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Director  Pushkar, Gayatri
Duration  
Running time  2h 10m
Country  India
6/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy
Release date  November 5, 2010 (India)
Writer  Gayatri, Pushkar
Language  Tamil
Va (film) movie poster
Release date  5 November 2010 (2010-11-05)
Songs  Dialogue 1
Cast  Shiva (Sunderajan (Sura)), S.P.B. Charan (Marthandan), Lekha Washington (Saraswathi (Saro)), John Vijay (Pichai (Prince) and King), Kalyan (Sokkathangam), Abhinayashree (Singari Sundaram)

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Va (Tamil: ; Tamil numeral for 1/4; working title: Va Quarter Cutting) is a 2010 Indian Tamil-language neo-noir comedy film written and directed by Pushkar-Gayathri. It stars Shiva, SPB Charan and Lekha Washington in the lead roles, with Kalyan, John Vijay and Abhinayashree playing supporting roles. The film's story takes place in one night, in which a man, with the help of his would-be brother-in-law, hunts for a last liquor before leaving to Saudi Arabia. The plot is similar to the 2004 Hollywood movie Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle.

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The film tells the story of Sunderrajan aka Sura, who with the help of his sister's fiancé Marthandam, hunts for liquor on a dry day in Chennai before leaving to Saudi Arabia.

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The film, produced by Sashikanth Sivaji's Y NOT Studios and distributed by Dhayanidhi Alagiri's Cloud Nine Movies, features film score composed by G. V. Prakash Kumar and cinematography by Nirav Shah. The shooting of the film commenced in early 2010 and was held at various locations in Chennai. The film was released on 5 November 2010 during Diwali to mixed reviews.

Va (film) movie scenes

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Plot

Sunderrajan aka Sura (Shiva) comes to Chennai from Coimbatore on his way to Saudi Arabia. He is received by Marthandam (S. P. B. Charan), a veterinary doctor, who is going to marry his sister soon.

After the travel agent informs Sura that he cannot taste liquor or women in Saudi, he, along with Marthandam, go to a wine shop to have the last gulp. It’s a dry day thanks to elections. Though disappointed, Sura is determined to taste the ‘quarter’ and starts his journey to various places in Chennai where he is told that liquor would be available. He goes to a politico who supplies wine for votes, a star hotel, an Anglo-Indian group of youngsters, a fish market, a gambling den, a kulfi shop and a brothel house among other places, all in search of ‘quarter’.

During his trip, he meets Saraswathi aka Saro (Lekha Washington) who attempts suicide after her parents scold her and King-Prince, a father-son duo (both roles played by John Vijay), who run a gambling center. How Sura, in the company of Marthandam and Saro, succeeds in his mission and leaves for Saudi Arabia forms the remaining story.

Cast

  • Arya as Chandru (guest appearance)
  • Shiva as Sunderrajan (Sura)
  • S. P. Charan as Marthandan
  • Lekha Washington as Saraswathi (Saro)
  • John Vijay as Pichai (Prince) and King
  • Kalyan as Sokkathangam
  • Manikka Vinayagam
  • Abhinayashree as Singari Sundaram
  • Kaali Venkat as Mano
  • Craig as Babyface
  • Easter Eggs

    One of the most best things and highlights are Easter eggs in this film, they are "the arts and paintings depicted in the background of each scene which portrays the exact similarities of the scene". if you watch the film background arts and paintings closely, you will analyse it.

    Development

    Sashikanth Sivaji of Y NOT Studios, began discussions for his next production in late 2009, when filming his 2010 blockbuster Thamizh Padam. He decided to work with director-duo Pushkar-Gayathri who he thought had a fresh and different script. Fresh out of the success of their debut venture Oram Po, the husband-wife duo had worked on a script that revolved around the local flavors of Chennai. They wanted their next film to be a contrast to Oram Po, which too was based on Chennai and hence worked on a comedy script for their second movie.

    The film was publicized under the title Va: Quarter Cutting, but due to the use of English words, it did not meet the requirements for the then Government of Tamil Nadu's Entertainment Tax Exemption Act, which demands titles of creative works to be in Tamil only. Thus, the film's title was changed to Va, meaning one-fourths.

    Filming

    Filming began in early 2010. Shooting was carried out in and around Chennai in the following weeks. The film's main portions were extensively shot across places in the old city and Marina beach.

    Release

    The satellite rights of the film were sold to Kalaignar. The film was given a "U/A" certificate by the Indian Censor Board.

    Soundtrack

    Soundtrack scored by G. V. Prakash Kumar. The track Unnai Kan Thedudhe is heavily inspired by his own Un Mela Aasadhan from Aayirathil Oruvan. Several parts of the score are adapted from soundtracks of the films Kill Bill, Amelie, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch.

    Tracklist

    References

    Va (film) Wikipedia
    Va (film) IMDb Va (film) themoviedb.org


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