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“ Kalari” is scripted and directed by Kiran Chand. The music composition of the film is by VV Prasanna. The movie is produced by Senith Keloth under the banner Nakshatra Movie Magic. Kalari has the star cast of Krishna Kulasekaran, Vidya Pradeep, Samyuktha, MS Bhaskar, Meera Krishnan, “ V Jayaprakash,” Krishna Deva and “ Vishnu.” RB Gurudev cranked the camera and editing is by Prabhakar. The stunt choreography is by Stunner Sam.
Krishna's father MS Bhaskar is a drunkard and Krishna is a soft natured person and he is very much affectionate towards his sister Samyuktha. Samyuktha loves Vishnu, a car driver. But MS Bhaskar wants his daughter Samyuktha to get married to Krishna Deva who works under Jayaprakash. Without any possibility of canceling the marriage, Samyuktha marries Krishna Deva. But Vishnu meets Samyuktha often, even after marriage. Once, Krishna sees Samyuktha with Vishnu and warns both. In this issue, Samyuktha commits suicide. So Krishna decides to take revenge on Vishnu, who is the main reason for his sister's death. What happens next? Watch the film in theatres!
Krishna's performance in Kalari is his best ever performance. MS Bhaskar plays a drunkard father and his body language is excellent. This drunkard role is not new to Bhaskar and he had played the same in the serial Chinna Papa Periya Papa and in the film Engal Anna. Meera Krishnan and Vidya Pradeep didn't have much to perform. Vishnu has done justice to his role.
The director Kiran Chand has brought a brother-sister bonding script with a different track. Prasanna tried to impress with his musical performance. The makers should have concentrated on the screenplay and the characters should have been more detailed. Although they show that the story happens in Kochi, we couldn’t see any greenish backdrop in the Gods own land, but the village in Tamilnadu.
What's Not There?
The film has nothing special except the bonding between Krishna and Samyuktha. People who want to watch family stories could watch Kalari. Kalari is a one-time watch!
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