After Veeram, Ajith and Siva are working together in Vedalam which is a film that is tailor-made for Ajith. Vedalam depends only on Ajith. We don't have much stronger supporting actors nor antagonist to equally match Ajith's screen presence. He is the only one who makes us cry, laugh, and engage throughout the film. He has two different shades in this film which he does with perfection. His look in the flashback is a very big treat for the fans. The flashback portion is a perfect tribute to his larger than life image. It's the place where Ajith shines like a star. We have seen so many revenge films in Tamil and Vedalam is again one among them. It's a simple revenge action drama that has shades of Suresh Krishna's Baashha and several action potboilers. Siva added strong sister sentiments which work only a few places and leave us with the feeling of a Déjà vu. The lack of originality seems to hit the film really hard because there's nothing interesting to get out from this film except Ajith's brilliant performance. The only factor that lifts the film is the fan moments specially made for Ajith fans. Other than that, Vedalam has nothing else to offer to the audience. Anirudh's adrenaline rushing background score and the famous "Aaluma Doluma" song works at the needed places and even adds the celebratory feel to the film. Overall, Vedalam is strictly for Ajith fans.