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V Movie Review

V Movie Review

Release Date: Wednesday 23rd September 2020

Cast: Nani, Sudheer Babu, Nivetha Thomas, Aditi Rao, Vennela Kishore, Tanikella Bharani, and others


DCP Aditya (Sudheer Babu) is a super cop known for his many achievements. A killer (Nani) believed to be a psychopath challenges the DCP to nab him before he finishes killing four persons.

The killer leaves enough clues and messages for the DCP. Meanwhile, Aditya seeks the help of his girlfriend Apoorva (Nivetha), a crime novelist in solving the clues left by the killer. But is he a serial killer, and if so, what is his motive


V begins much like a serial killer movie and slowly moves into the genre of Aparachitudu with Nani leaving clues at the spot after killing people with cryptic messages.

Also, the screenplay runs on the similar fashion of Kick (Ravi Teja vs Shaam). However, the cat and mouse games between Nani and Sudheer Babu though are predictable hold interest.

Any layman can easily guess that Nani is not a serial killer. 45 minutes after the film, we would know that this is not a serial killer story but the story of vengeance. 

Anyone who has seen enough Indian masala action movies can guess Nani would have flashbacks to reveal the real motive. Such stories click when the backstory of the protagonist is thrilling. But V fails on that front. The flashback is as predictable as a Boyapati movie.

The moment, the flashback is opened, the pace drops, the film slips. 

Moreover, the basic story of V is nothing but a lean version of Murugadoss Ghajini including the Asin angle. 

The so called action sequences and shootouts may be new for a Nani starrer but not for the audiences. So, they dont excite much. The romance part shot both the pairs  Nani and Aditi, Sudheer Babu and Nivetha, is clich├ęd to the core.  

To be fair, V begins well and holds interest thanks to Nanis acting. Director Indraganti should have focused on the latter part of the story. He also has used Telugu movie references like K Raghavendra Rao, Boyapati, and other movie making styles to elicit humor, which is fine but the investigation scenes and the clues are so formulaic. 

All in all, Nanis 25th film lacks uniqueness. It is a regular story of revenge. The title V stands for Nanis name in the film but it is about vengeance. 

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