Kaashmora Movie Review Rating – Karthi, Nayanthara, Sri Divya

Kaashmora Movie Review Rating: Finally, the wait has come to an end with the release of the dark fantasy film ‘Kaashmora’ today. Starring Karthi, Nayantahra and Sri Divya, the film is said to be the biggest ever film for Karthi as well as the lady leads. Made with a budget of around 60 crore, Kaashmora will enlighten you with its visuals and VFX.

The teaser, trailer and the first look of the film has created a buzz among the general audiences and Kaashmora aka Kashmora will excite you with its staggering plot. From the trailer, it is not possible to catch the main plot of the story, yet the trailer didn’t reveal the third character played of Karthi. Yes, Karthi will be seen in three characters and the third one is the knot of the film.

Produced by SR Prabhu of Dream Warrior Pictures, Kaashmora is helmed by Gokul and that has ensemble of cast. Billed as a ghastliness fantasy movie, the 30-minutes in the second half is the highlight of the movie. Both Karthi and Nayanthara is the spotlight of the film. Nothing can be compared to their performances.

Before hitting the theaters to watch Kaashmora, get a glimpse of the movie over here: Kaashmora Movie Review, Rating, and Audience Response and Reactions.

Kaashmora Cast and Crew

  • Cast: Karthi, Nayanthara, Sri Divya, Vivek, Sharath Lohitashwa, Madhusudhan Rao, Siddharth Vipin, and Jangiri Madhumitha
  • Directed by: Gokul
  • Produced by: S R Prakashbabu, S R Prabhu
  • Written by: Gokul
  • Music by: Santhosh Narayanan
  • Cinematography: Om Prakash
  • Edited by: V J Sabu Joseph
  • Banner: Dream Warrior Pictures
  • Distributed by: Thenandal Films
  • Released on: 28 October 2016
  • Runtime:  2 hours 44 minutes

Kaashmora Movie Review Rating

Kaashmora Story Plot

Director has learned the pulse of the audiences and has delivered a film with right blend of humor, and action. Don’t expect a lot as the base of the story is very thin, and it isn’t mysterious as showcased in the trailer.

Simply go to theatres blank and you’ll enjoy the ride very much. There are a lot of ingredients from beginning of the story until the end to brand it as a fun ride with a sense of frightfulness. Karthi will be seen in three characters – Kaashmora, Rajnayak, and the third mysterious character. I’m not going to reveal the third character as you will not enjoy the movie.

Sri Divya is a journalist who is very much interested in fantasy myth stories and doing research about them. While doing research, she will invite herself to the dark world of Ratnamahadevi. Sri Divya will get in touch with Kaashmora, the current time black magic expert, and that will bring them to the world of  Rajnayak through his supernatural powers. There comes the third character.

There are a couple of twists, and that revolves around the third character Kaashmora. The story is very predictable and once you are in the game, you won’t be knocked out. The comedy between present Karthi and Vivek has worked out well.

How are the three connected? How Kaashmora defeats Raj Nayak in his under world? forms the story of this historic-horror-comedy movie. Performance-wise Karthi and Nayanthara have done much that they can do. Vivek as a father of Kaashmora has entertained us with his usual comedy style.

Nyanthara and Graphics are the highlight of the movie. There’s a lag in the screenplay expect the period portion. Because of some lags, the film appears to be a bit lengthy.

Kaashmora is worth to watch.