Ka Ka Ka Po feature a long list of comedians, so, anyone who spends money to watch the film can’t be blamed as they expect nothing but a few hilarious scenes, unmindful of its overall output. Unfortunately, little do they know that they are in for a harrowing two hours. The movie begins with a voice-over which unconvincingly expounds how romance can change the fate of people and how human beings possess super powers, thus evincing interest among viewers in the beginning.
The story revolves around Kavita Punyakodi (Sakshi Agarwal), a middle-class, college-going girl whose life is akin to a fairy tale — she is believed to bring fortune to people, thanks to her endless bizarre ‘powers’. Kannadasan (Keshava Rajan), an unemployed youngster who considers himself unlucky, leads a despondent life, until he meets Kavita and falls for her. Rishabarajan (Subbu Panchu), a stinking-rich businessman in the town, too, desires to marry her with the help of his sister (Nirosha). Things, however, go awry in Kavita’s life, in an unanticipated incident which takes place in a night club, during a party that Rishabarajan throws for his friends.
What follows is an unbelievable reversal of fortune in the lives of Kavita and Kannadasan, due to which the former finds a tough time. A friend of hers comes up with a weird suggestion — as weird as the film’s plot — to bring her life back to the good olden days, which is sure to raise eyebrows. What follows is Kavita’s desperate hunt for the person who messed up her life indirectly.
With a story which has almost no scope to keep the viewers entertained, the flimsy narration and sluggish making rubs salt into our wounds. What is even more disappointing is the spectacle of a myriad talented comedians making ineffective appearances at regular intervals — all of them being wasted in inept roles.
Cast: Sakshi Agarwal, Keshava Rajan, Aadhavan, Karunaas, Robo Shankar, Mayilsamy, Madan Babu, Vadivukkarasi, MS Bhaskar, Power Star Srinivasan, Subbu Panchu, Nirosha, Singam Puli, Sangili Murugan
Direction: PS Vijay
Duration: 2 hours 8 minutes
Arasa Kattalai ( English: King’s Order), is a 1967 Indian Tamil written and directed by M. G. Chakrapani, starring M. G. Ramachandran in the lead role, with Saroja Devi, J. Jayalalitha, M. N. Nambiar and S. A. Asokan among others enacting supporting roles. The film ran for 70 days. Of the time of big Indian […]
Apoorva Raagangal (English: Rare Melodies) is a 1975 Indian Tamil-language drama film directed by K. Balachander. The film features Kamal Haasan and Srividya in lead roles while Rajinikanth (in his cinematic debut), Jayasudha, Nagesh, and Major Sundarrajan play supporting roles. The film was produced by V. Govindarajan and J. Duraisamy under the production banner Kalakendra […]
Kulamagal Radhai is a 1963 Indian Tamil film, directed by A. P. Nagarajan and produced by Spider Films. The film script was written by A. P. Nagarajan. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, B. Sarojadevi, Devika and R. S. Manohar in lead roles. The music was composed by K. V. Mahadevan. Lyrics written by Kannadasan and […]
Neeya (English: Is That You?) is a 1979 Indian Tamil-language horror film starring Kamal Haasan in the lead role of the protagonist and directed by Durai. It is a remake of the Hindi film Nagin, itself inspired by François Truffaut’s film The Bride Wore Black, based on Cornell Woolrich’s novel of the same name. Male […]