VIKRAM - An Action Carnage

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Rating: 3.25/5

Cast: Kamal Haasan, Vijay Sethupathi, Fahad Faasil

Music: Anirudh Ravichander

Dialogues: Rathna

Cinematography: Girish Gangadharan

Editor: Philomin Raj

Producer: Kamal
Haasan, R. Mahendran

Written: Lokesh

Director: Lokesh

Lokesh Kanagaraj, the most critically acclaimed director in
Kollywood town, went wrong a bit with Master, but he doesn't disappoint this
time. He gets to show none other than Ulaga Nayagan Kamal Himself along with
the most talented duo of Makkal Selvan and Fahad Fasil in VIKRAM. Lokesh did
all the best one can do when you get three meaty actors in the town with Rustic
and Brawn action scenes.

You get to see the quick wit of an investigation officer in
Amar played by FaFa, Vijay Sethupathi as Santhanam an un-glitched massy portrayal
of Drug world ruthless Don and the mammoth Kamal Hassan himself as
Karnan/Vikram A Stealthiest Agent in recent times, an uncompromising
etching of the Protagonist minding his age. What makes the three confront each
other forms the screenplay which doesn't give you time to breathe in this edge
of the Seat Action Thriller.

Kamal Sir Playing with every type of Weapon and being a
Weapon, himself is a fan touch by Lokesh, forget not to mention the
"Marlon Brando"ic monologue in the mid-act depicting the reason behind
the Action Carnage. Though the narration gives you a hint of what the climax is
going to be, Lokesh doesn't disappoint by showing the "Arnold"ic Rampage in the end.

Now, what comes as the finest touch is the integration of
Vikram with Khaithi and the scenes that lead to both Khaithi-2 and Vikram-2 and
the subtle reference to Quentin Tarantino.

Suriya's Impactful cameo, in the end, is a Cherry on the

Last but not the least what keeps the adrenaline rushing throughout the movie is the
Electrifying music composition from Anirudh.

Vikram is a Love letter to Kamal Hassan from Lokesh and
Kamal's classic comeback redefining an action thriller.

A Cinematic Universe is under making, Brace Yourselves.

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