After succeeding with three parts in the Muni aka Kanchana series, Director and actor Raghava Lawrence is back with the fourth part in the series Kanchana 3, starring himself and three hotties. Here's team AP Herald's exclusive first on net Kanchana 3 review.
Raghava is leading a happy life with his mother, brother, and sister in law and three girls in his life before a spirit possess him. The spirit happens to be that of a do-gooder gangster who gets killed by an evil and now he wants revenge. Was Raghava able to help the revenge is what Kanchana 3 is all about
Raghava Lawrence delivers a very usual performance with usual expressions and overacting. The three heroines Vedhika, Nikki Tamboli, and Oviya have nothing to except indulge in skin show. Kovai Sarala and sreeman, Deva Darshini are hilarious as always while Kabir Duhan Singh is menacing. The rest of the cast has nothing much to do. All the heroines are just used for glam purposes. Intentionally or just for glamour, we are unsure, but everyone sits on some one's hip in the first half and that irritates a lot. Just like the previous parts, he brings a surprise casting too. Kabir Singh is ruthless as a menacing villain.
Background score by Thaman is haunting while none of the songs are good. Cinematography by Vetri is impressive while editing by Ruben could have been better. Dialogues are just bad. Bad, in the sense, it can never go worse than this level. We are unsure how one can write dialogues thinking audience as so immature and dumb. Raghava Lawrence's choreography works big time. Even though each song has a separate music composer, none of the songs stay within us and that's a huge drawback.
Raghava Lawrence is back with fourth part of Muni series and yet again he delivers the same story. This time he himself does a double role in flashback, with a pathetic over the top performance, and makes it extremely annoying. With a very very usual screenplay and predictable scenes and three wasted Heroines, Raghava Lawrence irritates with his screenplay which is high on cliches and pathetic punch dialogues. Music is bad and song placements are even bad and the graphics shots are extremely funny making Kanchana a murderous watch at theatres. All said, Kanchana 3 is a disastrous outing.