A maverick with a kind nature - as platitude as that may sound, that is Varky, who is at the focal point of this story. Composed and coordinated by debutante Adarsh Venugopalan, Varky plays out like one of those careless rom-coms in Bollywood with a hoodlum at the focal point of all the confusion. Be that as it may, to its disservice, Varky neglects to try and set up the bedlam here. Regardless of it's short run time, it just continues endlessly.
Varky (Samad Sulaiman) is a citation gunda who accomplishes the filthy work for his Ashaan (Salim Kumar) and, when need be, in any event, for cops. In any case, bedlam results when his Ashaan relegates him a vocation to hijack a lady of the hour to-be just before her wedding.
Samad Sulaiman is enchanting as Varky. We don't have the foggiest idea whether they were going for beguiling, in light of the fact that for the most part a rascal who breaks teeth and bones isn't actually enchanting in genuine world. Furthermore, on a typical day a woman, a rehearsing specialist at that, wouldn't excuse being grabbed. However, that is the most trivial part of their issues here, on the grounds that who are we joking in this rationale less universe! Drishya Dinesh as Mable Pothen, the female lead, is gutsy and genuine to the degree that the content permits her. Her presentation endures extraordinarily on account of poor composition. In any case, in any case the on-screen character was on point! At best the melodies are engaging and fun. The cinematography is very engaging.
Yet, the remainder of the cast, including Salim Kumar, Alencier Ley Lopez, Sreejith Ravi, Maala Parvathy and Jaffer Idukki are completely squandered in a spirit less content composed for modest chuckles. Varky is more or less unsurprising the manner in which it unfurls, aside from the bend in peak, which truth be told, transforms into a careful disillusionment. Recollect Rajasenan satire performers from the 90s that were thoughtless, truly, yet at the same time made you laugh? The least one expects are chuckles and excites like those. Be that as it may, even that was not to be. Varkey plays out like a series of limericks combined without a reasonable purpose. It is said that in a story your hero is just as solid as your adversary. What's more, when they fizzle at building a substantial enemy their saint is left hooking at straws. The story is confounding to the point that there are partitions that expect you to strain your ears on the foundation score to conclude whether to giggle or grieve!
Varkey is a film you can endure in the event that you happen to risk on it, as in a between state transport venture or something like that. However, regardless of whether one ought to enthusiastically put ones time in it is an inquiry one must answer dependent on the amount they esteem their time.