Kaa – Review


A thrilling adventure


– Review

The movie begins with a heinous crime committed by Salim Ghouse in 1980. Then it follows the story of wildlife photographer Andrea as she goes into the forest for work.

Meanwhile, a new forest guard finds himself in a dangerous situation after he enters the forest.

What happens when all these three characters cross paths forms the crux of the story.

Directed by Nanjil, the first half of the film takes its own time for the character establishment.

It is in the second half that the cat-and-mouse game begins which is very interesting.

A little more effort from the writing and the screenplay department could have made the movie even better.

Andrea has very good screen presence and shines as the fearless wildlife photographer.

Salim Ghouse delivers a solid performance as the villain. However, his dialogues could have been a little better.

The movie is technically very strong. Background score by Sunder C Babu intensifies the suspense and is very well complimented by Arivazhagan’s camerawork. Rest of the technical aspects of the movie are good as well.

Rating: 3.4/5 

Review by Naveen

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