Vinci Da Review & Rating
Vinci Da Review: Twisted and terrifying Srijit's Vinci Da is a gripping thriller
Vinci Da starts with a shocking scene where a young Adi Bose (Riddhi Sen) beats his abusive father to death and calls the police to inform the same. The scene instantly set to tone of the film and the audience gets instantly acquainted with the dark and twisted world that the fil is going to introduce.
The story then goes forward and there we see Adi Bose, now a lawyer who indulges into the killing with a twisted sense of justice. On the other hand, there is a talented makeup artist, who doesn't get his due in the Tollywood industry. His world is shaken when he is tricked by Adi Bose and one fine day he finds himself responsible for a murder.
Srijit as the director
Director Srijit Mukherjee has his own style of storytelling when it comes to the thrillers. We have already seen his excellence in Baishe Srabon and Chotuskon. Mukherjee amalgamates the thrilling tone of both his previous thrillers in his third one. As a director, he has managed to create a cinematic world with the balance of shock and suspense that will creep out and still keep the audience hooked to its core.
The excellent cast
However, Vinci Da is one film that belongs to its cast. Rudranil Ghosh and Ritwick Chakraborty being two pillars of the film create a full circle of Vinci Da. Rudranil proved why he is a force to reckon with. Ritwick is effortless as always, however, his character could be more fearsome as even after Chakraborty's brilliant performance
Adi Bose doesn't terrify the way a serial killer should terrify others. Anirban Bhattacharya as a pan-chewing police offer looked credible. Sohini Sarkar was sweet and adorable as Jaya. Riddhi Sen will always be remembered for his cameo. The young actor set the mood of the movie with one scene and how!
Dialogue, camera, music, and makeup department did a commendable job this time. The camera work may remind you of Satyajit Ray in places but it carries Srijit's own signature style at the same time. Anupam Roy's music, especially Tomar Moner Bhetor song sung by Nobel will stay with you.
- Brilliant performance
- Srijit's direction
- The film could have more fleshed out characters
- Rushed and half cooked tracks
Vinci Da is not a flawless film. You may get sink the darkness of the suspense thriller or you might point out the mistakes and think about what went wrong and what could have been better. But, either way, you will stay glued to the screen for two hours. The film is definitely worth a watch.
Pycker Rating: 3.5/5
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What is Vinci Da all about?
Srijit Mukherjee's Vinci Da is a dark thriller revolving around a makeup artist fondly called as Vinci Da in Tollywood and Adi Bose, a serial killer who lives under the disguise of a lawyer. The movie promises to take the audience to a terrifying and mysterious lane of crime and criminal minds
What to expect from the film?
The trailer promises a terrifying yet intriguing premise that involves serial killing. Srijit is all set to bring back the frightful and twisted psycho killers and marge his story with the life of a make-up artist, an expert in prosthetic makeup. Interesting right? No wonder, the audience is waiting for this film eagerly.
Srijit Mukherjee's expertise
The biggest expectation will be on Srijit Mukherjee. The maker who has directed Baishe Srabon, definitely knows how to create a gloomy, gripping world that engages the audience right into it. The fans who loved Baishe Srabon and Chotushkon are eagerly waiting to see yet another mindnumbing thriller from him.
The incredible cast
Rudranil Ghosh and Ritwick Chakraborty sharing the screen as the protagonist and antagonist in the movie, what more reason one needs to watch the film? Anirban Bhattacharya and Sohini Sarkar simply add the cherry on the top.
The music of the film is already pretty popular. Anupam Roy's music will be more interesting to see in the movies.