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The Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan-starrer which is a Hindi remake of the Tamil version movie is all set for a global release on 30th September 2022.

Vikram Vedha
Directed byPushkar–Gayathri
Written byPushkar–Gayathri
Based onVikram Vedha (Tamil)
by Pushkar–Gayathri
Produced byS. Sashikanth,Chakravarthy Ramachandra,Vivek Agrawal,Bhushan Kumar
CinematographyP. S. Vinod
Edited byRichard Kevin A.
Music bySam C. S.
Production companyYNOT Studios,Friday Filmworks,Reliance Entertainment,T-Series Films
Distributed byTrident Arts
Release date30 September 2022
Budget₹175 crore

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Vikram Vedha is an action-thriller showcasing the face-off between a tough cop Vikram (Saif Ali Khan) and a dreaded gangster Vedha (Hrithik Roshan). The film underlines `between Good & Evil, what you choose, defines you`.

Storytelling has become redundant in Bollywood for some time, as it revolves around some set action.Biography, money making patriotic themes, recurring films, and remakes of South Indian films are common in Hindi films. The four pillars of storytelling in the  industry. After the euphoric success of  Shahid Kapoor star’s Kabir Singh’s Hindi remake of the Telugu film Arjun Reddy, Bollywood seems to have developed a deep affinity for South Indian cinema. 

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 Unfortunately for the Hindi film industry, films such as RRR, Pushpa, KGF and Vikram Hitlist are loved and appreciated by audiences  across the country, blurring the long-standing barrier between North and South. It is An original film by R. Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi, who played the title characters in the film, were highly praised for their performances and were well received by critics and viewers. 

Popular as the best Tamil film to be released in 2017, the original film featured both R. Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi at the peak of their acting abilities. Madhavan’s character Vikram had the perfect blend of ‘stylish and serious’, while Vijay Setupati’s character Veda had all the ‘talents and class’ needed to play an effective villain. The plot of Vikram Veda is shrouded in strange mystery as the viewer feels equal love and hate towards both the antagonist and the protagonist. The scriptwriting duo of  R. Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi, Pushkar-Gayathri and Vijay Sethupathi, returned for the Hindi version and signed Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan to play the title role

In March 2018, the Pushkar-Gayathri duo  confirmed their intention to create a Hindi version of the acclaimed film in collaboration with YNOT Studios, Plan C Studios, and Reliance Entertainment. Considering the script and possible audience reaction to the original film, T-Series has decided to join the project in 2021. Similar to the famous folktale collection Betaal Pachisi, this project is a superstar of Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan against each other. There are some notable points in the released teaser, which may not go  well with the viewers.Compared to the Tamil version,  the Hindi version by Vikram Vedha tries to make the frames appear larger than life. The original had a certain  rawness and gritty tone that helped  Vikram and Vedha’s characters flourish. Or no emphasis at all. 

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 Hrithik Roshan has had some great accomplishments over the years. He has  more  than just  good looks. But this is the first time he’s played a character that’s neither black nor white, and he’s operating in that little gray area. The Superstar’s dialect in the film certainly compares to what he did in Super 30, as he appears to be repeating his lines.

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Veda’s version of the Hindi movie looks  like a fusion of Super 30’s Anand Kumar  and Guzarish’s Ethan Maskalenhas. Saif Ali Khan, on the other hand, plays a police officer who is obsessed with the Vedas and shares a love-hate relationship with him. Pataudi’s lord shines in the teaser, and while he tries to keep Vikram’s character raw, he bears no resemblance to  R. Madhavan. A 1 minute, 46 hour teaser dealing with guns, gang warfare, police encounters, and bloodstains lacks the grace and spectacle you’d expect. But at this point, it’s too early to judge the entire movie based on the 106-second teaser. Only time will tell if this movie can move on and offer something unexpected.

Story of Vikram Vedha :

A tough policeman decides to find and murder a similarly tough mobster.

Vikram, an encounter specialist, conducts a raid and kills all the thugs working for the notorious gangster Vedha, but he is unable to learn where Vedha is hiding.

