Vetri Maaran’s directorial ‘Vada Chennai’ starring Dhanush, gets a big thumbs up from the audience and critics for its accurate portrayal of Chennai’s dark underbelly, for its use of real locations, real people and its consistent colloquial dialogue with cuss words aplenty. It took three years for completion of the dream project.Also Read - 67th National Film Awards Highlights: Rajinikanth Thanks Bus Driver Friend in Winning Speech; Kangana Ranaut Wins Big

Released in over 350 screens, Vada Chennai had early morning shows on Wednesday, 17 October, in many theatres which clearly tell the buzz created by the movie. The advance booking had met with good response, thereby ensuring a solid opening to the film. Also Read - Sivaji Ganesan's 93rd Birthday: Google Pays Tribute to Legendary Tamil Actor With a Doodle

Twitter is flooded with posts lauding the film and the cast. The response of ‘Vada Chennai’ is not only positive in India but all across the globe. The film also stars Ameer, Andrea Jeremiah, Kishore, Samuthirakani and Pawan. The story is about the life of gangsters in Vada Chennai. Also Read - Aadhaar Card Update: Now You Can Update Name, Address, Phone Number In Local Languages Too. Here’s How to do it

Take a look at the tweets here:

Vetri Maaran has brilliantly placed the underlying political happenings (in Tamilnadu during 1987), through an interesting scene where Rajan (Ameer) predicts that Jayalalithaa will be the successor of MGR. He also knows clearly what would happen to his people if he allows politicians in his area.

Santhosh Narayanan has composed the music for the film, which has been produced by Wunderbar Film and Lyca Productions. He lifts the film with his brilliant score, especially the King of Sea theme music has been amazingly placed throughout. The film’s editors Venkatesh and Ramar also must be appreciated for packaging the epic gangster saga at a run time of 166 minutes.

Watch Vada Chennai Teaser here:

A few theatres have already declared that Vada Chennai has got one of the biggest openings of 2018. “Third highest advance booking this year nearing 10k tickets after #Kaala and #CCV What a rocking opening this!! #VadaChennai. [sic]” Nikilesh Surya, the executive director of Rohini Silver Screens tweeted.

Ruban Mathivanan, the head of GK Cinemas, shared his excitement about the opening. “Incredible pressure for @dhanushkraja #VadaChennai , surely will be one of the best opening movie of 2018 and actors career. @VetriMaaran and #D combo is one of the hottest in Kollywood. Can’t wait to witness the cult classic on screen tomo @GKcinemas ..