After a good outing in Chekka Chivandha Vaanam, Simbu plays the solo lead in Vantha Rajavathaan Varuven. Bankrolled by Lyca and directed by Sundar C, the movie has aroused curiosity for it is a remake of Telugu boockbuster Attarintikki Dardei, enacted by Pawan Kalyan. A family drama with mass elements and comical touches Vantha Rajavathaan Varuven is Simbu's mass film after a long gap. He has done his best to ensure his fans are entertained.
Sundar C's films are alwas laced with situational comedy and the funny one-liners that brings laughter. Interestingly he has packed everything here but the proportion goes wrong. Yogi Babu is the real saviour tickling our funny bone. And keeping Simbu's image among audience, Sundar C has loaded his role with punchlines. There are some garvity defying action scenes. Songs by Hip Hop Thamizha breaks the flow at many places.
Simbu given his options has done it well. He is fresh and energetic. He dances well and excels in comical sequences too especially in the company of Yogi Babu and Mottai Rajendran.
Simbu is the grandson of a rich man The He asks Simbu to get back his daughter whom he necked out years ago for marrying a man not of his financial standard. Recalling the memories of his daughter, he asks Simbu to get her as a birthday gift for him.
He comes to Tamilnadu to meet his aunt (Ramyakrishnan. He begins search of the girl. How he succeeds in his attempt forms the crux. Megha Akash plays the love interest of Simbu in Vantha Rajavathaan Varuven, which has Ramya Krishnan in the prominent role. Catherine Tresa, Mahat Raghavendra, Prabhu, Nassar, Suman, Yogi Babu, Rajendran and others are in the cast. Though there is everything there is a sense that a punch goes missing.