Sasikumar plays the pampered son of mother Rohini, who happens to be the postmaster is a small town. Sasikumar is awaiting a Government job and meanwhile his mother is transferred to a small village near Madurai. During this juncture on the arrival in new place, Sasikumar has some clash with a local Cable TV operator named Valavan, but then his relatives happen to be his close friends. He also falls in love with a beautiful girl named Tanya, daughter of a mutton shop owner. Valavan wants to get bad reputation for Sasikumar and how the protagonist tries to overcome and all the hurdles forms crux of the story.
The film is reported to be a comedy caper, but then there aren’t much to appreciate on humorous episodes, which are limited to certain extent. Actress Tanya has done a decent job. But Kovai Sarala is little disappointing. Music director Darbukka Siva has tried to get brownie points with his songs and background score.
On the whole, Bale Vellaiya Theva is an average entertainer, which is worth watching once. You can go for it along with your family members if you don’t have any other preferences for this weekend.
Verdict: One time worth watchable