Starring: Sudeep, Nirup Bhandari, Neetha Ashok, Jacqueline Fernandez, Ravishankar Gowda

Director: Anup Bhandari

Producers: Shalini Jack Manju, Alankar Pandian

Music Director: B Ajaneesh Loknath

 ‘Kicha’ Sudeep has a fan base across the South and North parts of India. The versatile actor who has appeared in quite a few movies in Telugu, Tamil, and Hindi apart from his strong base in Kannada is back with a period drama Vikrant Rona which created a lot of buzzes ever since the trailer was out. Let’s see what the movie holds.


The movie is a period drama set in an ancient village Komarattu in the Karnataka region. A cop’s mysterious death lands the inspector Vikrant Rona (Sudeep) in the village to investigate the case. In his investigation, Vikrant Rona comes to know that apart from the cop, sixteen small kids have also been killed and all these murders are linked to his life. What is that connection and who is that killer and how did he solve the issue is the rest of the story.

Plus Points:

The biggest plus point in the movie is the production values which are top-class and amazing. The setup and the world were created bringing in a tense atmosphere to the audience.

Sudeep has done an amazing job as an actor and he’s the biggest asset to the movie.

The climax is well dealt and the VFX effects land the audience in a different world.

Minus points:

The biggest problem with the movie is the length. At least fifteen minutes of the movie need to be trimmed.

The love track of Sudeep deviates from the main story and it’s quite boring.


On the whole, Vikrant Rona is a well-dealt suspense drama supported by amazing graphics and a stellar performance by Sudeep. If you can bear a few minutes of boredom, the movie is a treat to watch.