Vikram along with his friends Sriman, Vinoth and Vishwanth, work for a famous pawnbroker Hareesh Peradi. He lends others money to buy cars and bikes, and if when someone fails to pay the interest he commands Vikram to seize their vehicles. This lead to a competition between him and RK Suresh, as he also works for Hareesh.
One one such situation, Vikram seizes Tamannaah's friend's bike which ultimately leads to their introduction and he immediately falls for her. Initially she keeps rejecting him and his effort at wooing her, but eventually accepts him. Meanwhile, Vikram locks horns with a ruthless gangster, Baburaj by seizing his vintage car which he owns in memory of his father.
A furious Baburaj then plans to kill Vikram and his gang. In this situation, people who are close to him keep dying one by one. How he escapes the clutches of Baburaj and stop him from killing his friends and family forms the crux of the story.
Appearance wise, Vikram is a sight to the sore eyes as he looks suave with rugged attitude and actions. Likewise, the versatile actor has pulled of his character as a small scale goon really well. Though Tamannaah's on screen chemistry with Vikram works well, she has very little to perform other than being the hero's love interest. Sriman, Vinoth and Vishwanth has played there parts neatly, while RK Suresh has done justice to his brief grey shaded character. Soori was supposed to be the man behind providing the humour but he is barely seen in the film.
Post Vaalu, Vijay Chandar is back with another commercially entertaining film. Though he has done a decent job at the directorial department, he seems to have faltered a bit with scripting the screenplay, as it was draggy in parts and lacks in eliciting a enthusiasm within the audience. The film does have good action and funny sequences, yet it fails to impress us.
However, Sketch has an unexpected twist towards the climax, which is sure to shock and surprise all Vikram's fans. M Sukumar cranks the camera and has made the movie very colourful. S Thaman has handled the music department and his background scores are on point.
In short, Sketch has come out decently.