Vindhya Victim Verdict Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Vindhya Victim Verdict Review: Varalaxmi Sarathkumar has been doing pretty well across the languages and now her long-delayed investigative drama Vindhya Victim Verdict has finally been released without any promotions. However, the trailer of the film grabbed the viewer’s attention and it looks interesting as well. Let us delve into the review and find out whether the film is worth watching or not.

Vindhya Victim Verdict Review

Story

V3 is inspired by true incidents and the story depicts Vindhay (Paavana) as a middle-class girl who was raped by a gang and she didn’t get justice, however, once 2 similar cases happened in the city where with the pressure of people for justice and human activist played by Varalaxmi Sarathkumar makes the police to reopen the case and in the process of investigation some dark truths of democracy unfolds.

Cast & Crew

Varalaxmi Sarathkumar plays the lead role and Adukalam Naren, Esther Anil, Paavana are in pivotal roles, and the film is directed by P.Amudhavanan, and the cinematography has done by Siva Prabhu, Allen Sebastian is the music composer of the film and the film is Produced by Team A Ventures.

Movie Name Vindhya Victim Verdict
Director P.Amudhavanan
Music Director Allen Sebastian
Producer Team A Ventures
Genre Investigative Drama
Cast Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Adukalam Naren, Esther Anil, Paavana
Editor Nagooran

Verdict

The film starts off interestingly with the gruesome murder of Vindhya, it then dives into the investigation of the case which makes us invested in the story and the proceedings keep us engaged. Though the first half pace dips here and there, although the right amount of drama and emotion land well and the way unfolds the dark truths of a murder case makes us curious to watch the latter half.

The second screenplay is quite interesting as the story runs three timelines and Vindhay murder unfolds many mysteries that happened in various cities, second half holds the audience’s attention by addressing issues of discrimination of Schedule Tribes. Over a point the length of the film makes us feel bored, the second half could have been crisper.

Talking about the performance Varalaxmi Sarath Kumar does a decent job by playing three different charters but she showed her mettle in acting by playing a human activist role, Adukalam Naren as a middle-class father just killed it, especially in emotional scenes, Paavana and Esther Anil and rest of the cast did their best in their respective roles.

Technically, Vindhya Victim Verdict looks good, Siva Prabhu’s cinematography is okay, Allen Sebastian has done a brilliant job as he elevated many scenes with his background score, editor Nagooran could have trimmed the film in the second half, and the rest of the technical team did well.

Award-winning director Amudhavanan impressed with ‘Quota’ which also talks about underprivileged children’s struggle to achieve their dreams and now with Vindhya Victime Verdict, he raised his voice against discrimination, the dictatorship of politicians, and how common people struggle to get justice. there are many points he addressed in the film and those are placed well in the screenplay, but his narration could have been better.

Overall, Vindhya Victime Verdict is decent investigation dram that raises many issues which make us think.

Plus Points:

  • Story
  • Screenplay

Minus Points:

  • Slow Pace

Rating: 3/5

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