The crime thriller, also starring Pavani Gangireddy, Preethi Asrani, is directed by Sashikanth Srivaishnav Peesapati
Sai Sushanth Reddy, who shot to fame with Ee Nagaraniki Emaindhi and went onto act in films like Bombhaat and Thank You, is making his digital debut with the crime thriller show Vyooham. He plays an earnest cop Arjun, who loses his mother early in life, and is entrusted with a hit-and-run case involving Michael (Chaitanya Krishna), who loses his unborn child in the accident.
Vyooham, directed by debutant Sashikanth Srivaishnav Peesapati, is bankrolled by Supriya Yarlagadda under Annapurna Studios. The trailer of the show was launched yesterday. With barely any promotional activity, the web series released on Amazon Prime Video on December 14 (midnight). Preethi Asrani, Pavani Gangireddy, Ravindra Vijay, and Shashank Siddamsetty also play crucial roles in it.
The trailer, launched yesterday, showcases how Arjun decodes the various layers beneath a hit-and-run case that involves a terrorist group, a suspended cop, a trained naxal and a serial killer. The eight-episode-long show has a runtime of over 5 hours (with each episode coming up to 35-45 minutes). Vyooham can now be watched by viewers across the globe in around 240 countries and territories.
The makers promise a show with a gripping screenplay and riveting twists. K Sidhardha Reddy is the cinematographer for the OTT show while Sriram Maddury is the composer. Sai Murali is the editor and Kiran Kumar Manne is the art director respectively. Adhip Iyer is credited as the creative producer and Anand Reddy Karnati is the executive producer. Rekha Boggarapu is the costume designer.
2023 has been an eventful year for Vyooham actor Chaitanya Krishna who was seen in multiple projects including Sony LIV’s show Bad Trip, Disney+ Hotstar’s comedy Save The Tigers, Nandamuri Balakrishna’s blockbuster Bhagavanth Kesari, Ajay Bhupathi’s thriller Mangalavaaram and the acclaimed Krishna Ghattam. Vyooham’s director Sashikanth earlier worked in the corporate sector in the US for a decade.