Vedha Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Swami J Gowda
Vedha is an action thriller scripted and directed by “Harsha.” Geeta Shiva Rajkumar produced the film. “Swami J Gowda” cranked the camera, and editing is by “Deepu S Kumar.” Arjun Janya composed the music. Shiva Rajkumar, Bharath Sagar, Ganavi Laxman, Shwetha Chengappa, Aditi Sagar, “Umashree,” Veena Ponnappa, Lasya Nagaraj, Raghu Shivamogga, Jaggapa, Cheluvaraj, Prasanna, Vinay, Sanjeev, and Kuri Prathap are cast.
In the present, a girl working in a corporate company comes home annoyed as she was harassed in public by a man. Her grandmother consoles her and starts narrating the story of Vedha, who lived in the 80s. Vedha accompanies his daughter Kanaka, who is on a killing spree. They move to one village after the other after accomplishing their target. A cop named Rama searches for the duo. Why did the daughter-father duo go on the killing spree? Vedha was married to Pushpa, and they gave birth to a girl. In a heart-breaking incident that happened to him, Vedha turned arrogant. Why the granny narrated this age-old story to her granddaughter? What’s the link between Vedha’s story and the latest incident that happened to the corporate employee? The rest of the film deals with it.
This is yet another best performances by Shivanna. Aditi, Ganavi, and Shwetha did their best. Ganavi, who impressed the TV audience, is very much impressive with her performance.
Though it appears to be a standard revenge story, Harsha’s screenplay and execution have taken this script to the next good level. The stars are picked perfectly, and they have done justice to the given roles. The writing and characterization are superb. Though the film has a lot of commercial elements, it has come with a good social message for present-day situations. If the non-linear style of storytelling had been avoided, it would’ve been still better. The songs are good, and the visuals are excellent. The production designs are perfect.
- A good message-oriented script
- The performances are neat
What’s Not There?
- Certain commercial elements and the non-linear pattern could’ve been avoided
The film comes with a good concept, and the entire team worked well to make the film the best. The 125th film of Shivanna is definitely watchable!