Anamika Web Series Review
ORE AST REW
- Krishna Bhatt
- Abhishek Shete
- Kuldeep Mehan
- Vikram Bhatt
- The screenplay and execution are perfect
- The stars’ performances are impressive
- The visuals and editing are incredible
- A few minor flaws
Anamika is scripted and directed by Vikram Bhatt. Vikram produced the series in association with Krishna Bhatt. Abhishek Shete cranked the camera. Kuldeep Mehan and Sudhir Mehan edited the series. Sunny Leone, Romil K Sharma, Shehzad Shaik and Sonnalli Seygall are cast. Moses Fernandes and Azaz Sattar Sheikh are the stunt choreographers.
Anamika met with an accident, and Dr. Prashant saves her. Except for this, she doesn’t remember anything. After a deep thought, she decides to settle with him in life. When they were about to take the next step in their life, she was attacked. Her enemies and friends search for her. But, Anamika is completely wiped off and cannot bring even a minor incident from her past into her memory. Anamika, as Agent M, had collected sensitive information and had kept it safe. But, as she loses her memory, she doesn’t know who her friends and enemies are. She is confused about how to deal with the people who chase her. How will Anamika come out from this? Will she get her memory back? Will she help her colleagues in finishing their goals? The rest of the story deals with it.
Sunny Leone looks stylish. Her body language during the action sequences is fantastic. The stunt sequences are exciting, and she hooks the movie buffs with her impressive performance. The rest of the cast have done their part well.
The director has come up with an interesting women-centric film with a thrilling plot. The characters and the sequences are designed well. The cat and mouse game is neatly sketched. The action scenes are shot well, and Sunny Leone excelled in it. Those sequences make the audience glued to the seats to watch the winner. The action choreographers impressed the audience by making a good action sequence and had done justice to the genre. The cinematography is fantastic, especially in the action scenes. Similarly, the editors have done an incredible job, maintaining the thrill.
What’s Not There?
The series is a complete Sunny Leone show with her excellent performance and action sequence. With a quick screenplay and decent execution, Anamika impresses the audience!