ostensibly about her search for love and affection.

The over-the-top nature of the proceedings is further highlighted by the amateurish performances from most of the cast.

Bala Singh takes a break from his villainous roles and is effective as the grandfather who tries to makeup for lost time with his granddaughter. The scenes in the village do work in portraying the simple, honest nature of life in the village.

The result isn’t a big surprise since the movie has made its agenda very clear but on the positive side, the film doesn’t force any unbelievable character changes that would’ve negated the little impact it has, completely.

While its guilty of pushing children to the sidelines while it follows the dual goals of extolling village life and condemning city life, the bigger issue is that it puts forth its argument with gross exaggerations and unrealistic characterizations.

But for every effective scene like Srilakshmi getting Bala Singh a shirtthere’s one like the way she puts together the money for it that damages its effectiveness by being cinematic.

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Like Dhevadhaiyai KandenVannathu Poochi finally comes down to a unique court case Revathi has a cameo as the judge. If Pasangawith its natural and humorous depiction of the children’s lives, was at one end of the spectrum when it comes to children’s films in Tamil, Vannathu Poochi is at the other end. As she spends time with him, she finally gets the love and affection she was yearning for. Srilakshmi is not a natural and some of the dialogs she is given make her seem too precocious.

Siddharth and Madhavi are completely artificial. The villagers poochii as shabbily realized but every single one of them is so good-hearted, so kind and so affectionate that the whole thing is just as unrealistic. The software engineers here are completely unrealistic and brazen caricatures whose behavior is completely unreal, even taking into consideration the fact that they are busy.

When Arun’s school headmaster visits them, Divya learns about Arun’s father, with whom Arun has severed all contact. But Azhagappan serves up his ideas in such an exaggerated and heavy-handed way that the message gets completely lost. While the story is about Srilakshmi meeting family she never knew existed and experiencing their love and affection, she soon becomes a secondary figure in the director’s agenda of criticizing the materialistic and unemotional city life and portraying village life as heaven on earth.

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