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Vikram has done Inkokkadu after the failure of his earlier film I. Vikram could not get suitable hit after Aparichithudu. So, he kept hopes on Inkokkadu. He has selected scientific theme and acted dual roles. Nayanatara and Nitya Menon are there to add flavour to the movie. There are high expectations among the viewers on the movie
Starring: Vikram, Nayanatara, Nitya Menon, Naser, Thambi Ramaiah, Karunakran, Bala and others
Music: Harish Jairaj
Cinematography: R D Rajasekhar
Dialogues: Sasank Vennelakanti
Editing: Bhanu Srinivasan
Producer: Neelam Krishna Reddy
Story, screenplay and direction: Anand Sankar
Banner: N K R Films
Ex Cop Akhil (Vikram) along with RAW agent Arushi (Nithya Menon) join hands to solve the mystery behind the deadly bast on Indian Embassy. In their investigations they come in possession startling findings about Love (Vikram).
To find out where the investigations lead to and what is the connection of Halena (Nayanatara) enjoy Inkokkadu on silver screen.
His presence and performance are what one makes sit through the film with patience.
Nithya Menon is good and came up with an effective performance. But then the role is not as significant as we expect from her.
Nayantara as Meera is gorgeous and is fine as well in her act.
Thambi Ramaiah as Muthiah, Karunakaran as Peter are okay. Rithvika is good in a little role and manages to make an impact.
Director Anand Sankar is successful in shaping the staff with thrilling. Each frame is shown richly. There won’t be logic for certain scenes.
Cinematographer R D Rajasekhar has skillfully shown each frame richly.
Bhanu Srinivas editing is OK. Audience forget all tunes except Helana. Back ground score gives life to the film.
Production work is rich.
The first half of the film is okay but the screenplay which is needed to drive thrillers home is a letdown and pegged back the film. The interval bang instills some curiosity in the audience and the good things continue for the first 15 minutes of the second half. However, things get predictable from there, disappointing the audience. It stands as another disappointment to Aparichithudu.
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