Tamil film star Vijay’s last two films were not merely pitiful disasters but also turned out to be hideous torture for viewers.
Given Vijay’s pathetic track record lately, we wonder whether his new movie Villu is more of the same trash.
Let’s take a quick look at some of Vijay’s recent movies:
Azhagiya Tamil Magan was utter garbage. After suffering the misfortune of watching this piece of crap, we wrote that Asingamana Tamil Magan would be a more apt name for this repellent farce of a movie featuring Vijay in a double role opposite the young Delhi girl Shriya Saran. Even in the long gone days of silent movies, film-makers would not dare to put out an abomination like Azhagiya Tamil Magan on viewers. Horribly amateurish, completely bereft of a storyÂ or any semblance of logic, Azhagiya Tamil Magan brings disgrace to the entire Tamil movie industry.
As forÂ Kuruvi, seldom in the annals of human depravity has such a nightmare been unleashed on the unsuspecting public. As we wrote last year, in Kuruvi the story was not remotely credible,Â music was intolerable, the acting was unbearable, action scenesÂ unendurable and overall the movie was just insufferable.
Is it any surprise then that Vijay now wears the mantleÂ of Flop Thalapathi.
With Villu now set to debut this Pongal, the big question is whether Tamil film star Vijay will deliver yet another piece of crap.
It’s been two years now since Pokiri (directed by Prabhu Deva), Vijay’s last decent effort.
By the way, some of the key members of the Pokiri team are associated with Villu as well.Â Maybe, that’s a good omen.
Besides Vijay, other members of the Villu team that were part of Pokiri include Prabhu Deva (the director again) and Prakash Raj (the villain again).
In Villu, Vijay stars opposite Nayanthara, one of the worst actresses in the eastern hemisphere and Lucifer’s choosen disciple brought forth upon this planet solely to torment earthlings.
The trailer we’ve seen of Villu and the fight scenes on YouTube are laughably silly.
It remains to be seen if Shani is still firmly entrenched in Vijay’s corner and more importantly if his fans will get a reprieve with Villu.
Villu Review – Revoltingly Bad