V3 Movie Review


Varalaxmi Sarathkumar ( Sivagami)
Paavana ( Vindhya )
Esther Anil ( Viji )
Adukaalam Naren ( Velayutham )
Visarnai Kathai Asiriyar Chandra Kumar ( logo)
Ponmudi ( Viswanathan)
Jai Kumar


Direction - Amudhavanan
Music - Allen Sebastian
DOP - Siva Prabhu
Editor - Nagooran
Sound design - Udaya Kumar
Colorist - Sreeram Balakrishnan
Stunt - Mirattal Selva
Costumes - Tamil selvan
Make up - Hema - Meera
VFX - Quebec fx - Moses
SFX - Sathish Kumar
Production Manager  - Santhosh Kumar | Muthuraman
PRO - Sathish Kumar Siva - Aim
Publicity Designer - NextGen
Executive producer - Pukazhenthi.

Production House : Team A Ventures

Paper Agent Narain. His daughters are Bhavana and Esther. Bhavana, who is saying she is going out, is looking for Narain as she has not returned home too much. In one place, the daughter's bike screams at it.

He reports to the police. They burn the body of the woman in a place left to inquire
Narain is crying to report that he is killed. People are fighting for a proper investigation and punishing the culprits.

The encounter is the police who say that they are the culprits. Varalakshmi, who is the Investigation Officer, is reversing the facts of the climax.

The story begins with Naren's Paper Agent, who goes to the DVAS in the morning and puts it home.

It seems that something is going to happen when the eldest daughter Bhavana says she is going out.

Narain complained to the police that his daughter was missing
Inside the woman's body
The murmur arises that the heroine Bhavana's story has finished.

But the later turns are behind and that the top officer did the fake encounter.

Bhavana attracts realistic acting. She is brave in the rape scene. Esther starring his sister was also realistic.

The film pears police officers and politicians.

Director Amutha Vanan has expressed his argument with the heroine that there will be no rape of adultery. But the only solution is the debate.