Kaarmoda Saridu is scripted and directed by Udaya Kumar PS Shwetha GR produced the film Manju Ranjanna and Adhvithi Shetty are in the main star cast Arun Sur

Kaarmoda Saridu Movie Review

Kaarmoda Saridu Movie Review Kannada Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Kaarmoda Saridu"
Runtime: 1 Hour 47 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 17-05-2019
2 / 5.0



  • Music Director:
  • Editor:
  • G Studios
  • Director:
  • Uday Kumar PS
  • Lyricist:
  • V Nagendra Prasad
  • Kiran Chandra
  • Director of Photography:
  • Arun Suresh
  • Associate Director:
  • Pradeep HY
  • Still Photographer:
  • UR Nagesh
  • Production Company:
  • Kudremukha Talkies
  • Screenplay Writer:
  • Uday Kumar PS
  • Story Writer:
  • Uday Kumar PS
  • Playback Singer:
  • Sai Charan
  • Ramya Behera
  • Anurag Kulkarni
  • Anudeep Dev
  • Public Relations Officer:
  • Design Agency:
  • Aves
  • Supporting Actors:

Kaarmoda Saridu is scripted and directed by Udaya Kumar PS. Shwetha GR produced the film. Manju Ranjanna and Adhvithi Shetty are in the main star cast. Arun Suresh cranked the camera.


Karthik feels as if he is isolated after the death of his grandpa and even attempted to commit suicide. He escapes in the attempts and in one of his attempts, he sees a doctor named Priya. He gains some confidence after seeing her and starts leading a happy life. Karthik has some friendly ghosts and they suggest him some ideas to win over Priya’s heart. Why did they help Karthik? Are they really good spirits? Did he win Priya? Watch the film in theaters!

Star performance

Both the leads had given okayish performances


Although the story seems to be different in papers, it is not scripted and narrated well. The screenplay is very weak and it didn’t have any interesting scenes to pull the audiences. The film has good cinematography by Arun Suresh and the beautiful locales of Chikmagalur had been captured well. The climax is better than the rest of the scenes.

What’s There?

  • Visuals are beautiful
  • The climax is shot neatly

What’s Not There?

  • Screenplay is unimpressive
  • Narration is weak


If the screenplay had been scripted well, the film would have a better reach. Except in the climax, the director didn’t impress the audiences.