Filmmaker Sundar C’s action-comedy film Vantha Rajavathaan Varuven starring Silambarasan aka Simbu in the lead role is a must-watch flick. It’s a complete family entertainer that has all the essential ingredients that make a film super-hit. The film which also has veteran actors like Prabhu, Nasser and Ramya Krishnan on board, entertainingly conveys a beautiful message.
In this web-post, we will take a look at five things we all can learn from Adithya aka Raja (played by Silambarasan) in the film.
Adithya, who is the only grandson of a Madrid-based business tycoon Raghunandan (played by Nasser), is extremely caring. To fulfil his grandfather’s last wish, he takes up the challenge of convincing his aunt Nandhini (played by Ramya Krishnan) to reunite with him and his family. Raghunandan had disowned Nandhini after she married Prakash (played by Prabhu) without his consent. Now, on his eightieth birthday, Raghunandan wishes to have his daughter by his side.
Adithya saves Prakash’s life after he suffers a stroke while driving his car. He also wants to see his grandfather happy, so he decides to fulfil his last wish.
When Nandhini and Prakash refuse to accept his relationship with their daughter Maya, Adithya politely reminds them of what they did decades ago. He tells them that they offended their parents by marrying without their consent.
Adithya respects the elders in his family and does all that he can to keep their spirits high. He is obedient and respectful.
Adithya is very attached to his grandfather, father, aunt and his entire family. He travels from Madrid in Spain to India to reunite his family members. It is out of love that he tried to mend broken fences.
To get inspired by Adithya, watch Vantha Rajavathaan Varuven, exclusively on ZEE5 and for more entertainment, watch horror film Lisaa to know why you shouldn’t leave the elders in your family alone.