Kismat is directed and performed by Vijay Raghavendra It is the official remake of the Tamil and Malayalam bilingual film ldquo Neram rdquo directed by Alph

Kismath Kannada Movie Review

Kismath Kannada Movie Review Kannada Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Kismath Kannada"
Runtime: 1 Hour 44 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 23-11-2018
Genre: Action, Drama
3 / 5.0

CAST & CREW


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Kismat is directed and performed by Vijay Raghavendra. It is the official remake of the Tamil and Malayalam bilingual film, “ Neram” directed by Alphonse Puthren. Sangeetha Bhat, “ Chikkanna” and Nandagopal play in the supporting roles.

Plot

Vijay has got a lump sum from a biggie for usury. The lender is a thug, who will not leave anyone without collecting the amount entirely. Vijay is unemployed and finds it hard to repay the loan. Vijay loves Anu. In a particular situation, both of them find it hard if they could lead a happy life, as Vijay had been leading a tensed life. However, they couldn’t leave each other. As Anu’s family won’t accept their love, Vijay plans to elope. His plan didn’t work out. But, something big happened, which he didn’t expect. What is that? Did Vijay escape from the loan shark? Did he marry Anu? Watch the film in theaters!

Star Performance

Vijay had emoted excellently well and Sangeetha too. Similarly, Chikkanna and Nandagopal had done justice to their roles.

Analysis

The film is just the Kannada version of Neram and Vijay has added small incidents to match the Kannada sensibilities. The technical team had worked hard to make the film impressive and their hard work did have respect. This is a new track for Vijay Raghavendra and he had pulled it with ease.

What’s There?

  • The script and the screenplay are impressive
  • The narration is quick and didn’t lag
  • The stars had done their part perfect

What’s Not There?

  • If compared with original, we could find something missing

Verdict

Vijay Raghavendra had chosen a good film and he had done his part perfectly. Kismat will impress the audiences with its cast, crew and script. If you have watched Neram, you will start comparing and if not, you will definitely celebrate the new genre!