Review: Kashmora Movei
Rating Points : 2.5/5
Cast Of Movie: Karthi, Nayantara, Sri Divya, Vivek, Sarath Lohithaswa, Madhu and Others
Music Commpose: Santhosh Narayanan
Cinematography: Om Prakash
Dialogues: Sashank Vennelakanti
Producers: Param Potluri-Pearl Potluri-Kavin Anne-Prakash Babu-Prabhu
Story, Screenplay & Direction: Gokul
Release Date: 28th October 2016
'Kashmora' became the talk of the Industry after the release of First Look Posters. Promos have only increased the expectations on the project multifold. Along with Tamilians, Telugu Audience have eagerly waited for this high-budget venture to hit the screens. Has this Karthi-starrer matched the expectations?
Kashmora (Karthi), a fake baba who pretends as if he is a terror for Ghosts for livelihood, dupes people. In the same manner, He cheats a Minister too and fled away with his money. Just when everything seems to going as per his plan, A Man approaches Kashmora to get rid of the ghosts in his palace which has a history of 700 Years. After entering the palace, Kashmora realizes that the place is haunted by evil spirits but he was helpless. Raj Nayak, a ghost which is in the palace for several centuries, is after Kashmora. What's the past of Raj Nayak? Was Kashmora able to survive? Know more in theatres near you!
Karthi excelled as Kashmora and Raj Nayak. Especially, He is exceptional as Raj Nayak and effort put in by him could be seen on the screen. His mannerisms, expressions, body language and dialogue delivery were too good. He generates rib-tickling comedy in the role of Kashmora. Karthi showed variations between both the roles to such an extent that one gets the doubts if the roles were done by two different actors.
Although she have a less screen time, Nayantara left a mark of her own on the movie. Sri Divya is alright. Vivek tickles the funny bone. Rest of the cast have done justice to their roles.