Victim Web Series Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Victim: Who is Next? Tamil Web Series Review: Tamil film industry is trying to create some interesting anthology series, directed by multiple directors with short run time. The idea was a success with both such anthology series ‘Navarasa’ and ‘Kasada Thapara’ but filed with few other projects. Victim is another such anthology series directed by some of the talented directors from Tamil film industry. This series is now streaming on Sony Liv and lets look into the review of this anthology, if it is worth watching our time.


This series has multiple stories, M. Rajesh directorial is titled Mirage, Chimbudevan’s fantasy thriller is titled Kottai Pakku Vathalum Mottai Maadi Sitharum, Pa. Ranjith’s directorial is titled Dhammam and Venkat Prabhu’s story is titled as Confession. They are all of different genres and these stories cannot be written in a single line.

Cast & Crew

Series cast include Nasser, Thambi Ramaiah, Natraj (Natty), Priya Bavani shankar, Kalaiarasan, Guru Somasundaram, Prasanna, Amala Paul, Krish. Directed by Chimbudevan, Rajesh.M, Pa.Ranjith, Venkat Prabhu. Series is made under the production Axess Film Factory and Black Ticket Company. Music is composed by Sam C S, Premgi, Ganesh Sekar, Tenma and Cinematography is handled by R.Saravanan, Sakthi Saravanan, Thamizh A Azhagan. Lawrence Kishore, Akash Thomas, Selva RK, Venkat Raajen are the editors.

Series Name Victim: Who is Next?
Director Chimbudevan, Rajesh.M, Pa.Ranjith, Venkat Prabhu
Music Director Sam C S, Premgi, Ganesh Sekar, Tenma
Producer Axess Film Factory & Black Ticket Company
Genre Thriller, Drama, Suspense
Cast Nasser, Thambi Ramaiah, Natraj (Natty), Priya Bavani shankar, Kalaiarasan, Guru Somasundaram, Prasanna, Amala Paul, Krish
Editor Lawrence Kishore, Akash Thomas, Selva RK, Venkat Raajen


Victim series has different stories that are connected to the genre of the thriller and keeps you hooked for every episode with it’s unique content provided by multiple directors. Chimbudevan’s fantasy thriller ‘Kottai Pakku Vathalum Mottai Maadi Sitharum’ is the best among the four thrilling stories and the fantasy added to this story will definitely excite you with some brilliant performances as well. Other episodes from the series also has it’s moments that will connect with the audience and make them watch till the end. Episode directed by M Rajesh is the only let down with poor script and narration.

Series has some emotional content as well, that will make your heart melt. Directors have added enough drama in the stories, not going too much out of the box from the native stories.

All the actors from the series did a fantastic performance in the episodes they are part of. Nasser’s experience can be clearly seen throughout the episodes. Thambi Ramaiah who is known for his comic timing, entertains us in parts and makes us invested with his emotional performance. Amala Paul, who is seen on screen after long time impresses with her performance and it is same with Prasanna, Priya Bavani Shankar and Kalaiarasan. All other actors from the series did their part well.

Technically this series looks good to some extent. From few scenes in different episodes, we can notice few compromises and budget restrictions. Music composed by multiple musicians is apt for the episodes. Cinematographers were pretty decent with simple shots and frames that brings out the nativity. All the directors did their best to make an interesting thriller anthology and they are successful in making it so.

Finally, Victim is an interesting and intense thriller anthology that is available on digital platforms in the recent times.

Rating: 3.25/5

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Bhargav Reddy

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