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Vikram Vedha is the neo noir crime thriller directed by Pushkar – Gayathri, featuring “ R Madhavan” and Vijay Sethupathi in the lead roles. The music composition is by Sam CS. PS Vinod cranks the camera. Y Not Studios produced the film on a large scale. Kannada actress Shraddha Srinath plays a pivotal role in Vikram Vedha along with Varalaxmi Sarathkumar and “ Kathir” of Kirumi fame. Vikram Vedha is supposed to be on the lines of the Hollywood film Catch Me If You Can, directed by Steven Spielberg.
Vikram Vedha is just like old Vikramadithan and Vedalam story. In Vikramadithan and Vedalam story, the Vedalam tells the story to Vikramadithan and at the end of the story, it asks him a question and if he fails to answer it right, then Vikramadithan’s head will shatter into pieces. The similar type is taken in Vikram Vedha. Maddy plays a cop and Vijay Sethupathi plays a gangster. The plot is very much interesting and you will feel it while watching. Watch the action thriller only at the theaters.
When Maddy and Vijay Sethupathi are in the cast, we need not discuss the performances. They have just swallowed everyone with their natural performances. Both the actors had a lot of maturity in their performances as well as the character selection. Shraddha, Varu and Kathir have also performed their best.
Pushkar and Gayathri had already proved their mettle in Va Quarter Cutting and Oram Po. Vikram Vedha is yet another example of their incredible creation. Whether it is the character selection or the dialogues, they have completely blown the mind of the audiences. In particular, when we notice Vijay Sethupathi’s dialogues, we could see the fact and the questions shot by him will definitely match with ours.
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Vikram Vedha is a beautifully designed film by Pushkar and Gayathri and well performed one by Maddy and Vijay Sethupathi. We should really appreciate Maddy for letting Vijay Sethupathi perform in a role which has a nice acting scope than that of his. Vikram Vedha will never disappoint you! Trust the film and visit the theaters!
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