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Mohana Krishna Indraganti's Telugu action thriller V, now being aired on Amazon Prime, begins to agree with William Shakespeare's line from The Tempest: 'Right now all my enemies are lying at my mercy.' In a few of his previous films, the writer-director has acknowledged the acclaimed writers / playwrights and if in any way their work has created a stream of thought for his films. On the V, he also mentions some popular movies - from the Korean action thriller I So the Devil to the mainstream Telugu films of Raghabendra Rao and Boyapati Shrinu.


V K was captured as a mainstream action thriller that focuses on rhyme and logic. It promised an interesting face-off with whistle-worthy moments on the loose between a cop and a killer that made sense.


Rotate the brushes closer to the serial killer (let's just call her Nani now) and Cop Aditya (Sudhir Babu). Aditya is acclaimed for his work as Deputy Commissioner of Police, West Zone, Hyderabad. He’s also at the top of the ‘Most Favorite People’ list, walking down the ramp and flaunting his six-pack abs on the cover of a men’s magazine. In short, he is a media darling. The mood for celebration soon turned to the brutal murder of a colleague. The killer leaves a note behind and challenges Aditya.


At the first murder scene, no policeman showed signs of grief or frustration that one of them had died. The shadowy he appears to be later, but the lack of emotion with which the police try to spread this mystery also prevents us from investing.


Sudhir plays the police in a glamorous comfort, playing a light smack from time to time. Looking at Nani, it seems that she has enjoyed the wrapping of a dark character. He got the best line and his clash with Sudhir caused a whistle to blow when the film was released in theaters. There are sad stories to share with Nani's eyes; Seeing him, it seems that he has not been heartbroken for a long time. When he does, the murmur comes at the expense of humorous fellow passengers who have no idea what hit them.


The deadly killings continue and Sudhir’s answers unfold because all of this should have been ideologically an interesting drama. Instead, the heel of Achilles in the film is exposed. V is a product of technological sophistication with a story that becomes highly predictable.


Photographer PG Vinda, SS Thaman’s background score and sound design create the mood for a brooding thriller that’s fun with Morbid.


Despite some confusions, such as the knife-wielding parents of criminal writer Apurba (Nivetha Thomas) (Rohini and ‘Thalaivasal’ Vijay), the picture caught the eye during a close brush between the two whose presence does not add to the description. Even Nivetha’s role is disappointing. He can solve any problem just by being appointed as a consultant of criminal psychology.

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The steam starts to lose when the film tells the story of the killer together. A short love story serves as the main part of the drama’s emotion. However, the sub-plot that has arisen centering on the incident in Hyderabad gives a sense of deja vu. The crime is heinous but you have seen similar storylines in several pictures. A slight twist at the end of the story is not enough to salvage any old fashioned plot.


Aditi Rao Haidari has a mixture of innocence and weakness which is suitable for her small role. Vanella helps to lighten the teenage drama and at one point, takes a clever jib of comic actors who have just signed up for a new commercial film.


V could have benefited by many more interesting stories. As it stands now, it’s a faded story that doesn’t root you for its main characters.

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