Post from @DailyMovieSketch

Post from @DailyMovieSketch
[Drawing of @actormaddy and @actorvijaysethupathi from #vikramvedha]Vikram Vedha (2017)Directed by Pushkar-GayatriI am late to watch this film but I’m glad I got to see it now! I enjoyed the movie very much. “Vikram Vedha” stars R Madhavan as cop Vikram. He is part of an encounter squad, on the hunt for the elusive gangster Vedha (Vijay Sethupathi). An encounter at the beginning of the film has Vikram’s squad gunning down several members of Vedha’s gang, after which Vedha surrenders to the police. The film is then structured as a series of incidents happening in the present time, and backstory in the form of flashbacks, told by Vedha. The movie has an engaging screenplay and a fast pace. Almost every scene in the movie and every event that takes place has some significance later on — there is no ‘fat’ or padding here. The moral dilemmas that are posed to the characters (and also the audience) when viewed from different perspectives are interesting. At the centre of the film is two powerhouse performances from the leads, whose characters are also written very well, another great protagonist-antagonist combination. The feel of the film almost reminds one of a 1980s/90s Hong Kong crime drama.Cinematography by P S Vinod is great, being shot digitally it has a pristine, crisp look and they’ve graded it to have this great desaturated, kind of brownish look. The movie definitely deserves all the praise it has gotten.I drew Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi from the movie. The drawing was entirely done with my new 0.1 Uni Pin Fine Line pen on Brustro A6 sketchbook and scanned.#dailymoviesketch #karthikabhiram#inksketch #blackworknow #inkdrawing #fineliner #unipin #fineline#vikramvedha #madhavan #vijaysethupathi #tamil #tamilcinema#414 / 10-Feb-19
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