Banner: Sun Pictures, Raghavendra Productions
Producers: Kalanidhi Maran, Raghava Lawrence
Director: Raghava Lawrence
Music: Doopaadoo( Raj & Kapil,Jessie,Bharath Madhusudanan,Sai Bharath,Saravedi Saran )
Cast: Raghava Lawrence, Satyaraj, Oviya, Vedika, Nikki Tamboli, Kabir Duhan Singh,Kovai Sarala, Nedumudi Venu, Soori,Kishore, Sriman, Devadarshini, Manobala,Mayilsamy, Aathma Patrick and others
Raghava (Raghava Lawrence) who is scared of ghosts goes to his grand parents place along with his mother (Kovai Sarala), brother (Sriman), sister in law (Devadarshini) and her daughter.
Even as he starts romancing with his three beautiful maradallu (Oviya, Vedika, Nikki Thamboli), the family members experiences weird happening during nights.
To find out more about it and their connection with Kaali (Raghava Lawrence), Bhavani (Kabir Duhan Singh), enjoy Kanchana on screen.
Lawrence attracted masses with his body language, mass mannerisms and scary expressions. However his hair style is not attractive.
Kovai Sarala, Sriman, Devadarshini attracted with their comedy scenes and horror expressions.
Vedhika, Oviya, Nikki Thamboli competed with each other with their glamor treat. Others performed according to their roles.
Doopaadoo's music and songs are full of mass beats. Masses will love Lawrence's dance movements. He attracted with his background score but at times it turned a bit loud.
Vetri, Sushil Chowdhary's cinematography elevated the scenes. Editing of Ruben could have been better as there are drags in the film.
Lawrence could have thought something new and novel and a few more interesting twists and turns for better impact. Production values are good.
Few comedy and horror scenes
Story, Screenplay, Direction
Lack of twists and turns
Lawrence is continuing with Kanchana franchise and came to scare and entertain movie lovers with the third part. The narration continues in a predictable manner with routine comedy and horror scenes.
The first half ends on an interesting note with a good interval twist. Second half continues in the same manner and emotions takes the center stage in the flashback episode. At times emotions gets too much testing the patience of the movie lovers. The film ends with a routine and loud climax.
Lawrence to some extent with his antics and mannerisms attracts masses with over the board romantic and horror scenes. However he falls with his routine story, screenplay and direction.
The film has nothing new and except few elements for masses, multiplex movie lovers find it difficult to bear Kanchana.