Kaashmora Movie Review | Critic Reviews

Kaashmora Tamil Movie Review

Kaashmora Tamil Movie Review


Total Reviews - 13
Average Rating - 5.5/10
Yes - 4
No - 2
Neutral - 7
Watchable? - 83%

Critic Reviews Kaashmora

  • Times of India | Review By -M Suganth Rating-7/10
Kaashmora is the latest film to ride the horror comedy wave, which seems to have no breaking point. The film contains the usual horror comedy tropes, but presents them all in a slightly different way, and at a grander scale, which makes it feel different, even though it is essentially an old wine in a new, big-budget bottle.
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  • Rediff | Review By -S Saraswathi Rating-5/10
The film starts out well with plenty of fun and intrigue, but the second half does not live up to the promises of the first. Despite its flaws, some totally hilarious moments and Karthi's remarkable performance make director Gokul's Kaashmora a fun watch.
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  • Indian Express | Review By -Manoj Kumar R Rating-5/10
The makers have been just right selling Kaashmora as a multi-genre film. While the horror and period drama let you down, the comedy comes as a saving grace. Karthi’s performance in all three roles is convincing and entertaining. Nayanthara as a warrior queen looks stunning, but her character suffers from the wafer-thin script.
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  • Deccan Chronicle | Review By -Anupama Subramanian Rating-6/10
Editing by Sabu Joseph and camerawork by Om Prakash are all crisp and brilliant.  Rajeevan’s art direction with minute detailing is simply superb.  Produced by S.R. Prabhu and SR Prakash of Dream Warrior Pictures, Kaashmora is a film that is worth a watch!
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  • India Today | Review By -Srivatsan Rating-5/10
The makers have trimmed the film by 12 mins, which initially had a runtime of 2 hours and 44 minutes. Even the trimmed version seems to be too long. Kaashmora could've easily been an interesting yarn, but doesn't keep us hooked till the end.
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  • The Hindu | Review By -Vishal Menon
For all the hype and intrigue it generated for selling itself as an epic, it’s sad that the faults too lie here. For now, the blame must go on Gokul, who just doesn’t seem to be happy becoming our version of the Farrelly Brothers.
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  • Bollywood Life | Review By -Karthika Raveendran Rating-5/10
If you are looking for an ultimate horror masala film this Diwali, Kaashmora is for you. Don’t analyse the plot too much because if you do, you will want to tear your hair. But get ready for Karthi’s performance to take centre stage as everything else blurs in the background.
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  • Manorama | Review By -Nelson Paul Rating-4/10
Visual effects-powered scenes look tidy on the screen to some extent. Art director Rajeevan had some tough task to do and he impresses us with his work, so is cinematographer Om Prakash. Kaashmora, one of the much-awaited Tamil movies of this year, fails to leave a mark. It's a credit if you came out of the movie without yawning much.
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  • The Hindu | Review By -Y Sunita Chowdhary Rating-6/10
Even the make up stands out, be it Kaashmora the conman or Rajnayak, the Senapati. Once you know why the spirits are fighting for Kaashmora, your interest in the rest of the film wanes. All in all, it is a good effort and should appeal to dark fantasy lovers.
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  • Piping Hot Views | Review By -Moheesh
Though Kaashmora garnered immense hype due to its historical or mythological references, it fails miserably to sustain the hype and falls well short of glory. Despite boasting of a glitterati cast, an immensely talented music director and some strong visual effects, it shines only in bits and pieces and falters overall as it fails to gather the impetus to keep the movie-watchers glued to their seats.

  • Behindwoods | Review By -BW Review Rating-5/10
Overall, Kaashmora has its moments of humour, experimentation and grandeur, but it doesn't hold us tight enough to not get distracted. Verdict: Karthi entertains, director Gokul experiments, but Kaashmora could have been more engaging.
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  • Danie Britto | Review By -Danie Britto
The period drama could have been given with some more weight, which could have improved the depth of the story line, lacking which the movie seemed so light. Kaashmora compromises big on logic, but doesn’t bore you.
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  • Cinema Glitz | Review By -Sajid Rating-7/10
That flavoured the film, leaving a good taste. And most definitely proved that it doesn’t matter how much is spent on a film, as far as it’s channelled in to the right direction the number doesn’t matter. Definitely worth a watch, don’t miss it on the big screens.
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cast: 
Karthik Sivakumar, Nayanthara, Sri Divya, Vivek, Sharath Lohitashwa, Madhusudhan Rao, Siddharth Vipin, Jangiri Madhumitha
direction: 
Gokul
story: 
Gokul
screenplay: 
Gokul
dialogue: 
cinematography: 
Om Prakash
music: 
Santhosh Narayanan
produced by: 
SR Prabhu, SR Prakash Babu
language: 
Tamil
genre: 
Action, Fantasy, Thriller
runtime: 
164 minutes
censor certification: 
U/A

Plot Synopsis
Kaashmora is an action, thriller film directed by Gokul, starring Karthik Sivakumar, Nayanthara and Sri Divya in the lead roles.

The story of Kaashmora revolves around three characters; Kaashmora, a present era black magic specialist; Rajnayak, an ancient era warlord and Ratnamahadevi his queen.

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