Mr KK Review

Cast: Vikram, Akshara Haasan, Abi Hassan, Lena, vikas, Jasmine, Cherry, Rajesh Kumar, Ravindra
Director: Rajesh M. Selva
Music: Mohamaad Ghibran
Cinematography: Srinivas R. Gutha

Vasu (Abu Haasan) is a junior doctor who has recently joined a Malaysian hospital. He has a pregnant wife. What happens when a stranger kidnaps his wife Aatirah (Akshara Haasan) to get Mr KK (Vikram) out of the hospital? Why Mr KK is on the most wanted list of police officers and gangsters is what the movie is all about?

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Vikram looks super sharp in his salt and pepper look. He does not have much to do in the first half but once the film catches pace in the latter part, Vikram is good in his stylish avatar in all the action sequences.

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The first half moves on an okayish note.  It’s not exactly gripping but at least it generates some hope.  KK is chased by a gang, and the situations leading Vasu to cross paths with him are narrated well.  Though the sequences that follow are quite predictable, the interval bang passes muster.

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Director Rajesh Selva opted to a thin and not-so-excitong plot which necessitates an engaging screenplay added with thrills and frills. The film suffers from major pacing issues, especially in first half where the complete focus was on KK, Vasu. The second area where Vikram’s motive is revealed also fails to uplift the film. Even action episodes weren’t riveting.

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