Production: Dream Warrior Pictures, SR Prabhu, SR Prakash Cast: Karthi, Nayanthara, Sri Divya Direction, Screenplay, Story: Gokul Music: Santosh Narayanan Cinematography: Om Prakash
Kashmora (Kaashmora) is one of the most anticipated films for this Diwali.
As expected Kaashmora has opened to positive reviews. The movie is appreciated for Karthi’s brilliant performance and the eye-pleasing visuals. Karthi plays a dual role in the movie of a warlord named Raj Nayak and a black magician Kaashmora. Nayanthara has enacted the role of princess Nayanthara and Sri Divya will be seen as a PhD student, who is doing a research on sorcery.
Kaashmora (Karthi) with his father (Vivekh) cheats people in the name of black magic and accidentally they become popular, drawing the attention of a politician. Now, they get a bigger opportunity to loot the money of the corrupt politician and in the process they land in a haunted house. What happens next should be seen on-screen.
Another noticeable plus of Kaashmora is its visual grandeur, balanced by a well-done cinematography, almost perfect visual effects, grand artwork and over the top, but vibrant and elegant costumes.
Santosh Narayanan background score was a bit more than usual. And this time around, there are moments where you tend to enjoy the music more than the sequences and there might also be one or two moments where you might wonder if the music is really in sync with the situations or is it something that is far from our musical understanding.
Kaashmora could have been more engaging.
Rating – 3/5