Kasethan Kadavulada (Money is God) - Yes, indeed!
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Kasethan Kadavulada directed by Thirumalai is pitched as a full fledged comedy caper, targeted at the masses. It also marks the debut of Charan as hero and Kamna Jetmalani badly also wants a come back in Kollywood through this one.
Sadly the movie falls flat on the audiences and throughout the movie one can see grim faces in the theater with the fear of songs creeping in between the already tedious proceedings. Thirumalai had the inventory to make a great comedy script, but the problem was his screen play and dialog.
To make one laugh is an art and some fine crafting is required in the screenplay to attain it. A decent comic cast were in place with Karunas, 'Lollu Sabha' Jeeva, Delhi Ganesh to name a few. Also, a simple and straight forward plot with hardly any logic was in place, which could have augured well for a comedy caper, if only the screen play would have hit the right note.
While the proceedings were on, one gets confused whether the movie is a comedy caper or a spoof on so many other movies in the past. This also goes to show the director was running short of ideas while he was writing the script and has been dubious on how to take forward the concept (if there is any).
Understandably, he also had the additional responsibility of showcasing the debutant Charan as an action-mass hero with some 'do gooder' scenes and an introductory song which stands out like a sore thumb in the already spoilt show.
Music by Karunas is cacophonic and gives ample recess for smokers.
Technically, no comments.
Verdict: Another turkey at the box office for the dumb weekend. Refrain from it!