Rating: 2.0/5

Balle Vellaiya Thevaa review from other sources

BehindWoods.com 1.75/5

The usual strengths of Sasikumar that we see in his rural based films are missing in BVT.

If the director had made up his mind about his story and had narrated sincerely, Balle Vellaiya Thevaa would have made you say Balle Sabash! But sadly, it does not happen.

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Sify.com 2/5

Darbuka Siva, who grabbed our attention with his exemplary work in Kidaari fails to impress but Ravindranath Guru's cinematography is a big plus. The bottom line is Balle Vellaiyathevaa can be appreciated only by reading the title again and again but definitely, not after watching the film.

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Galatta.com 2.5/5

Director Solai Prakash could have added more detailing to the story as it looses its plot in the midway.

Sasikumar, as usual, fits the role perfectly. This role is nothing new to him as he has done a slew of roles similar to this.

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TimesOfIndia.com 2/5

Bale Vellaya Theva wants to be a simple rural comedy with minimal stakes, but what it eventually turns out to be is a plotless film where neither the comedy nor the drama works.

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Balle Vellaiya Thevaa

  • P Solai Prakash
  • Sasikumar
  • Darbuka Siva
  • Ravindranatha Guru
  • Praveen Antony
  • P Solai Prakash
  • P Solai Prakash
  • P Solai Prakash
  • Company Productions
  • Dec 23, 2016
  • Tamil