Vikrant Rona Movie Review: Excellent opening for Kichcha Sudeep’s film, earns Rs 35 cr

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The film is a suspense drama that has a great backdrop, solid performance by Sudeep, and amazing production values. 
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Vikrant Rona Movie Review: Excellent opening for Kichcha Sudeep's film, earns Rs 35 cr
Vikrant Rona Movie Review: Excellent opening for Kichcha Sudeep's film, earns Rs 35 cr

Vikrant Rona, Kichcha Sudeep starrer film released across the globe on Thursday. Vikrant Rona (3D)is an action thriller that runs in the vein of mystery and crime. 

The film’s titular character, Vikrant aka the Lord of the Dark, who strikes fear into the hearts of his enemies in the film, is portrayed by a Kannada actor.

Vikrant Rona, which has been hailed as having appealing visuals, also stars Jacqueline Fernandez, Nirup Bhandari, and Neetha Ashok.

With its use of 3D and visual effects, Anup Bhandari’s film appears to have had a profound effect on the audience. The movie had a stellar worldwide opening of Rs 35 crore.

The movie opens with a folktale and then starts to gain popularity among the locals due to their belief in the tale. When an inspector is tragically killed, the actor Sudeep, who portrays the title character, arrives on the scene. Following the trial of the murder leads Vikrant Rona to an even more convoluted maze.

For the movie, Baadshah Sudeep carries the bulk of the workload. He plays a significant role in the movie, just as the mystery and the crime’s hints do.

He excels in this character, which necessitates shedding every emotion ever defined. With his innocent appearance, Sanju actor Nirup Bhandari wins us over. Neetha Ashok fills the screen with her flamboyance.

While Jacqueline Fernandez and the rest of the ensemble deliver performances that are appropriate to their roles.

Vikrant Rona is a dark movie both in terms of its plot and its visuals. Perfectly capturing the ambiance of the night is William David.

Ajaneesh Loknath’s songs lack vivacity and are prone to being forgotten. The spooky atmosphere was enhanced by the background score, which sent shivers down the spine.

The movie is presented by Salman Khan Films, Zee Studios, and Kichcha Creations in north India. It is produced by Jack Manjunath under his production Shalini Arts and co-produced by Alankar Pandian of Invenio Origins. 

While the others are set aside for the script’s development, Sudeep’s dialogue shines at the right time. The narrative’s suspenseful impact is diminished by contrived events.

The story is given a slight twist with some aspects of terror, which adds flavor but is ultimately destroyed by the scenes that come next. Overall, the film is a suspense drama that has a great backdrop, solid performance by Sudeep, and amazing production values. 

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