Lokesh Kanagaraj is a director who has amazed the audience and the film industry with his talent. One of the masterpieces taken with Vijay is a bit confusing. Kamal Haasan, who did not appear in the Telugu audience again after "Vishwaroopam 2", appeared with "Vikram" four years later. Surya plays a guest role in this film, shot in a crazy combination of Lokesh and Kamal. And let's see how this crazy film is .. !!
Story: A series of murders take place in the city. The murder team sends the murder videos to the police department. Special Officer Amar (Fahad Fazil) was appointed to crack the case. Unexpected facts about Vikram (Kamal Haasan) are revealed in the investigation started by Amar.
Who is the real Vikram? What has Vikram got to do with the serial killings in the city? That is something to know by watching the movie "Vikram".
Cast: Judging but not rating Kamal Haasan as an actor is not a generation. Let's keep an eye on the variations & emotions he shows in this movie. Kamal's style is reminiscent of Hollywood movies, especially in action scenes. For future actors .. Kamal's performance in the milk mixing scene for his grandson is like a textbook reference.
If you want to stand in front of Kamal's screen presence & performance .. Fahad & Vijay Sethupathi acted as his rival in this film and became a special asset to the film.
In the end, Surya in the role of "Rolex" not only added a good kick to the cameo movie... He also added a good lead to "Prisoner 2 & Vikram 2". Lokesh is said to be the director who properly utilized Surya's eyes after RGV & Sudha Kongara.
Technical Team Work: Main Asset to Cinematographer Girish Gangadharan Work "Vikram". He took the film to a different level in everything from lighting and tint to framing. Not only is Kamal Haasan presented in a way that has never been seen before .. but the way the action blocks are pictured is also good.
Anirudh has always been the lifeblood of the film with his background music. Production design & artwork are good.
Director Lokesh Kanagaraj shot "Vikram" very well without missing Kamal Mark in his meter. The way Kamal Haasan wrote the character, and the way he linked his 1987 film "Vikram" to his previous film "Prisoner" was shocking. Lokesh has created a cinematic universe in the "KGF" range.
The elevation given to the movie "Vikram 2 or Prisoner 2" .. made Kamal, Surya, and Karthi wait to see each other on the same screen from time to time. Kamal, Fahad & Vijay Sethupathi's approach to designing action blocks, Interval & Climax in particular is not only appealing to the fans but also to the commercial audience.
As a director, Lokesh not only achieved 100% success with "Vikram" but also gave Kamal a good commercial hit years later.
Analysis: For Kamal Haasan fans, Lokesh Kanagaraj's Vikram is a movie that gives full meals to the audience who love taking. Releasing with less hype is another asset to the film.