‘Chiyaan’ Vikram has good following in Telugu. Be it Sivaputrudu or Aparichitudu, Vikram has carved out a niche for himself. However, his last few releases have not met the expectations. This makes his latest release Sketch, which features Tamannah, more significant. Has Sketch lived up to the hype, buzz surrounding it? Check out our verdict on Sketch.
Sketch (Vikram) is the in-charge for the repocession of vehicles of loan defaulters. He works for a local don. Unexpectedly, he encounters into a problem with a rival group who develops grudge against Sketch. One day, while he and his friends are seizing a bike, Sketch meets Ammu (Tamannah) and falls for her in the first look. His initial attempts to impress Ammu backfires. However, he succeeds over time.
Meanwhile, Sketch steals the vintage car of the chief don with whom he had already had bad relation. How does Sketch deal with him is what the film is all about.
As usual, Vikram has rocked as Sketch. He has got under the skin of the character so well. His natural performance appeals.
Veering towards, Tamannah she has limited screen presence. Yet she shines in the role of Ammu. She has done pretty well in romantic songs. Dance being Tamanna’s forte, she has excelled in moves. All other cast too did well. The film has pretty good cast who have done their part well.
Long Interval Sequence
Vikram has a mass following in Telugu. Living up to that image, director Vijay Chandra has delivered a masala potboiler that mostly works. Despite a few draggy scenes – including lengthy interval sequence, Sketch is otherwise a good action entertainer. The action episodes have been shot well. The first-half of the film is racy and is impressive. However, the second-half is slightly predictable. Barring this, the film is good in parts.
Technically, the film is well-made. Production values are good. Vijay tries to blend a social cause in to a potboiler and he has succeeded to an extent. If you’re a great fan of Vikram, don’t miss out watching Sketch on large screen. It will not disappoint you.
Sketch is a decent film that works in parts. Go for Vikram.