Kismat Movie Review: Pointless Crime Comedy

  • Published Feb 02, 2024 | 4:01 PMUpdated Feb 02, 2024 | 4:01 PM
  • Published Feb 02, 2024 | 4:01 PMUpdated Feb 02, 2024 | 4:01 PM
Kismat Movie Review: Pointless Crime Comedy


Karthik (Naresh Agastya), Abhi (Abhinav Gomatham), Kiran (Vishwadev Rachakonda) are childhood friends in Mancherial. They complete their B. Tech but do not get any jobs. They come to Hyderabad searching for a job. Karthik falls in love with Tanya (Riya Suman) They successfully stole ten lakhs for backdoor jobs in a software company. But unknowingly, they also steal the money belonging to wannabe politician Janardhan (Ajay Ghosh), who owns more than 30 colleges. How did the three friends use the money? Did Janardhan and his men find that the money is in hands of Karthik, Abhi, and Kiran? Answers to these questions form the rest of the story.


The first half of the film runs on a weak note as the film takes its own time to come to the main point. The introduction of the lead characters, love track of Karthik and a Politician, and his sidekick’s track cover the entire first half, but hardly the effect was there. The second half does not get better and continues to meander aimlessly until the climax.


There is hardly anything to rave about in the film, Kismat. Except for a few comedy scenes and funny dialogues from Abhinav Gomatham and Avasarala Srinivas, the film does not hold interest. The film has a good star cast such as Naresh Agastya, Vishwadev Rachakonda, Riya Suman, and Ajay Ghosh who try to save the film with their acting.


Kismat could have been a good crime comedy film. The set-up required for this genre of films was present in the film. If you look at the script on paper, it looks like a nice crime comedy thriller. However, the presentation of the story did not get success. Even after a twist at the midpoint, the interest was not sustained for long because of dull narrative. The introduction of Avasarala Srinivas’s Character raises the anticipation level a bit, but even that feeling does not last long.

Kismat Movie Review and Verdict:

Kismat turns out to be a pointless crime comedy. A good star cast and a few comedy sequences work for the film but routine plot and twists, dull narrative and zero emotional impact work against the film’s goal.

 NOTE: * It’s a personal opinion. It will not be based on it’s film run or the talk on the other side.