Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan’s dazzling performance outshines in the action-thriller Vikram Veda

Eshika Chopra
Eshika Chopra

The majority of reviews for the movie have been positive, and many people have praised it for being brilliant. It’s a remake of the action thriller cult classic Tamil, and it’s perfectly alright.

The film, which also stars Saif Ali Khan and Hrithik Roshan, is a remake of the 2017 Tamil hit, which starred Vijay Sethupathi and R Madhavan in the corresponding roles. The movie premiered on September 30th, and the majority of viewers are praising Hrithik’s performance. Saif Ali Khan and Hrithik Roshan engage in an attrition battle that is full of intrigue and energy thanks to a cast of characters orbiting the cop and the criminal interacting in drastic mind games with them. The film is based on the folktale of King Vikramaditya and the Betaal (Vampire), a wise and brave king who would capture the latter and then be told a tale with a riddle at the conclusion that Vikram had to solve. Here, Vedha (Hrithik Roshan) is a gangster who rules over Lucknow, and Vikram (Saif Ali Khan) is an officer in the Uttar Pradesh Police STF. Vikram encounters Vedha three times during their game. However, Vedha’s riddle always prompts him to reexamine what is right and wrong. Each response aids in the resolution of a current case he is working on. Various honed fight scenes, action scenes, and a Hrithik dance number surround this delightful and complex folk-inspired script.

By utilizing a screenplay that has proven successful in the past and relying on two Bollywood stars who deliver strong performances, the directing team reaps significant benefits from the film’s carefully picked resources. The movie relies heavily on two prominent Bollywood actors, which hurts the actors who play supporting roles a little bit.

Even so, the movie benefits from the contributions of Radhika Apte, who steps in for Shraddha Srinath as Vikram’s lawyer-wife, and Satyadeep Mishra, who plays Vikram’s police academy classmate SSP Abbas Ali (replacing Simon from the Tamil film), and Sharib Hashmi, who plays Vedha’s enemy-turned-friend-turned-foe Babloo.

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Yogita Bihani and Rohit Saraf’s respective portrayals of Vedha’s younger brother and the girl in his life don’t seem to elicit the same level of emotion as Kathir and Varalaxmi Sarathkumar’s respective performances in the 2017 movie. These are merely blips in an intense, gripping action thriller that knows exactly what it is getting at and masterfully accomplishes its goals.

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