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Saturday, October 1

Kismath Review Roundup



Flawlessly acted, remarkably scripted and skilfully executed, 'Kismat' is a striking cinematic accomplishment that needs to be seen and appreciated. It brandishes the emotional tumult that lies within, with immense ferocity and passion, and emerges exultantly as one of the best films that have made it to the screens this year. (Read more)
Rating: 3 out of 5


Debutant director Shanavas K Bavakutty’s Kismath, which is based on a real event, raises some pertinent questions about the attitude of the society that we live. (Read more)
Rating: 2 out of 5


യുവത്വത്തിന്റെ ഊര്‍ജ്ജസ്വലതയും കൗമാരക്കാരന്റെ അങ്കലാപ്പുകളും നിറഞ്ഞ ഇര്‍ഫാന്‍ എന്ന കഥാപാത്രത്തെ വളരെ മനോഹരമായാണ് ഷെയ്ന്‍ നിഗം അവതരിപ്പിച്ചത് (Read more)
Rating: 3.4 out of 5


‘Kismat’ sure makes us sit up and take notice and director Shanavas Bhavakutty has spoken up on some pertinent issues from a novel angle. There are no elements of fantasy or make-believe. The world of ‘Kismat’ is real and tangible. In a way it makes us question our own perspectives and basically hold a mirror to the attitudes and mid sets of contemporary society. (Read more)
Rating: 3 out of 5


Kismath isn’t entirely a love story that tries to pitch another Romeo and Juliet to its viewer. It has a clear and strong agenda and it presents that with all the sincerity (Read more)
Rating: 3.5 out of 5

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