In a film titled V3, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar plays the lead as an IAS officer. An investigation into a gang rape and murder is the focus of this Amudhavanan directed film.
V3 is short for Vindhya Victim Verdict. This is a fight for justice and rights, and it talks about getting political justice through the same system that fails initially due to pressure from elected representatives and people,” he says. He explains that the story was inspired by three crimes that really happened in Hyderabad, Uttar Pradesh, and Kashmir.
The climax of the movie tries to provide a solution to sex abuse in addition to giving an insight into how such investigations are conducted,” he says.
Three timelines past, present, and future will tell the story. The character of Vasalaxmi will take on different tasks in these sections. “Although she plays an IAS officer who’s been assigned a punishment posting to head the printing and stationery department in the present, in the past, she was a collector, and in the future, she’ll be a human rights official,” he says.
The director tells us he first told Sai Pallavi the story. “However, since we wanted to go on floors fast, we chose Varalaxmi, who immediately agreed to join and signed on the dotted line without getting an advance,” he says. Vindhya is played by Kannada actress Pavana Gowda. Esther Anil stars as her sister, Aadukamal Naren as their father, and Visaaranai’s story writer Chandrakumar plays a huge role in the film.