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Valimai Released in Theatres | Check the Synopsis and Intitial Reviews

Valimai, a film starring Tamil superstar Ajith Kumar, premiered to packed houses in theatres around the world on Thursday. The movie is 2 hours 58 minutes long, dubbed and released in three languages Telugu, Hindi, & Kannada.

Direction and Craze of the Movie 

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The film, directed by H Vinoth and produced by Boney Kapoor, stars Ajith as a cop. Even as the makers initiated a publicity blitz in anticipation of Valimai’s release, Ajith chose to remain silent, as is his custom. The trailers for Valimai have already raised people’s hopes. It was dubbed the “Indian Fast & Furious” because of its action sequences. It is released in three languages, making it one of the year’s biggest releases. Kartikeya, Huma Qureshi, Yogi Babu, Pugazh, and Sumithra appear as extras.

Synopsis of the Movie 

A supercop attempts to track down the mastermind behind a string of robberies and murders, but things take a personal turn when his family becomes pawns in the criminal’s game.

Initial Reviews of the movie 

  • Times of India gave 3 stars out of 5 to Valimai and reported Valimai, a somewhat engaging but overlong action film that conceals its simplistic writing with elaborate action set-pieces, is a clash of stunts and sentiment.
  • According to India Glitz which gave 3 out of 5 stars to Valimai reported Valimai is an entertaining action thriller that works in segments. H Vinoth’s writing is a letdown, and the director should return to his roots in the future. ‘Valimai’ is a decent watch for the audience thanks to Ajith Kumar’s calm and glamorous personality, thrilling action sequences, and incredible visual effects with an amazing idea.
  • According to the famous website which gave 2.5 stars out of 5 said The first half demonstrates why anyone should be excited about a H Vinoth film. The young director, who has built a reputation for excellent crime dramas (primarily about criminals), demonstrates with the bike gang. Valimai’s strengths, as well as the director’s, are its mode of operation and networking. But the second half is quite disappointing as per it is not up to the mark.

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