Vodka Diaries (2018) - Mystery, Thriller

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In the misty town of Manali, ACP Ashwini Dixit attempts to solve a series of mysterious murders happening in a single night, which might be connected to the night club, Vodka Diaries.

IMDB: 5.6
Director: Kushal Srivastava
Stars: Kay Kay Menon, Raima Sen
Length: 120 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 4 out of 60 found boring (6.66%)

One-line Reviews (29)

A suspense thriller with a nail biting finish, the film holds the viewer by the eyeball till engaging climax

Vodka Diaries is a breathtaking film.

It would be just that character, so lively and intense, you will start empathizing with the character.

The wide landscapes are breathtaking.

The beginning of the film feels like you are in some Scandinavian territory (I guess it's Rohtang pass) with some breathtaking aerial shots.

It is complex and intriguing.

Creative and mind blowing.

Vodka Diaries is worth watching Film, I will give a thumps up.. .

The movie goes quiet slow in pace and the thriller for every next shot remains.

It reminded me of Shane Carruth's 2013 confusing drama Upstream Color, and in both the films, I suffered a lot before getting the point.

Apart from the concept, the gripping storyline, the picturesque Manali, the focused direction and the suspense, the unforgettable highlight of the film is Kay Kay Menon.

A social message wrapped as a gripping tale of the psychological journey of the protagonist and the people surrounding him is what makes this Vaibhav Bajpai story and Kushal Srivastav film special.

Add to that the usage of unnecessary songs and an overall dull atmosphere, Vodka Stories jumps deeper into the cliff of meaningless and pretentious drama.

Every scene is gripping and gives an important information.

Utter waste of time and effort to watch to movie.


It kept me on the edge of my seat.

Vaibhav Bajpai has good gripping script with excellent cinematography Maneesh C Bhatt with some lovely locales and beautiful snow clad shots .

A must watch thriller that is different n Unpredictable till the end.

What happens next is surreal and totally unexpected.

Such an intriguing film throughout with excellent use of relationships and interaction.

You are going to like it if you want something that is exciting, thrilling and fresh in Indian cinema.

He has literally immersed himself in Ashwini Dixit.

The shots are breathtaking.

Absolutely love the first scene, such breathtaking shots of Manali and the music is a delight.

What a waste of time.

Transitions for every scene are unexpected.

Vodka Diaires will keep you intriguing with it's fine pace and excellent acting.

It's just mind blowing.