Kalavathi Movie Review | Siddharth | Trisha | Hansika
Kalavathi is the horror film directed by Sundar with Siddharth, Trisha, Hansika and himself in lead roles, produced by Good Cinema Works. Let us see the review of Kalavathi to know whether the film frightened audiences or irked them.
In a place, there is a Goddess’s temple. Evil forces are scared of the Goddess. One in every 12 years, Kumbhabhishekam is held for the idol of the Goddess. During that time, for two weeks, the idol is moved to a different place and the Goddess has no powers. So, during the period of time, exorcists try to earn as much as possible by awakening ghosts from their graves. One such ghost that is set free is highly powerful and it is hostile to the Jamindar’s clan of that place. The ghost tries to destroy them all. Whose is that ghost? What is the reason for its hostility to the Jamindar’s clan? How are they all saved from the ghost? This makes the remaining part of the story.
Siddhart appears as Jamindar’s son, Trisha as Siddharth’s fiancé, Sundar as daughter-in-law’s brother and Hansika starred as Jamindar’s daughter. Many more Tamil actors give their appearance in Kalavathi film.
Siddharth appears as Jamindar’s son, Trisha as Siddharth’s fiancé, Sundar as daughter-in-law’s brother and Hansika starred as Jamindar’s daughter. Many more Tamil actors give their appearance in Kalavathi film. Director Sundar who chose a simple story line worked hard on the script. Though scenes in Kalavathi lack freshness, the alignment of scenes one after the other is done well. Even though audiences get to know the entire story 10 min post the interval, Sundar succeeded in making them watch till the end by keeping them involved till the end of the film. Sundar also scores good marks as an actor in Kalavathi. Trisha not only provides a treat to eyes of audiences with skin show but also terrifies them with her performance as a ghost. Hansika got an opportunity to display her acting skills with the film Kalavathi. Though Hansika’s character is not outstanding, she did well in the scope she has. Hero Siddharth has not many scenes in the film. Kovai Sarala’s over action tests patience of audiences. The comedy track chosen by the director will go well with Tamil audiences but not so well with Telugu audiences. Senthil’s cinematography is superb. Though budget limitations are visible on screen, Kalavathi movie is good. Of the tunes scored by Hiphop Tamizha, two songs are good and others interrupt flow of the film. Though Tamizha’s re-recording is not very much new, some scenes are elevated so well that they involve audiences in the story. Coming to editor Srikanth, he should have cut the scenes that do not connect to Tollywood audience. Remaining is fine. Producers Goods Friends have bagged a commercial hit with their first film Kalavathi.
In short, Kalavathi is full meals to mass audiences and plate meals to class audiences.
Rating : 3/5