Vikram Sketch Telugu Movie Review, Rating (3.5/5) – Sketch Review


Actor Vikram Tamil Film Sketch Which Released a Few Days back in Tamil received nice reviews and rich ratings from Kollywood film critics. Vijay Chander is directing Sketch and produced by Kalaipuli S. Thanu & Moving Frame. Film Makers Going to Release in Telugu this Friday in the Telugu States because actor has the huge fanbase in Andhra and Telangana so makers planned to spread film market to Telugu states to make nice amount at box office.

Chiyaan has collaborated with Vijay Chandar of Vaalu fame, and paired up with Tamannaah Bhatia, who has played a Tamil Brahmin girl named Amuthavalli. It also has Soori, Radharavi, Vela Ramamoorthy, Ravi Kishan, RK Suresh, Sriman and others in the cast.The film has S Thaman’s music. Songs like Kanave Kanave, Cheeni Chillaallee and Vaanam Thoorammalae have struck a chord with the audience. M Sukumar and Ruben are the other important members of the technical team: They have handled the cinematography and editing departments, respectively. Sketch appears to be an action-packed film with an interesting story.

Story Plot: Sketch aka Jiiva (Vikram) is the man in control and carries out his job with absolute perfection. He plays a trusted employee to Saettu (Hareesh Peradi), who offers loans for motor vehicles. Sketch is entrusted with the job of seizing the vehicles if the due amount is not paid.

One day, Saettu explains how he ended up there and emotionally explains how a vintage Fiat car was flicked by Royapuram gangster Kumar (Babu Raj) from his father. Sketch and three of his friends are moved, and carefully chalk out a plan to seize the car. The repercussions are heartless and the proceedings that follow reveal who is at fault.

Review: Chiyaan Vikram is at his best as the cool gangster with a heart of gold, and his rough and tough looks are reminiscent of his Bheema days and his act is as always enticing. Tamannaah has been given a tremendous image makeover with simple looks of a girl next door and clad classy in sarees, and with her subdued act, appeals. RK Suresh and Ravi Kishan are at their menacing best and impress with their stunning Villainy. The rest of the cast including Vela Ramamoorthy and Radharavi is just adequate.

One of the high points of the film is the climax, and Vijay Chandar takes us by surprise. If he could have concentrated more on the first half and the screenplay, the message in the climax would have hit the right notes.

Thaman’s backgrounds score is stunning and captivating, elevating most of the sequences to peak levels of mass and ups the heroism factor very well. Of his compositions, Dhadikara, Cheeni Chillale songs are hum-worthy. Sukumar’s fine Cinematography captures the raw nature and setup of Sketch’s livelihood and presents the songs aesthetically. Vijay chandar, after a bad start to his career with the lackluster Vaalu that failed mainly due to the huge delays, has this time joined hands with Chiyaan Vikram for sketch, a mass entertainer.

Sketch Rating: 3.5/5

Bottom Line: Sketch is a commercial entertainer ideal for mass audiences and hardcore Vikram fans. Let’s face it, Taman’s score and the sincerity that Vikram brings to the film are its only strengths.

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