The first trailer for the wild-looking Indian action-adventure film Vikrant Rona was unveiled on Thursday. The film, directed by Kichcha Sudeepawho, is famously known mononymously as Sudeepthe, at a time when the format has seemingly lost its value worldwide. Vikrant Rona is the latest in a growing wave of visual effects-heavy Indian films that aim to target viewers across the country.
A woman reveals the story of a cursed village haunted by a mysterious man known only as the Devil. It was a land that everyone feared, but then came a man who knew no fearVikrant Rona. He arrives aboard an old-timey boat, wearing a leather jacket, smoking a cigar, and employing a vintage pistol.
Vikrant, a cross between a hard-boiled detective and a whip-cracking adventurer, is attempting to investigate the strange events in the cursed village. He inevitably discovers some jungle-set motorbike action. The trailer reveals some rainy fight sequences that resemble Wong Kar-wais The Grandmaster. It is eventually revealed that the Devil and Vikrant may be the same person.
Although Vikrant Rona is being developed as a pan-Indian film, it also has talent that excels in the Kannada language industry, which is located in the southern district of Karnataka. India is home to a number of exciting film businesses beyond Bollywood, which is the generic name for the Hindi language industry, but recently. However, after the recent Telugu language film RRR, however, was not only a hit across India but also traveled across the globe. In fact, the Kannada language sequel K.
Vikrant Rona stars Jacqueline Fernandez, Nirup Bhandari, and Neetha Ashok in the original trailer for the Kannada language. The trailers for the films include Hindi, English, Tamil, Malayalam, and Telugu. The film''s main characters will also feature a theater version of the text on July 28.