Hrithik Roshan’s Vikram Vedha Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Vikram Vedha Movie Review: ‘War,’ which came out in 2019, had Hrithik Roshan, one of the most gifted actors in Indian cinema. Audiences were taken aback by the actor’s rough appearance in the first look for his next film Vikram Vedha, and the anticipation for the film has only grown with the release of the film’s teaser and trailer. Now that the highly-anticipated “Vikram Vedha” has arrived in theatres, let’s go deep into our review to find out if you should go see it.

Vikram Vedha Movie Review


Rough and tumble cop Vikram and his partner Simon are on the search for the smuggler and killer Vedha. In an act of submission, Vedha begins telling Vikram the story of how he came to be the man he is now and offers his assistance. What happens next is the main focus of the narrative.

Cast & Crew

Hrithik Roshan, Saif Ali Khan, Radhika Apte, Sharib Hashmi, Satyadeep Misra, and Rohit Saraf are just a few of the stars of Vikram Vedha. Pushkar and Gayathri serve as the film’s directors, and Neeraj Pandey, Bhushan Kumar, Shital Bhatia, Shibashish Sarkar, and S. Shashikanth serve as the film’s producers. Vishal-Shekhar composed the music, and Sam CS did the score for the film’s background. Photographer PS Vinod is in charge of the cinematography.

Movie Name Vikram Vedha
Director Pushkar-Gayathri
Music Director Vishal-Shekhar
Producer Neeraj Pandey, Bhushan kumar, Shital Bhatia, Shibashish Sarkar & S Shashikanth
Genre Action, Crime, Drama
Cast Hrithik Roshan, Saif Ali Khan, Radhika Apte, Sharib Hashmi, Satyadeep Misra, Rohit Saraf
Cinematography PS Vinod

Movie Verdict

The movie Vikram Vedha was officially adapted from the Tamil blockbuster of the same name. The same directing team that brought you the original is responsible for this update. The screenplay and characters of Vikram Vedha are well-written and engaging. The first half of the film is devoted largely to establishing the main characters, while the second half is when the real action happens. The second act contains numerous shocking scenes. The film’s simplicity belies a few unexpected twists that provide the necessary tension. When we compare Hindi to Tamil, we can notice that there have been very few alterations and additions to the former.

Hrithik Roshan is a perfect fit for the part of Vedha, both physically and in terms of his acting ability. Hrithik gave a terrific performance as Vedha, and even if you haven’t seen the Tamil original, you’ll adore him. Vijay Sethupathi, who portrayed the same role in the original Tamil version, may look exceptional in the light of comparisons to the original. Saif Ali Khan excels as the honest cop Vikram and does a great job in the film. The actress who played Saif’s wife, Radhika Apte, was outstanding as always, despite the fact that her role had very little screen time. Both Rohit Saraf and Sharib Hashmi performed a great job. The film’s supporting cast also delivered commendable performances.

Vikram Vedha is stunning from a technical standpoint. The music by Vishal-Shekhar is enjoyable, and the scene in which Hrithik Roshan performs the song “Alcoholia”—with its implausible dance sequences—should be entertaining to watch on the big screen. One of the best parts of the film is the original score by Sam CS. The cinematography by PS Vinod, which features some ominous visuals that raise the mood of the plot and keep the audience engaged on the movie, is another major asset. The fight scenes are spectacularly staged and acted out. The movie looks like it cost a lot to make.

The brilliant Pushkar–Gayathri directing combination worked their magic once more. They translated Vikram Vedha’s charm well into Tamil, and the little adjustments they made didn’t detract from the film’s overall appeal. I’m glad the filmmakers stayed true to the source material and didn’t try to add their own spin.

Vikram Vedha succeeds as a commercially successful film because it features exciting action sequences, a compelling narrative, and outstanding turns from its leading actors. It’s imperative that you see this film in a theatre.

Plus Points:

Actors Performances


Background Music

Minus Points:

Few Dragged scenes

Rating: 3.75/5

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