Inkokkadu
A Sci-Fi Action Thriller.
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Inkokkadu

Telugu
ActionSci-FiThriller
08 Sep, 2016
2 hrs 36 mins
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13,331 votes
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Inkokkadu is an espionage thriller that incorporates some sci-fi elements. The film stars Vikram in a dual role - as the hero as well as the villain.
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Verdict: Chiyaan Vikram all the way! Inkokkadu is a Telugu movie, and a dubbed version of a Tamil movie titled Iru Mugan, which released simultaneously across the world. Directed by Anand Shankar, who earlier made Arima Nambi, this is his second movie as the captain of the ship. Expectations rose high when the trailer of the movie is released []... ...Read full review
Inkokkadu is a unique action entertainer which has its moments. Engaging first half and Vikram`s performances are a huge plus. This is a kind of film which will be liked only by action film lovers and general audience who love popcorn entertainers, might get disappointed. ...Read full review
A suspended RAW officer Akhilan (Vikram) is called again by the agency to track down Love (Vikram) whose men attack the Indian embassy in Malaysia. Akhilan whose wife is believed to be killed by Love four years ago takes up the job of hunting down Love. Transgender Love develops super drug that increases adrenaline and is planning to sell off to terrorists. How Akhilan thwarts his plans with the help of trainee RAW officer (Nithya Menen) forms the rest of the story. ...Read full review
After playing quite different role in Shankar`s "I", Vikram donned the role of a transgender in "Inkokkadu". His getup that was revealed in the trailer evoked huge interest on the film. Although the Telugu audiences do not know the movie`s director, the trailers made everyone look forward to this. Has this film lived up to its promise? ...Read full review
If you`re expecting another Aparichitudu kind of magic from Vikram in Inkokkadu, then you are in for big disappointment. Because Anand Shankar ain`t Shankar and Inkokkadu is just an ordinary spy thriller that doesn`t rise above the average mar - ...Read full review

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