Villali Veeran a power packed festival movie from Janapriya Nayakan Dileep. As a festival movie it having too much fun facts to enjoy. But as like all the Dileep movies released in recent time, Villali Veeran also offering the same stroy line with different characters and situations.
Though touted as a comedy film, comical aspects are said to be lacking in it.The film is reviewed as a typical Dileep film with same old drama and sequences filled with actions, dialogues, frightful villains and double meaning jokes.
As the storyline - It revolves around Siddharthan (Dileep), who is a humble vegetable trader from a small village. He shoulders all the responsibilities of his family and is someone who is ready to sacrifice everything for his sisters. The quest for wealth leads him to a lot of troubles and the film deals with how he comes out of it.
The songs are colourful, the beats are loud, the rhythms are piercing, though none of them last longer than a bubble. Unfinished high-floor buildings with piled up construction materials form the stage for action sequences, the director even going a step further to orchestrate a terrorist attack in the middle. However Dileep as an actor infuses his character with so much energy and faith, never letting a tinge of tiredness creep into it, with a truly saint like patience, placing the film a notch above mediocrity.
The film also has Namitha Pramod, Mythili, Nedumudi Venu, Siddhique, Ganesh Kumar, Kalabhavan Shajon, Lalu Alex, Dharmajan Bolgatty, Saju Kodiyan, Suresh Krishna, Seetha, Vinay Prasad, Geetha Vijayan, Valsala Menon and Neena Kurup in important roles.