Kaashmora (2016)

Tamil, Telugu 2 hrs 44 mins Fantasy, Horror
Critics Score
Total Reviews: 19
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Review Summary: Kaashmora ends up with borderline passable multi-genre offering that might pick your interest

Average Critic Rating: (2.61)
Cast: Karthi , Nayantara , Sri Divya , Vivek
Director: Gokul
Release Date: 28 Oct 2016
Est. Budget: 30.0 CR
Est. Box Office Collection: 61.0 CR

Plot: Kaashmora(Karthi) and his family live by cheating people in the name of black magic and dark spirits. One day, a PhD research student Yamini(Sri Divya) joins Kaashmora, only to gather evidence and expose him to the public. Kaashmora's fame brings him to a superstitious and fraudulent Minister(Sharath Lohitashwa). Kaashmora earns Read more

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Kaashmora - All Reviews

Karthi whose effortless amiability touched our hearts in Oopiri certainly deserved better
Source, Hindustan Times
It’s a film you want to remember for the joyous satisfaction it left us with before the intermission. For all the hype and intrigue it generated for selling itself as an epic, it’s sad that the faults too lie here. For now, the blame must go on Gokul, who just doesn’t seem to be happy becoming our version of the Farrelly Brothers. He wants to be a Coen and one half of a Wachowski too.
The Hindu
When the epic tale weaves into the narration, the film meanders and ends like regular fantasy horror flicks
Source, Now Running
Kaashmora is impressive in some parts but do not waste your time in analysing it's plot.
Karthika Raveendran, Bollywood Life
Kaashmora ends up with borderline passable multi-genre offering that might pick your interest
Siddarth Srinivas, Only Kollywood
Kaashmora is not entirely dismissible, nor worth praising. It works to some extent only thanks to comic timing of Karthi. Bottom-line: Con-Mora!
Karthi shines, but Kashmora doesn't. For now Kashmora is an average film that can be watched if you have nothing better to do over the weekend.
Telugu Kichidi With Tamil Aroma. ‘Kaashmora’ is one more horror comedy with a fantasy backdrop and war theme. Alone Karthi can be best positive factor in this feebly scripted project made on overflowing production standards.
An enthralling visuals, good horror mixed with excellent comedy
Ajay Mudunuri, BookMyShow
Karthi'€™s big budget Kaashmora is like the proverbial curate's egg '€” good in parts
Sreedhar Pillai, First Post
It is a mix of different genres laced to get effective final output
Shiva, Press KS
Kaashmora is more of a film-friendly OST rather than chartbuster stuff
Siddarth Srinivas, Only Kollywood
Kashmora is an average attempt with some glitches here and there. Audience these days are patronizing the Horror Comedy Genre well and so are likely to connect with the film given some good promotions and the vacuum at the box office.
Kashmora is bereft of success aura.None of the scenes are interesting and the film pass through the motions right from start to finish with so called Tamil flavor.
Though Kaashmora garnered immense hype due to its historical or mythological references, it fails miserably to sustain the hype and falls well short of glory
Source, PipingHotViews
The film starts out well with plenty of fun and intrigue, but the second half does not live up to the promises of the first
S Saraswathi, REDIFF
Kashmora is quite a different film from the routine and outdated commercial flicks that are coming out these days. Karthi’s performance and decent comedy are huge assets of this horror comedy with good production values. If you ignore the excessive length and a few glitches here and there, Kashmora is a time pass entertainer which can be given a shot this Diwali weekend.
Gokul proved to be a good director, who have set a bar for the directors who are as old as he'€™s in the industry and the bar is quite high
Sajid, Cinema Glitz
The visual effects that the makers have managed to deliver in Karthi-starrer Kaashmora are commendable
Manoj Kumar R, Indian Express