Science fiction thriller movie “Inkokkadu” received mixed reviews
The movie “Inkokkadu” which is a Science Fiction Thriller directed by Anand Shankar starring Vikram, Nayantara and Nithya Menen in the lead produced under the banner of NKR Films is originally a Tamil Film “Iru Mugan”. The theartical rights for Telugu version were acquired by Producer Neelam Krishna Reddy.
About the Movie
This is basically a story about an ex-cop who is an undercover RAW agent who is presently on assignment with the Indian Embassy which was killed by rogues. Unfortunately, his better half (character played by Nayantara) is killed by Love. Akilan Anand later fights with Love, and that makes the remainder of the fictitious movie.
The star lead actor Vikram who plays the dual role for Akilan Anand, ex-cop and also Love is getting praises for excellent performance for the action packed sequence in the science fiction thriller movie “Inkokkadu”. Everyone is all praises for the actor Vikram who plays the lead role in the movie. The remainder lead actors Nayantara and Nithya Menen have certainly justified each of their roles, the viewers have to say.
First Half or Second Half?
Many viewers have something similar to say about the first half was interesting and did catch their interest for quite a while. Coming to the second half of the movie, again the many viewers have a lot similar to say that it gets a little slower and can be compared to average. The viewers say that technically this movie had done great as this science fiction thriller had a lot of action packed sequences, praises were all up for the choreography of the action sequences and RD Rajasekhar’s cinematography.
Overall, there were certainly mixed reviews from the audience as some liked the entire movie and some did not even like a part of the movie. Latest quotes state that it looks like a remake of GI Joe action packed series made live. While many state that the first part of the movie was not too bad and found it quite interesting, the second half of the movie did get a little boring and the narration was dragged a bit.