Movie Review: Mr KK
Director: Rajesh Selva
Producer: Kamal Haasan
Starring: Chiyaan Vikram, Akshara Haasan, Abi Hassan and Lena
Release Date: 19th July 2019
Mr KK Movie Review: Rajesh Selva’s directorial venture Mr KK is the dubbed version of Tamil movie Kadaram Kondan in which Chiyaan Vikram, Akshara Haasan, Abi Hassan and Lena are playing the lead roles. Mr KK is an official remake of Feench movie Point Blank. Let’s see the story of Mr KK.
KK (Vikram) is a wanted criminal in Malaysia. A corrupt cop and a greedy gangster want him to be dead but KK escapes due to a road accident and he is taken the hospital. Vasu (Abi Hasan) is a trainee doctor who saves KK’s life but his pregnant wife Aathira (Akshara Haasan) gets kidnapped. To save her, he now has to help KK, who is wanted by cops, to escape from hospital. What happens next? Who is KK? Why is he wanted by cops and goons?
- Slow narration
Performance: Chiyaan Vikram has given noteworthy performance. He steals the show with his powerful screen presence and baritone voice. Mr KK is all about his walking style and swag. He pulls it off with great ease and flamboyance. Abi Haasan looks handsome and delivers his best. Akshara Haasan is good in her role, which is very important to the story. The pre-climax fight between her and a female cop is one of the major highlight of Mr KK. Rest of the cast performed accordingly.
Technical: Mr KK has high standard technical and production values. Rajesh Selva has proved that he has command over the technicians. Action stunts are good. Dialogues are okay. Cinematography is topnotch. Music by Ghibran is good. Background score is asset to this movie. Editing is neat.
Analyses: Overall, Mr KK is a stylish action thriller drama. The movie justifies the genre because of the top-notch technicalities, the performances of Vikram, Abhi Haasan and Akshara Haasan. Perfect casting, good direction and brilliant music score are the plus points of Mr KK.