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Vishwaksen's HIT Movie Review & Rating {3/5}

Young hero Vishwak Sen of 'Falaknuma Das' fame is all set to come up with a crime suspense thriller film 'Hit' under the direction of a debutante director Sailesh Kolanu. Ruhani Sharma of 'Chi La Sow' fame is the leading lady of the movie. Vivek Sagar is scoring music for the film. The movie is in the theatres from today. Wal Poster Cinema is bankrolling this project. Natural star Nani is the producer of the film and this is his second movie. Touted to be a thriller, the following is the review of the movie.

Story:

Vikram Rudraraju (Vishwak Sen) is a Telangana state police officer. The 30-year-old has been suffering from hallucinations because of his traumatic past. Though the doctors suggest him to take medication and some rest, Vikram decides to get involved in a missing case of a girl named Preethi and solve the mystery. Can Vikram succeed in finding her? What happened to Preethi? Forms the rest of the story.

Performances:

Despite getting a challenging role, Vishwak Sen delivered his career-best performance in the movie. The actor breathes life into his character and added more strength to the film. We can say that Vishwak Sen has shown a great improvement when compared to previous films. Ruhani Sharma got an interesting role in this movie. Her chemistry with Vishwak Sen is too good to watch. Her performance is also commendable. When compared to 'Chi La Sow', Ruhani Sharma got a different character in the film and the actress has pulled it off with so much ease. Murali Sharma also delivered an energetic performance in the film. The rest of the actors also made their presence felt.

Technical Aspects:

Story narration by director Sailesh Kolanu is quite impressive. We can say that the director came up with an extremely different and engaging storyline and has succeeded in presenting it in a proper way. He has succeeded in maintaining the suspense throughout the film and keeps the audience stick to their chairs. Production values by Prashanti Tipirneni are lavish. Music by Vivek Sagar is outstanding. A couple of songs are quite impressive and his BGM is really very good and added more beauty to the film. His background score elevated all the scenes. Cinematography by S Manikandan is superb. Editing by Garry BH is clean and neat.

Verdict:

HIT - Homicide Investigation Team

The film takes off showing showcasing the skills of Investigater Vikram, who is a victim of panic attacks, which are caused by NDE from his past. It takes a twist when starts investigating the case of his missing girlfriend, which turns out to be linked with another missing case of Preethi. The rest of the films about solving the case. Although the film takes a good plight, it slowly paces down as the suspense factory simply dissolves as the film feeds up a lot of information rather than processing what they pertained. And the same goes until the last 10 minutes of the film. Technically cinematography and production values are commendable but plot and performances makes it a boring fare!

Disclaimer: This Review is An Opinion of One Person. Please Do Not Judge The Movie Based On This Review.  Watch Movie in Theatre