Namo Bhootatma (2014) Kannada Movie Review | 7 Critic Reviews | Komal Kumar, Iswarya Menon

cast:
Komal Kumar, Iswarya Menon, Gayathri Iyer, Harish Raj, Anaswara, Nikita Thukral, Ali Basha
direction:
Namo Bhootatma (2014) Kannada Movie Poster
V Murali
story:
V Murali
screenplay:
V Murali
dialogue:
cinematography:
Dasari Seenu
music:
Farhan Roshan
produced by:
RS Infotainment
language:
Kannada
genre:
Weird Aggregate Rating Namo Bhootatma 5.5/10Comedy, Horror
run time:
156 minutes
censor certification:
A


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Namo Bhootatma Kannada Movie Reviews

Critic Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)

  •  Filmi Beat | Review By -Bharat Bhat Rating-6
The sense of fear and the sense of humor are not something that could be felt together. But, the debutant director Murali has managed to bring both of them together in the new Horror-comedy movie Namo Boothatma. The movie starring Komal Kumar, is a remake of the Tamil movie Yaamirukka Bayame.

  •  Bangalore Mirror | Review By -Shyam Prasad S Rating-7
It is usually not advisable to mix two contrasting genres, especially horror and comedy. We have seen horror films turning comical (with no such intentions actually) and many comedy films turning out to be a horror for the audience. But when the combination of horror and comedy click,

  •  Deccan Herald | Review By -S Vishwanath Rating-2
Tasteless jokes and high- decibel drama turn V Murali’s horror comedy into a horrendous one that makes you to scurry to the exit. Besotted with two women, Nikita and Sowmya, our Karthik comes to inherit a mansion which turns out to be a haunted home where people drop dead

  •  Times Of India | Review By -GS Kumar Rating-6
Though the storyline is good, too many cooks spoil the broth. The plot is loaded with characters, and unnecessary twists and turns leave the viewer confused. The first half is much better in its execution; there's too much going on in the second. The film's running time could have been trimmed

  •  Cine Sinchana | Review By -Raju Shanbhag Rating-6
Komal is back, and this time, he has couple of ghosts for company. After a string of uninspiring and unsuccessful films with humans, Komal seeks inspiration from ghosts in this remake of Tamil flick Yaamirukka Bayamey. The ghosts are eerie and funny at the same time

  •  Chitraloka
Namo Bhootatma is one of those rare films which are both serious and funny. Serious for the reason that they pick up a topic like ghosts. In reality ghosts are our misconceptions and fears in day-to-day lives. The perfect combination is comedy which tells us how to manage our day-to-day fears.

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