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Kaashmora is a present era black magic specialist. Rajnayak is an ancient era warlord and Ratnamahadevi is his queen. How these three are connected? What are the issues arise? How they are solved? forms the story of this historic-horror-comedy movie.
This film and Kodi (2016) have numerous similarities. For instance: 1. Both films were released during Diwali 2016. 2. Both films start with 'K'. 3. The lead actors in both films play dual roles. 4. The second film for both lead actors for the year 2016. Karthi's earlier film was Oopiri (2016) while Dhanush's was Thodari (2016). 4. The third film for both directors. 5. The music for both films were composed by the same composer, Santhosh Narayanan. See more »
In Singapore, the theatrical release was edited in order to reduce stronger moments of violence and injuries to lower the film's overall classification from NC16 to PG13. See more »
Believe me, the money and time that you spend on watching this movie is not going to be wasted. This movie deserves a much better review than what most of the critics have given. The first half of the movie showcases the dark reality of the so called Godmen of this time, while the second half shows the virtual imagination of the magical fantasy. All the actors have done their part well, especially Karthik and Nayanthara. Not to mention the usual religious critical comedies of Vivek and crew. The drawback in the film is the video game type scenes at the end, which could have been much better.
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