HIT The First Case Review: Vishwak Sen Steals The Show In Soul-Stirring And Well-Timed Thriller

HIT The First Case Review: Vishwak Sen Steals The Show In Soul-Stirring And Well-Timed Thriller

HIT is an investigation thriller in which Vishwak acted as a Police officer. Here follows the review of HIT.

7 months ago | By mohammed imran

Hero Vishwak Sen's lastest movie HIT hit the screens today. Vishwak built a strong basement with his last movie Falaknuma Das. This time he acted in the production house Natural Star Nani directed by Dr. Sailesh Kolanu. HIT is an investigation thriller in which Vishwak acted as a Police officer. Here follows the review of HIT.


Story:

CBI officer Vikram who's intelligent in solving complex cases suffers from trauma by remembering the biggest misery that happened to him in the past. The Doctor says to him to quit the job as it doesn't suit his condition. But he denies and continues to do his job. He even does not listens to his lover Neha, but she advises him to take a sabbatical leave for which he agrees. During that time, his lover Neha goes missing, and Vikram asks his higher officer to assign him another missing case of a teenage girl Preethi as he founds out a link between Neha and Preethi. What happened to both of them, were they alive or dead, how did Vikram solve this case is the remaining plot. 


Performances:

Vishwak is too good in this movie as a CBI officer. His mannerisms and dialogue delivery brings out the naturality of a Police. In his last movie, Falaknuma Das, he didn't have any boundaries, but here he has some limitations and Vishwak did a commendable job. Ruhani Sharma proved as an artist with her first film ChiLaSow. She didn't get much to do in this movie but she did all that she could. Murli Sharma again nailed with his character with limited scenes. Other artists were also equally good.


Technical Departments:

Special mention to art direction in this movie. They did their work efficiently to bring out the essence of a thriller movie. Vivek Sagar gave terrific BGM. Some scenes were outstanding to watch with his back score. Manikandan's cinematography is an additional asset to HIT. Last but not least Nani, and his team gave everything to the director he asked for. Coming to the director Sailesh Kolanu, being a doctor he gave some detailing in the movie, which brings a wow feeling. The story and screenplay of this movie are quite general but running the movie, without giving any clues draw attention from the audience. Also, the director teases the audience with a couple of crazy moments. The first half of the movie looks very crisp and sharp. Also, the second half is equally good until pre-climax in revealing the culprit of the crime. But when we come to know the motto behind the criminal it develops a dissatisfaction in the audience and feels incomplete.


On the whole, HIT is a very good thriller if you go without any expectations. Vishwak's performance and some spine chilling moments keep you rooted in the seats.



Written By: Narender Reddy

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