ldquo Kichchu rdquo is scripted and directed by Pradeep Raj The film has the star cast of Ragini Dwivedi Sai Kumar Dhruv Sharma ldquo Abhinaya rdquo and

Kichchu Movie Review

Kichchu Movie Review Kannada Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Kichchu"
Runtime: 2 Hours 20 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 04-05-2018
Genre: Thriller, Drama
3 / 5.0



Kichchu” is scripted and directed by Pradeep Raj. The film has the star cast of Ragini Dwivedi, Sai Kumar, Dhruv Sharma, “ Abhinaya” and Suchendra Prasad. “ Sudeep” plays a cameo role in this film. Arjun Janya composes the music. Anthony Pradeep bankrolled the film along with Ruby Sharma. Sn Fazil is the editor.


Suri and Nandini are husband and wife. Both of them are with the speech and hearing difficulties. Suri is a green activist. There is a land mafia in their village and Suri has been trying hard to save the village from them. Nandini has a sister Padmini, who wanted Suri to earn for his family. Will Suri save his village from the land mafia? Did he get a good job? What happened to Padmini? Watch the film in the theaters!

Star Performance

Ragini appears in a de-glam role and she excelled in her role. Similarly, Abhinaya and Dhruv Sharma played their roles perfectly. Sai Kumar and Suchendra Prasad fit in their roles perfectly and Sudeep played a neat cameo.


The film directed by Pradeep Raj had been expected well, as it has the cameo appearance of Sudeep and the final film of Dhruv Sharma. The director has designed Sudeep’s role a neat one, unlike the mass cameo appearance. The casting department should be appreciated for choosing the right actors. The director has fastened up the story in the second half. Although it is not a commercial film, the film engages the audiences. Naxals, forest mafia and the people who are working to save the land are dealt neatly.

What’s There?

  • Performance of the stars is good
  • Social message is neatly executed without preachy manner
  • The second half is engaging the audiences
  • Sudeep’s cameo is the biggest plus

What’s Not There?

  • Slow first half tests the patience


If you are waiting to watch a noncommercial film, then this is for you. The film engages the audiences with its message-oriented script. The second half is good and it makes the audiences sit straight and go deep into the story. Although it is not a commercial entertainer, it has the impressive elements including love, relationships, betrayal and many more. If you don’t expect more, this film will not disappoint you!