Out Of Theatre

KA

Out Of Theatre
05 Dec, 2014 1 hr 49 mins U/A
Sharath, Shine, Manu, Madhukar, Siddartha, Mahesh, Ajith, Raghuram, Sri, Vishal, Sundeep, Deepak, Sullan, Vikram, Mounish, Namratha, Anusha, Pavitra, Pallavi, Deepa, Nayina, Deepthi
Sharath, Shine, Manu, Madhukar, Siddartha, Mahesh, Ajith, Raghuram, Sri, Vishal, Sundeep, Deepak, Sullan, Vikram, Mounish, Namratha, Anusha, Pavitra, Pallavi, Deepa, Nayina, Deepthi
Sai Krishna
Synopsis
This is a ensemble film with youngsters, but does not have a single aspect worth remembering.
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  • Critic's Review
  • Times of India
* Lots of chatting between many characters, but there is nothing worthy for the viewers. Ka falls flat with a weak and underdeveloped storyline and poor performance by newcomers.

The characters include Sharath, a boutique owner, Deepa and Nanditha, both working in a news channel, and Abhishek Varma, a film director. They come, buy bouquets, exchange messages and gifts, romance and go. Though the director tries to showcase all sides of romance through many characters, not a single aspect is worth remembering. The movie is loaded with too many new faces. Stuck in the Valentine's Day concept, Sai Krishna fails to impress with his debut directorial endeavour.

It is Ganesh Narayan's music that stands out. Some tracks will be a treat for the youth. Steve Benjamin's cinematography is good.
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Himanshu Kumar
The story is a kho kho game between a police officer and a loverboy. Who will win the match? That's what director R Chandru tells you in his latest venture through a whole new narrative and script. Unlike his previous movies, he has concentrated on making one which is rich in sequences and has foot-tapping music by Ramana Gogula. While the first half has witty dialogues, the second drags a bit with slow narration.
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Mauli Agarwal
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Dev prasad
The story is a kho kho game between a police officer and a loverboy. Who will win the match? That's what director R Chandru tells you in his latest venture through a whole new narrative and script. Unlike his previous movies, he has concentrated on making one which is rich in sequences and has foot-tapping music by Ramana Gogula. While the first half has witty dialogues, the second drags a bit with slow narration.
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