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Set in present day Mumbai the story follows the life of a serial killer Ramanna who is inspired by an infamous serial killer from the 1960s Raman Raghav. His strange obsession with Raghavan, a young Cop keeps growing as he closely follows him without his knowledge and often creates situations where both of them come face to face.
It's not a psychological thriller like others. It's not a serial killer hunt. It's something else. First there is Raman, a serial killer and then there is a cop inspecting his case. The segments of Raman are relatively better, much better. The parts of Raghav are uninteresting, but get better at the end. But somewhere, they don't connect to each other well. The film lacks the appeal.
Taking nothing away Amruta Subhash, Vipin Sharma and Vicky Kaushal, this film belongs to Nawazuddin Siddiquie. He dominates everyone where he is present. Unlike other Pyscho killers, he does not have that trademark smile, he does not look intimidating from his face and act more like a normal person. But, he is still threatening enough and creepy as well. He goes deep into the pysche of character avoiding all conventional means of acting.
Some reviewers are saying this is boring, I disagree. It's not. Raghav's character though, is not very detailed. I wish the film was all about Raman only, it would be more interesting.
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