A prominent private institute plans to demonstrate its kindness by sending an assistant teacher to teach in a rural school. Little does the dishonest head of the institute, as mentioned above, realise that the teacher would prepare the rural school students to excel even more than his city students and help them win the exams. Later on in the movie, the drama plays out.

With his easy performance and commanding presence on screen, Dhanush is Vaathi’s best feature. His inventive ideas for teaching the pupils are presented in engaging and meaningful sequences. Samyuktha Menon, who plays Dhanush’s love interest and a biology teacher, has a bright appearance and performs admirably. Ken Karunas has performed admirably, but other students also merit recognition. Dhanush and Samyuktha have a good rapport. It’s also lovely that Venky impressions stray from the main plot by including romance in such a weighty issue.


Vaathi, a movie written by Venky Atluri, aims to expose the privatisation of the educational system as a whole. The movie aims to raise awareness of the value of education and persuade viewers that only education can free individuals from the conventional wisdom that has become our way of life. As the narrative develops, the writer can address everything.

Nonetheless, the writer may have avoided a few comedic scenes in the first half because they failed to make the audience laugh. The confrontations between the forces of good and evil were also introduced earlier rather than waiting until after the interval. Moreover, it would have been fantastic if a few battle scenes had been avoided. The protagonist may have made a more significant impact by handling such events more cleverly and effectively.

Samuthurakani performs the role of a standard villain and only has a few scenes to display his evilness. The movie is technically flawless, and the soundtrack by GV Prakash enhances the experience. The song “Adi Aathi” creates the ideal mood during the opening moments, while the famed composer’s background music elevates some emotions.

Rating – Three out of five stars.

Three stars for a movie with straightforward writing, but it could have been even better. It achieves its job effectively and is entertaining. Although the music is highly fantastic, it only appears in the film and lacks a recall value. Dinesh Krishnan and J Yuvaraj do some unique camera work. All these elements are included in its rating.
On February 17, 2023, Vaathi will be released. Venky Atluri is the film’s director. Naga Vamsi and Sai Soujanya are their producers. Together with Dhanush, Samyuktha Menon, Samuthirakani, Sai Kumar, and others, the movie stars them. The tentative release date on streaming services is April 17, 2023, and Netflix has secured digital rights.

Written By : Indori Nerd

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