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Konchem istanga konchem kastanga Review

Movie:Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam
Rating: 3/5
Cast: Siddharth, Tamanna,Prakash Raj, RamyaKrishna, Brahmanandam,Venu Madhav and others
Direction: Kishore Kumar

Lover boy Siddharth unveils another dimension to his acting repertoire by playing a flirtatious youngster in his latest film.But he gradually mends his ways after falling in love with the cute Tamanna.However, his spirited role is slightly dampened by his motive of re- uniting his separated parents in order to be able to marry his love. Although, he would have preferred to share time with his parents `separately' instead of having them living together under one roof.Director Kishore Kumar should take the blame for this ill-defined role. Also, lesser said the better about Tamanna's confused role. Her father-fixation extends beyond a point which irks her new-found love too. Barring a few laughs and some cute romantic moments, the incoherent screenplay fails to impress.The petty ego-clashes between the young lovers are overdone,while the process of re-union of the rigid couple-Prakash Raj and Ramya should have been handled with some maturity. The film begins in a village,where the bonding between a father and daughter (Tamanna) is well-established.She leaves her doting father and arrives in Hyderabad to pursue her studies. Meanwhile,Siddharth is seen flirting with cute girls and lives with his single mom (Ramya Krishna). He also shares a good bonding with his father (Prakash Raj) and often meets him. He joins Tamanna's group of friends but she keeps a distance from him after meeting him in an embarrassing moment.Predictably, both fall in love in the due course and seek the blessings of her parent (Nasser) for their marriage. But Nasser drops a bombshell to shatter their dreams.Watch the movie in a theater, to know how the rest of the drama unfolds.

Siddharth proves his mettle once again but the dreary narration mars the show. Tamanna looks pretty but her mercurial temperament leaves the audience in despair.Prakash Raj, Ramya and Nasser fit the bill. Comedians Brahmanandam and Venu Madhav have the audience in splits in patches. The music of Shankar-Ehsan and Loy could have been better.

Verdict: Love’s in the air.Watch it.

Courtesy:TOI

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