It is a multi-starrer in the truest sense of the word. Lokesh Kanagaraj’s films present multiple narratives and ensemble casts. Kamal Haasan is also no stranger to this area. The actor has a long list of ensemble films, where he happily frees up space for his acting colleagues – whether it is a serious drama like Virumandi or a comedy like Panchathanthiram. He did it again with Vikram. And this time it was Fahadh Faasil who shared the glory. Fahadh Faasil and Vijay Sethupathi share a narrative and dramatic charge. VJS is in its comfortable place with eccentricity, but the quiet presentation does not always hit the note. The film makes good use of all its actors and gives them all unforgettable moments.
Talking About Story
This is a high-octane action film in which a special investigator is assigned to a case of serial killing. As the investigation continues, he sees that the case is not what it is and that leading the way will only end in a war between all involved.
Kamal Haasan is seen as AK Vikram, the commander of the government agent, Fahadh Faasil as the Amar policeman and Vijay Sethupathi as Santhanam, an evil gangster with golden teeth. Vikram’s task is to save the life of a high-ranking government official who was kidnapped by two brothers, one of whom is a gangster and the other a politician. Will he be successful in his mission, and if so, how did he make the story of it?
This story will definitely tune Agent Vikram, but in a way it also applies to Kamal Haasan. Vikram is the first theatrical performance of this experienced actor after four long years. He is not interested in feeding money collections. Many people wrote to him. But all you need to do is look at the man to find out why he is king. (or we should say GOAT). In Vikram, Kamal Haasan for loot. This is not a much-needed role for an actor. But it’s a pleasure to see him in this whole action (literally) avatar.
Vikram is not without flaws. There are locks and logical differences – some are clearer than others. But then the cinema how to make a film, suspend infidelity and preserve it. It’s fast – the shots and cuts have a nice rhythm. The camera dances very smoothly around its characters. (Cinematography by Girish Gangadharan and edited by Philomin Raj) This run is small in the second half, but Anirudh is a ridiculous completion of a brand of strength in keeping the wall.
Vikram’s climax paves the way for a sequel – which could be another coup for Lokesh as the film unfolds. This means one of the most exciting actors in the confrontation of Tamil cinema. Vikram’s charm lies in such innovations – small and large. Tamil cinema has not been very lucky with franchises, but here we hope to see Agent Vikram soon.