By killing about 16 people, Vedha has terrorised the area and is currently hiding out for fear of being apprehended.

When Vikram learns about his hiding place, Vedha unexpectedly shows up and turns himself in to police headquarters before he can go with his crew.

Vedha remains silent during interrogation but only speaks up when Vikram presses him, at which point he reveals his past and explains how he went from being a little goon to becoming a mobster. But shortly after, Vedha’s lawyer Priya, who is also Vikram’s wife, grants him bail. As soon as Vikram finds Vedha has a scheme to get himself jailed, he immediately gets himself released, leaving him with a riddle that needs to be solved.

Review of Vikram Vedha :

Vikram Vedha, yet another remake of a south Indian blockbuster, demonstrates that character development and plot complexity need not necessarily be sacrificed while writing a crowd-pleasing or mass-market entertainment.

The wife-husband directing team of Gayatri-Pushkar, who also wrote and directed the original, based their film on the mythical story of Vikram and Betaal. They changed the intelligent, incorruptible king into an honest police officer named Vikram (Saif Ali Khan), who only sees the world in black and white. The cunning ghost transforms into the notorious mobster Vedha (Hrithik Roshan), who defies the law virtually every day, and tries the law enforcer’s morality by sharing stories from his life that touch on the fine line between crime and punishment.

Gayatri-Pushkar questions instances in which upholders of the law take the lives of innocent civilians and defend such behaviour as collateral damage for the greater good through three brilliantly constructed, well-knit stories. What if the other foot has the shoe? Do those who fire the shots that pierce the innocent eventually come to regret it? These seem to be off-topic inquiries for a mainstream performer to respond to, yet Gayatri and Pushkar do so sensitively, urgently, and within the confines of a festival tentpole.

In addition to enhancing the flamboyant storyline, the tribute to Raj Kapoor through two of his classic songs is an intriguing approach to recognise the master’s effect on the nature vs. nurture controversy that Gayatri-Pushkar addresses. The concept of Vikram Vedha also makes one think of Kapoor’s 1951 movie Awaara, in which the judge constantly mentions the notion that those born to criminals always end up on the wrong side of the law. Oddly enough, Radhika Apte too portrays a lawyer like Nargis does. Priya (Apte) stands up for Vedha in the same way that Rita did for Raj, and her cop husband believes that his attorney wife is being used against him by the dreaded mafia in a manner similar to what the judge, Rita’s father (Prithviraj Kapoor), claims in Awaara.

Hrithik channels the spirit of Deewar’s Vijay while playing Vedha, a criminal who doesn’t want his younger brother Shatak (Rohit Saraf) to break the law. The scenario is reminiscent of the Amitabh Bachchan-Shashi Kapoor moral confrontations of old.

For once, the actor tries playing an Indian anti-hero in a hagiographic situation rather than a Greek god, and he consistently outperforms, both in terms of performance and screen presence. He nearly takes on the appearance of a contemporary Betaal while being closely observed by cameraman P.S. Vinod. Along the way, he once more demonstrates his independence when it comes to dancing. He “single-legedly” makes the crowd drunk in the movie’s item number while drenched in alcohol.

Saif is this time caught up in the subjectivity of law and friendship while still being mostly in love. Even though it’s obvious that the mouse has the advantage in this cat and mouse game, he manages to keep Vikram sharp and us interested. Sharib Hashmi is adequate as the aspirational sidekick, while Radhika is convincing as the responsible wife.

The authors try to avoid letting the North Chennai tone of the original interfere with the narrative by setting it in Lucknow. Although Awadh is depicted through speech and background, it is primarily seen from an outsider’s perspective. The flavour of Kurma Nihari, the well-known Lucknow dish that serves as a plot device, would have been enhanced by a little more complexity in the portrayal of the operations of the UP Police.

