Kichcha Sudeep's fantasy action-adventure Vikrant Rona was released at the box office on July 28.

Also starring Jacqueline Fernandez, Nirup Bhandari & Neetha Ashok, Vikrant Rona is directed by Anup Bhandari.

Sudeep plays the titular character of Vikrant, the Lord of the Dark who strikes fear into the hearts of his enemies.

The plot revolves around a fictional village "Kamruto" set somewhere inside or around a tropical rainforest.

There exists a fable of a Brahmarakshas who kills children & adults of the village.

One fine day a lady with her daughter & a Police Inspector are killed & a new Inspector Vikrant (Sudeep) enters the village & begins unraveling  the story.

The movie boasts great visuals & cinematography but predictability & extra writing ruins the whole charm.

Anup Bhandari tried hard but direction seems to lack something.

Dialogues & dubbing could have been better. Hindi dubbing sounds creepy.

Apart from Kichcha, who is outstanding in his role, no other actor is impressive. Jacqueline was also ineffective even in her small screen time.

Overall, Vikrant Rona is a unique movie & outrageous Pirate kind of aesthetics might be enjoyable but with a lot of things it failed to justify its  hype with.