Well I haven’t seen any Santosh Pandit movies yet but I have seen many clips of it. From that I can confidently say that “Super Star” Santosh Pandit will have to be more serious in making stupid stuff as there are new people in the industry. I am talking about the makers of the new movie “Kaash” starring the new CCL sensation Rajiv Pillai, Bineesh Kodiyeri, Innocent, Mamukkoya, Suraaj and many more. The movie is such a waste of time and it tests our sensibility to its peak.

The plot of the movie is as simple as a LP school story. A guy hires 4 men for kidnapping a business tycoon’s daughter. The 4 men kidnaps her and when they are followed by police they tries to get a temporary shelter by hijacking a house of an old man. The “funny” incidents happening in the house in the coming days where they bargain about the ransom is the plot of the movie.

The movie is not even two hours long but yet feels like a three hour one. Just after 20 minutes of the movie 10 people left the theater because of its horrible making. Embedded with cliché formula this movie just goes on and on as a third rate comedy skit. There isn’t a single point in the movie that can be said as unpredictable. The only point everyone had a smile on their face was the scene were Suraj’s character describes the face to the artist to make the sketch of one of the 4 men (Bineesh Kodiyeri) and the artist comes up with the image of Kodiyeri Balakrishnan.

Acting wise Rajiv Pillai is emotionless and the heroin is total waste. I don’t know why people like Mamukoya nad Innocent are acting in this kind of stupidity. Dharman did his part neatly. Small roles for many others.

In the making, it was a pathetic direction and full of flaws in the stretched out script. None of the dialog had any spark or freshness in it. Vivek harshan has tried his best to slice them perfectly. I don’t know how he managed to finish it. Jerky cinematography.

On the whole, I regret watching this movie and if possible I would have asked for a refund. Director Sujith-Sajith, sorry for being so harsh on your first venture but this was the worst movie I have seen in years. Rating .5/5.

Final Thoughts


Green: Recommended Content

Orange: The In-Between Ones

Red: Not Recommended


By Aswin Bharadwaj

Founder and editor of Lensmen Reviews.

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