Kanaka
2D

Kanaka

Kannada
ActionDramaFamily
26 Jan, 2018
2 hrs 35 mins
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2,820 votes
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Kanaka is a Kannada movie starring Duniya Vijay, Harripriya and Manvitha Harish in prominent roles. The cast also includes Rangayana Raghu and Sadhu Kokila. It is a family drama directed and produced by R. Chandru.

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Kanaka is an auto driver and a big fan of Dr Rajkumar. He lives in the city away from his family in Bankapura, where he ran away from as a child. An incident in Bengaluru makes him go back to his hometown. Does he have a happy reunion? ...Read full review
Reputed director R Chandru in his production house has come up with action feast besides affection for Dr Rajakumar in Kanaka. The sterling action scenes, emotional blocks, Enne Nimdu Oota Namdu.good looking two heroines, splendid cinematography is part of this 154 minutes Kanaka starring Dhuniya Vijay. ...Read full review
It is about Kanaka (Duniya Vijay), an altruist autorickshaw driver. A community leader (K P Nanjundi) from Belagavi and his henchmen attempt to kill him. At this juncture, the director explains who is Kanaka and his childhood. What made his father to hate Kanaka and under what circumstances Kanaka comes to Bengaluru from Bangapura. ...Read full review
R Chandru returns with a film dedicated to Rajkumar and his ideals. Duniya Vijay stars as Kanaka, a fan of the late actor who has imbibed his ideals. How does such a person face problems in real life? That is the crux of the story of Kanaka which blends realism to ideals and gives audience a different kind of experience. ...Read full review
Director R Chandru knows that without the spark of inspiration, the fuel of public expectation cannot be ignited. While Kanaka ignites the passion of Duniya Vijays fans, the inspirational element here is Dr Rajkumar. With a heavy dose of action and packed full of punch dialogues, Chandru weaves in the Rajkumar factor cleverly, though perhaps a bit overambitiously. Nevertheless, he offers us a total entertainment package, and even manages to bring in family sentiments. ...Read full review
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