VIKRANT RONA fails to impress as a result of poor script, course and size.

Vikrant Rona Evaluation {1.5/5} & Evaluation Score

VIKRANT RONA is the story of a cop making an attempt to unravel a troublesome case. A cop named Suresh Krishna is posted within the city of Kamarottu. He mysteriously will get murdered. Inspector Vikrant Rona (Kichcha Sudeepa) is transferred to Kamarottu and instructed to take up Suresh’s place. Vikrant arrives in Kamarottu along with his daughter Guddi (Samhitha). His automotive’s tyre will get punctured as quickly as he enters the village. Vikrant begins investigating the homicide of Suresh Krishna and that is the place he learns that just about 16 youngsters have been killed within the city. The villagers imagine that the city is haunted and it’s an evil spirit who’s behind these murders.

Movie Review: Vikrant Rona

A parallel monitor going within the movie is that of Sanju (Nirup Bhandari). He’s the son of Janardhan Gambhira (Madhusudhan Rao) and had run away from Kamarottu as a toddler after he was caught stealing gold from the village temple. He returns after almost 26 years. Janardhan, nevertheless, doesn’t enable him to enter his home. The opposite visitor who arrives in Kamarottu is Janardhan’s son Vishwanath (Ravishankar Gowda). He’s visiting alongside along with his daughter Aparna aka Panna (Neetha Ashok) and son Munna (Siddu Moolimani). Aparna’s marriage is mounted with a person named Rakesh and Vishwanath needs to get the wedding down of their ancestral home. Janardhan refuses at first as the home, thought-about to be haunted, is shut ever since Sanju stole the gold almost 26 years in the past. Vikrant realizes that there could be a connection between the murders and that of Janardhan’s members of the family. What occurs subsequent varieties the remainder of the movie.

Anup Bhandari’s story is poor, and is a revenge drama. Anup Bhandari’s screenplay is complicated and needlessly stretched. The movie has too many characters and most of them don’t have a lot to do fairly than add to the suspicion, or fairly confusion, in order that viewers hold guessing who the offender could possibly be. In doing so, the viewers don’t take pleasure in doing the guessing sport. Relatively, they get annoyed. Sanjay Upadhyay’s Hindi dialogues are nothing particular.

Anup Bhandari’s course is just not upto the mark. To offer credit score the place it is due, the movie is mounted on an enormous scale and he has dealt with the grandeur very effectively. He additionally efficiently brings out the eerie environment. Nevertheless, these elements can’t assist salvage a movie. One must relate to the goings-on and root for the hero. Sadly, that doesn’t occur as one can gained’t have the ability to join with the storyline. A number of questions stay unanswered and, sure developments are very foolish. As an example, when Sanju and Panna see Vikrant within the guise of the killer, it’s bewildering why don’t they inform their members of the family about it? Furthermore, it’s laughable that in a village the place 16 youngsters have been butchered to loss of life, the remainder of the villages, as a substitute of being cautious, are as a substitute making merry, singing songs and residing life as if all is effectively!

The Satan’s Fury – Gumma Banda Gumma | Theme Music Hindi | Vikrant Rona | Kichcha Sudeep

Talking of performances, Kichcha Sudeepa is in an excellent kind and brings the required mass component to the movie. He appears fairly dashing. Jacqueline Fernandez (Rakkamma) appears scorching scorching. Nevertheless, she’s there for only a scene and a music and Hindi viewers can be dissatisfied to see that she has such a restricted position. Furthermore, her character is that of a bar proprietor who additionally doubles up as a bar dancer and that’s fairly foolish. Neetha Ashok places up a assured act. Nirup Bhandari is respectable. Samhitha is cute. Karthik Rao (Fakru) and Vajradheer Jain (Lawrence Pinto) are okay and attempt to elevate laughs, albeit unsuccessfully. Priya V (Sanju’s mom) leaves a mark. Vishwa (Constable Tawde) and Ranjan Shetty (Constable Prajapati) are advantageous. Madhusudhan Rao, Siddu Moolimani, Ravishankar Gowda, Ramesh Kukkuvalli (Eknath Gambhira), Dushyant Rai (Moosa) and Yogish Shetty (Nittoni) are okay. Milana Nagaraj (Renu) is sweet in a cameo.

B Ajaneesh Loknath’s music is poor. ‘Ra Ra Rakkamma’ stands out and is effectively choreographed and shot. ‘Rajkumari’ rests on an attention-grabbing concept however appears compelled. The identical goes for ‘The Satan’s Fury – Gumma Banda Gumma Theme’. ‘Hey Fakira’ is nothing particular. B Ajaneesh Loknath’s background rating is massy.

William David’s cinematography is spectacular. The locales are very effectively captured. VFX is first-rate. Nevertheless, the movie is simply too darkish. It’ll pose an issue in sure single display screen theatre the place the brightness anyway is low. A Vijay’s motion is nice. However the fights in Kichcha Sudeepa’s entry scene is the one one which works effectively. The remainder of the scenes lack soul and therefore, fail to entice. The difficult one-take motion shot within the climax additionally doesn’t work for a similar purpose. Shiva Kumar J’s manufacturing design is superb. Neetha Shetty’s costumes are trendy, particularly those worn by Kichcha Sudeepa and Jacqueline Fernandez. Ashik Kusugolli’s modifying is weak. The movie ought to have been shorter by round 20 minutes.

On the entire, VIKRANT RONA fails to impress as a result of poor script, course and lengthy size. On the field workplace, the Hindi model has been launched with restricted buzz and therefore, it’ll have a troublesome time.

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