Victim Telugu Dubbed Web Series Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?: Mill cinema industry is experimenting with anthology series, with several directors taking charge of certain episodes. Anthology series such as “Navarsa” and “Kasada Thapara” proved the concept a success, although it was ultimately not followed by several other attempts. In the Tamil cinema business, there are many outstanding directors, and all of them have contributed to an anthology series called Victims. Since the series is now available on Sony Liv, let’s see if it’s worth our time by reading some reviews to find out if it’s any good.
Rajesh directed Miraj in this anthology, and Chimbudevan produced the fantasy thriller Kottai Pakku Vathalam. Ranjith’s directorial effort is titled Dhammam, and Venkata Prabhu’s story is titled Confession; Both are featured in Mottai Madi Seetharam, Pa. These stories, spanning many diverse genres, defy brief summaries.
Series regulars include Nasir, Thambi Ramaiah, Nataraja (Natti), Priya Bavani Shankar, Kalairasan, Guru Somasundaram, Prasanna, Amala Paul and Krish. Chimbudevan, Rajesh.M, P.Ranjeet and Venkat Prabhu are the directors of the film. All episodes of the series are produced by AXUS Film Factory and Black Ticket Company. Cinematography R. Saravanan, Shakti Saravanan, and Thamis A Azagan, and the score was composed by Sam CS, Premagi, Ganesh Sekar and Tenma. They are edited by Lawrence Kishore, Aakash Thomas, Selva RK and Venkat Rajen.
|series name||Victim: Who’s next?|
|Director||Chimbudevan, Rajesh.M, Pa.Ranjith, Venkat Prabhu|
|music director||Sam CS, Premgi, Ganesh Sekar, Tenma|
|the creator||Access Film Factory and Black Ticket Company|
|Style||Thriller, Drama, Suspense|
|Throw||Nasir, Thambi Ramaiah, Nataraja (Natti), Priya Bavani Shankar, Kalairasan, Guru Somasundaram, Prasanna, Amala Paul, Krish|
|editor||Lawrence Kishore, Akash Thomas, Selva RK, Venkat Rajini|
Different filmmakers bring their own style and flair to each episode of the thriller anthology series Victim, keeping audiences hooked throughout the run. The best of Chimbudevan’s four exhilarating tales is the fantasy thriller Kottai Pakku Vathalum Mottai Maadi Seetharum, which not only has fictional elements but also excellent acting. There are poignant moments in the other episodes of the series which will force the viewers to stay till the finale. The only downer is the episode directed by M Rajesh, which has a weak storyline and weak narration.
The series also has heartwarming moments that will leave you feeling warm and fuzzy inside. The directors have done a fantastic job incorporating just the right amount of drama without straying too far from traditional country stories.
All the cast of the show excelled in their respective episodes. Throughout the episode, Nasir’s background and expertise shine through. Thambi Ramaiah, who is known for his comedy timing, sometimes entertains us and charms us with his honest portrayal. After a long absence from the screen, Amala Paul, Prasanna, Priya Bawani Shankar, and Kalairasan all delivered stellar performances. Every other cast member in the show also did a great job.
This series has a decent visual style. Compromise and budget constraints can be seen in some scenes in several episodes. The soundtrack, which was composed by several different musicians, fits the episode nicely. The cinematographers did a good job, using simple compositions to highlight the birth of Jesus. All the directors did a solid job, resulting in a solid compilation of thrillers.
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