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Vettai: "Taking on Bad Guys in South India"

The Tamil movie “Vettai” has a lot of story to tell. The director, N. Lingusamy, can’t stop even when it’s over (about 2 ½ hours): he sneaks a happily-ever-after epilogue over the end credits. The plot, leisurely told and punctuated by flashy fight sequences and rhythmic musical numbers (the catchy songs are by Yuvan Shankar Raja), concerns two brothers.

The Tamil movie “Vettai” has a lot of story to tell. The director, N. Lingusamy, can’t stop even when it’s over (about 2 ½ hours): he sneaks a happily-ever-after epilogue over the end credits.
The plot, leisurely told and punctuated by flashy fight sequences and rhythmic musical numbers (the catchy songs are by Yuvan Shankar Raja), concerns two brothers. The older one (Madhavan),...read more.
Want to watch Vettai in Toronto or the GTA? Check out the showtimes here! —Image courtesy of UTV Motion Picutres/The New York Times

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