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Friday, March 4

Vetta (2016) - Review Roundup

After the failure of his previous flick Mili in box office, we have to say that Rajesh Pillai had made a superb come back as a director through Vettah. He made it an edge of the seat thriller and the kept the element of suspense and thrill throughout the film. (Read more)
Rating: 3.75 out of 5

Sometimes the most interesting of thoughts do not make the most fascinating films. 'Vetta' is thus an appealing design lost somewhere along the way it was crafted into a film, and never quite captures the intensity that it had originally set out to scale. (Read more)
Rating: 2 out of 5

If you are willing to look in to the sensibility factor of the story, there are lot of plot points in the film Vettah that sort of sticks out. It is interesting because of the way the characters are connected in to the conflict of the plot, but the high amount of coincidences and the ambitious level of planning kind of disturbs our logical thinking. (Read more)
Rating: 2.5 out of 5

But what works in the film’s favour are mainly, the reasonably brisk pace and then, the less than two-hour duration. (Read more)
Rating: 2 out of 5

Vetta is gripping to the core and is so measured that it is hard to take the eyes off the screen till the moment the end credits start rolling. (Read more)

Vettah can be a moderately engaging one-time watch, if you walk in with reasonable expectations. (Read more)
Rating: 3 out of 5

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