King Of Kotha Movie Review
The Onam festival in Kerala has always been synonymous with blockbuster movie releases, and this year is no exception. “King Of Kotha,” featuring the heartthrob Dulquer Salmaan, is creating waves across the state. Directed by Abhilash, the son of renowned filmmaker Joshiy, the film promises to be a visual treat for moviegoers. “King Of Kotha” is not just another movie; it’s a pan-Indian film, released in multiple languages, and has made its grand appearance in theaters worldwide. The pre-booking records it shattered even before its release is a testament to its massive anticipation. The promotional materials clearly indicated a perfect blend of mass appeal and action-packed entertainment.Dulquer Salmaan, known for his versatile roles, is seen in a never-before-seen avatar in this film. Fans eagerly waiting for this transformation are in for a treat as “King Of Kotha” hits the screens today. Alongside Dulquer, a stellar cast adds to the film’s allure, making it one of the most awaited releases.Abhilash Joshiy, stepping into the directorial shoes of his illustrious father, has crafted this film with a screenplay by Abhilash N. Chandran. Produced by C Studio and Dulquer Salmaan’s Wayfarer Films, the movie’s success or failure in meeting the sky-high expectations remains the big question. Released in over 2500 screens across 50 countries, the film has received mixed reviews, but the overwhelming anticipation is undeniable. The film’s backdrop is set in a conceptual city named Kotha. Dulquer Salmaan portrays Raju, also known as Kotha Rajendran, whose life journey from a common young man to the king of Kotha forms the crux of the story. The film also features Shammi Thilakan in a pivotal role, and his performance has garnered significant appreciation.The film kicks off with the voice of superstar Mohanlal, narrating about the city of Kotha in 1996. The narrative then transitions to the character introduced by Gokul Suresh, taking the audience to the 1986 timeline of Kotha. Technically, the film stands out, especially the action sequences choreographed by Nimish Ravi. The music, composed by Jakes Bejoy and Shaan Rahman, elevates the film’s mass appeal.