Banner: Wallposter Cinema
Cast: Vishwak Sen, Ruhani Sharma
Music: Vivek Sagar
Producer(s): Nani, Prashanthi
Director: Sailesh Kolanu
Release Date: February 28, 2020
Punchline: A Routine Crime Thriller
Vishwak Sena, who is a smart crime investigation officer works for HIT (Homicidal Investigation Team). He will be having a bad past that keeps haunting him and affecting his health.He takes Sabbatical leave to get better and gets a call one day that his girlfriend(Ruhani Sharma) is kidnapped. He rushes to office to take the case and he will not be assigned the case due to some emotional reasons. He starts looking at all the cases that Neha(Ruhani Sharma, a forensic science officer) was handling before her kidnap and find another case which resembles with how Neha disappeared. He then asks his officers to assign that case to him and starts digging into the case. Rest of the story is how he finds the clues and cracks the case. Who are the culprits? Why did they do this?
Vishwak Sen nailed his performance
Ruhani Sharma didn’t have much role. She was okay
Hari Teja did a decent job
Murali Sharma was wasted
Vishwak Sen’s performance
Some suspense elements
Slow paced narration
Nani, who made his debut with Awe as producer has now come up with another interesting project HIT. The teaser and trailers were very impressive and raised curiosity. Sailesh Kolanu made a decent debut as director but he could have made it much better by improving the backstory on why the culprits killed the girl. Also, Vishwak Sen who was shown as very smart officer will finally find the culprit in a random way not through any clues. First half of the movie establishes some suspense and moves slowly. Second half of the movie goes even more slowly and picks up towards the climax. The motive of the killer isn’t very convincing and sounds silly. Background score is pretty good and even Photography is good too. Overall, HIT is a movie that makes it a one time watch if you don’t mind the lags and silly climax.