Vikrant Rona movie review


A cop gets killed mysteriously and in comes inspector Vikrant Rona(Sudeep) to handle the situation.

Upon investigation, he finds out that sixteen other small kids have also been killed and these murders have a connection with his life.

What is that connection? Who is the killer? and how did Vikrant Rona solve it? That forms the rest of the story.

Director Anup Bhandari has created a new world to narrate a suspense drama and the VFX also plays a major role and it looks superb.

One of the biggest assets of the film is the production values which are amazing.

The setup and world created look quite intriguing and create a tense atmosphere for the viewer.

Sudeep is one more major asset as his performance is stunning.

He has mostly solo scenes and needs to carry the film on his shoulders and Sudeep did a fantastic job.

Jacqueline Fernandez plays a cameo and she is cute in the Rakamma song.

The story is set up quite well during the initial fifteen minutes of the movie.

The climax and the way the killer is revealed are also executed quite well in the end.

A better screenplay and narration would have made the movie all the more interesting.

Rating: 3.2/5