Krishna Kulasekaran as Vanavarayan
Ma Ka Pa Anand as Vallavarayan
Monal Gajjar as Anjali
S. P. B. Charan
Sowcar Janaki as Krishna & Anand grand-mother
Santhanam as Monal Gajjar fiancé
Priya Rose as S P B Charan's wife
The story revolves around two brother's relationship that breaks because of a girl and the story is filled with love, romance, comedy, action, entertainment etc.
Vanavarayan and Vallavarayan are two brothers who are care-free teenagers. One day Vanavarayan meets a girl named Anjali in a marriage and falls in love with her. In the beginning she rejects him. Vanavarayan follows her and she accepts his love at last. Their love journey goes well until one day they travel to Pazhani. Anjali with her lover is seen by her uncle who is a drunkard. After this incident, Anjali's family arranges her marriage with Suresh, a USA return wealthy man, portrayed by Santhanam.
Anjali breaks down and secretly meets Vanavarayan. But the family mistakes them as they are running away. So Anjali's brother, portrayed by S. P. B. Charan beats Vanavarayan. On hearing this incident Vallavarayan in drunken state pulls Anjali's father, portrayed by Jayaprakash from her house and beats and tears his cloth before the public. This makes Anjali to hate Vanavarayan and insists Vanavarayan to throw away his relation with his brother, then only she will marry him. But Vanavarayan says that his brother is important to him than her and starts to ignore her.
But Vallavarayan finds that Vanavarayan is unable to forget Anjali. So he plan to reunite Vanavarayan with Anjali but all plans going in vain. How Vanavarayan unites the pair and Does Vanavarayan sacrifice his relation with his brother for his love for Anjali? is the rest of the story.
Rajmohan made his directorial debut with Kunguma Poovum Konjum Puravum (2009) produced by S. P. B. Charan and soon after release it was announced that Charan would also produce the director's next venture titled Vanavarayanum Vallavarayanum starring the producer himself and Premgi Amaren in the lead roles. However the film failed to progress into production. In September 2010, it was announced that Krishna would now portray the lead role in the film which would produced by Talking Times Movies, run by his father 'Pattiyal' Sekar and Chehak Kapoor. Rajmohan announced the film's title was based on the characters played by Rajinikanth and Napoleon in the 1992 film Yejaman, However the film remained on hold for two years until the release of Krishna's Kazhugu, before production work began again in mid-2012.
TV star Ma Ka Pa Anand was selected to play a second lead role in the film, appearing as Krishna's brother. Niharika Kareer, who gained popularity with the reality show Splitsvilla, was signed and is all set to play Makapa Anand's pair. She plays a traditional Tamil girl in the film. Monal Gajjar, who has acted in a couple of Telugu films, was signed to appear in her first Tamil film after being excited by her role and the production house. Veteran actress Sowcar Janaki agreed to play a role in the film after a 15-year sabbatical and will be seen as Krishna's And Ma Ka Pa Anand's grandmother.
The film was launched on 22 June 2012, ten days after the shoot started in Nagercoil and Pollachi.
The film's soundtrack is composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja, who had also scored the music for Rajmohan's previous film Kunguma Poovum Konjum Puravum. The album features six tracks and is released on 5 May 2014 at Sathyam Cinemas, Chennai.
All lyrics written by Snehan (except where noted).
The film received mixed to positive response. Behindwoods wrote "VV's recipe is clearly targeted at the rural masses and the cocktail of comedy, familial tiffs and sentiments ought to work with this target group. The male leads, Kreshna and Ma Ka Pa Anand are energetic and perform without inhibitions, with the latter's famed timing at comedy coming in handy on quite a few instances." Times of India wrote "This is a slightly outdated plot but could still work as a lighthearted entertainer. However, the problem is that director Rajamohan has difficulty in maintaining the right tone. The film often veers between juvenile humour and an anything-goes approach to heavy-duty melodrama that it becomes jarring after a point."
The film opened to 65% - 70% occupancy on first day.The film collected ₹4.9 crore in its first day due to the competition from Sigaram Thodu which is doing very well across the center.The film witnessed low on second day, it collected ₹3.6 crore at the box office.On third day it got better collection compared to opening and second day, it collected ₹6 crore at the box office.The film minted ₹14.5 crore at the box office which is very well for Krishna Kulasekaran film.