Having saying that, Gayatri-Pushkar don’t appear very interested in the specifics of the backdrop and surroundings. For the purpose of telling the fabled story, where the dress code is likewise black and white, they have constructed their own chic, modern environment. It works because they have two dedicated stars at their disposal. The dialogue by Benazir Fida and Manoj Muntashir makes sure that an idea and space considered in Tamil don’t sound clunky in Hindi. This fuels the chase and fight sequences that leap at you.

However, when Gayatri-Pushkar must wrap up the narrative, the writing errors become apparent. It appears that they lose sight of the greater plot of the story that is taking place in a real space in the process of serving the myth. It gets most annoying in the third act, when the true antagonist of the story, Chanda (Yogita Bihani), demands a little less predictability and the intentions of Shatak and Shatak (Yogita Bihani), a critical cog in the story, demand a little more clarity.

Vikram Vedha nonetheless strikes one throughout Ramlilas week as a novel conflict between right and wrong in which Ram and Ravan are not stereotypes.

Public Opinion :

In 2017, Vikram Vedha, a twisting, semi-subversive thriller in which a badass Chennai cop and a cunning criminal trade stories rather than fists or bullets, became a hit in Tamil. It explored new genre terrain by fusing procedural, rhetorical, and mythological aspects before coming to a halt in an abandoned factory. Its creators, the married narrative theorists known as Pushkar-Gayatri, have since moved to Lucknow in preparation for a Hindi adaptation starring big-name Bollywood actors. Nothing in VV 2.0 challenges the notion that the best movie concepts in India emerge from the south, but Pushkar-Gayatri has taken the funding and run with it. This version is longer and more rangy, and it also tells stories with much more ease and enjoyment, dispersing trinkets with each story turn.

We get Saif Ali Khan (as the cop Vikram) and Hrithik Roshan (as Vedha, the hood) in place of the established original leads Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi, who appeared as though they would prefer a chinwag to sustained fisticuffs. Both are obviously ready to fight and are slick dramatic actors who make their mutual interrogations zip and zing. Radhika Apte’s sceptical demeanour further enhances Priya, the legal husband of Vikram who represents Vedha in this conflict of male wills. Pushkar-nefarious Gayatri’s plan depends on the cop receiving support from all angles, and Roshan’s phosphorescent, screen-torching magnetism causes our sympathies to shift frequently.

The denouement hasn’t exactly been overhauled; following the imaginative leaps that got us there, it still feels like the end of a typical crime thriller. The directors’ cutting and framing, which were already sharp the first time out, are sharper today. However, revving up the narrative motor allows for a smoother ride through the falling bodies. Since Pushkar-Gayatri enjoy tinkering so much, it is genuinely enjoyable to watch a Saturday night spectacle where all the bolts, nuts, and pistons are functioning largely as they should. A story that bears repeating and even becomes better with it, making it a likely hit for a sector that desperately needs one.

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Popular Songs of Vikram Vedha :

1. Alcoholia – Vikram VedhaSnigdhajit Bhowmik, Ananya Chakraborty, Vishal Shekhar
2. Bande – Vikram VedhaSivam, SAM CS
3. Oo Saahiba – Vikram VedhaSheykhar Ravjiani, Manoj Muntashir, Vishal Sheykhar
4. Yaara – Armaan MalikArmaan Malik, Sam Cs, Manoj Muntashir


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What can we expect from the confirmed Hindi remake of Vikram Vedha starring Hrithik and Saif?

Hrithik’s looks,attitude and witty dialogues will make it worth watching. When a popular actor plays the role of a negative character it makes the movie interesting to watch.But on the other hand Saif’s character doesn’t seem that much powerful or impactful in the trailer. He is just a police officer challenging Vedha.  We all know Saif would have been a better choice to play the role of Vedha as a humorous but witty villain, but I hope Hrithik can play the role too. As he has the advantage of a big budget, he can have lots of guns and action than the original movie to make him look scarier. But I would say the combo between Hrithik and Saif is something that the Bollywood audience needs at this time. The real test is for the audience to enjoy the movie without comparing it with the original movie. It’s gonna be a hard one.

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