Kamal Hasan’s Vikram Telugu Movie Review

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Vikram Telugu Movie Review: Kamal Hasan needs no introduction; we all know he made history in Indian cinema with his flicks and characters. The truth is that he made many Tamil films, but the majority of them were flops, but when it came to Telugu, he made a few straight Telugu films, and the majority of them were huge hits, and those films became cult classics; undoubtedly, the Telugu audience owned him as a Telugu man, and now he has come up with,

Vikram Telugu Movie Review

However, the film has finally released today, June 03, 2022, and is generating unimaginable buzz, as all movie fans, particularly Kalmal Hasan fans, have been going crazy in the theatres, so without further ado, let’s get into an in-depth review of the film and see whether Vikram is worth watching or not.

Vikram Story

Vikram is an action thriller in which Arun Kumar Vikram (Kamal Hasan) is a retired RAW agent known for his harshness and capacity to punish criminals to some extent since there are multiple kidnappings in the city under the guise of Mask Man. Meanwhile, Amar (Fahadh Fasil) is a cop who conducts an inquiry to catch the masked guys and learns about a criminal named Santhanam in the process (Vijay Sethupathi). Vikram eventually discovers that Santhanam has a connection to kidnappings and that he, too, has a hidden assignment; but, what is the secret objective and who is the masked man? You gotta view the film to learn all of this.

Cast & Crew

Vikram, written and directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, stars Kamal Haasan, Vijay Sethupathi, and Fahadh Faasil. The film was directed by Girish Gangadharan, the music was composed by Anirudh Ravichandran, and it was produced by Kamal Haasan and R. Mahendran under the banner of Raaj Kamal Films International.

Cast LeadsKamal Haasan, Vijay Sethupathi, Fahadh Faasil
DirectorLokesh Kanagaraj
ProducerKamal Haasan & R.Mahendran
Written byLokesh Kanagaraj
Music Anirudh Ravichandran
DOPGirish Gangadharan

Movie Verdict

Vikram’s USP (Unique Selling Point) is unquestionably Kamal Hasan, with Vijay Sethupathi and Fahadh Faasil functioning as extras. Audiences go to see them because Vikram is the biggest multi-starrer picture ever filmed, and dealing with three legends is no easy chore. However, in terms of the film, Vikram has a fantastic premise, since Lokesh is known for adopting a dismal theme, which worked well in Vikram to immerse the viewer in Vikram’s reality.
The movie starts off well and doesn’t get boring until the interval because Lokesh Kanagaraj has written brilliant scenes, right from the start to the end, he will engage you with his taking but Vikram, it reflects Hollywood movie’s inspiration in terms of taking and shot composition, as usual, the interval worked out well as it kept the curiosity to watch the second half. The second half begins slowly as the plot turns to Vikram’s memory, and it is an emotional journey.
Kamal Hasan as Vikram once again nailed it, proving that, unlike any other hero, playing this type of character at the age of 67 is not simple, but he pulled it off with ease. There are several instances where he sincerely emoted with his eyes, as is typical with Vikram. Finally, when Fahadhn’s character, Amar, is killed, he needs to portray a lot of emotions in a single scene, and he captures your heart with his performance and a lot of emotions he emotes with his eyes, and the rest of the cast did well.
Lokesh Kangaraj garnered attention with his distinctive storyline and directing approach in Kathi, starring Karthi, which Kamal Hasan praised. To begin with, he has managed acting luminaries such as Kamal Hasan, Vijay Sethupathi, and Fahadh Faasil, and he understands the audience’s pulse to know where the scenes should be lifted, which worked well in the picture. Despite the fact that Vikram is a well-written picture with Lokesh Kangaraj’s ability to captivate the audience, it falls short of expectations.
Technically, Vikram looks brilliant because Girish Gangadharan’s cinematography is the film’s biggest advantage; he understood the director’s vision in bringing the dark visuals as the color pallet and lighting; and, once again, the film’s biggest backbone is Anirudh Ravichandran, whose songs and the background score have changed the flavor of the film; and the rest of the technology did their part well.
Finally, Vikram is a three-man performance that should be seen by lovers of Kamal Hasan, Vijay Sethupathi, and Fahadh Faasil.

Movie Rating: 4/ 5

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