It doesn't really matter on which chromosomes the where concerned genes are located, Now coming to your question.
A> Complete linkage > Complete linkage says that the concerned genes are right next to each other and no crossingover is possible so the expected genotype of the offspring would be 100% parental type. 50% Wild (se+ vg+) and 50% Mutated (se vg)
B> Incomplete linkage > This is the correct answer. According to incomplete linkage, the genes are close but not right next to each other so there is space for crossingover to take place. However, they are still close, close enough to be considered as linked and thus chance of obtaining recombinant offspring would always be less than that of the offspring with parental genotype, parental type always remains over 50% and here the parental type offspring is 80% (40% wild type parental genotype + 40% mutated parental genotype) and 20% recombinant genotype [(10% se & wild type vg+) + (10%vg & wild type se+)]
C> Independent assortment says that there is no linkage and thus no crossingover, this is possible only when the concerned genes are located on different chromosomes but here in the obtained data of offspring it is clear that crossingover did take place and 20% of the offspring is result of the crossingover so this option is not correct
D> Epistasis : In your attempt you mentioned that it is not epistasis because two genes are controlling separate phenotype thus it is not epistasis. your explanation is wrong. Don't get me wrong, the answer is not epistatsis, I am just saying your explanation is wrong, epistasis is the phenomenon where one gene interferes with the expression of another gene, look at the term carefully. I am calling them as genes not alleles. Alleles are different version of the same gene that control the same phenotypic character. In epistasis two different gene that control completely different phenotypic expression are interacting. One gene if expressed prevents the other gene from getting expressed, this not about the dominant alleles where if the dominant allele expresses recessive allele wont express. For example, assume gene A codes for white flower colour and gene B codes for sweet smell. If B gene expresses then A gene wont express. This is epistasis