Film Review: Sharman Joshi's 'Kashi', story Box office Review, hit or flop Budget and prediction
Sharman joshi movie kashi has been released, so today will discus on this movie and we will know about Kashi movie review, Box office, Hit ot Flop and Budget of the film and what is the collection ? So let's Start..
Rating : 2.5/5
Producer: Manish Kishor
Director: Dhiraj Kumar
Star Cast: Sharman Joshi, Aishwarya Devan, Govind Namdev, Priyanka Singh, Mugdha Meharia, Mehul Surana, Pushkar Tiwari, Joginder Tiwari, Zara Khan, Akhilendra Mishra, Manoj Joshi, Manoj Pahwa, Paritosh Tripathi, Kranti Prakash Jha
Budget: 5 Crore
Collection: 1 Day one
Kashi Movie Story Review
If you go to the name of this movie then you will cheat. Though the name may feel deep in the name but the storyline, production and casting of artists is shallow. Already this scene of Kashi seems like Kashi, the search of Ganga basir-foot, and it is so loose that the opening of the mystery is so loose that the film is shaky. Until the writer-director tries to make the film logical, it is late. The fun of cinema gets smoke.
The biggest problem here is writing, in which the story of Hero has been told in the one and a half decade old style. The technique of story and cinema has gone forward. There is no Kashi today, not today's Ganga. Hero of schizophrenia, which means disintegrated personality, gets no sympathy and no curiosity wakes up to know what to do next.
The heroine who uses him to take revenge on the murderer of his father, that prediction would be used to try the director in the youth of the old age Amitabh Bachchan.
Character of the movie
Rachi characters around Kashi and Ganga speak so much truth that their words lose their meaning after being puzzled. So, there is no element left in the film. The story is of Kashi (Sharman Joshi), who gets the Lucknow newspaper reporter (Aishwarya Devan) on Holi and falls in love with him. She goes home. Where his parents and sister are Ganga.
One day he calls Kashi and tells that Ganga (Priyanka Singh) has not returned from college. Troubled Kashi wanders around here for Ganga. A college girl explains that Ganga loves the local leader Abhimanyu, son of Balwant (Govind Namdev). She is pregnant. Kashi meets Balwant, threatens and when he realizes that Abhimanyu is in Mussoorie, he goes there.
The film gradually reaches the end in the sloppy style and is not surprising at all. Sharman Joshi does not get into the role. He got a lot of screaming and shouting but his voice did not bother. Earlier, his career was on the upswing, Kashi did not even support. Aishwarya Devan is average. The way the writer-director showed his romance growing with Sharman is irrational and ridiculous.
A big part of the film is in the court room. It feels less court room and comedy room more. Here, the trio of Manoj Pahwa, Manoj Joshi and Akhilendra Mishra could not paint the color. Govind Namdeo is named after him only.
The film's dialogues, songs and music come and go. Do not touch the mind. Director Dheeraj Kumar, who previously made Bhojpuri films, has not been able to create an impact in the Hindi debut film about talented actors.