Kaamuki
2D

Kaamuki

Malayalam
DramaRomance
11 May, 2018
2 hrs 18 mins
65%
4,129 votes
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A curious, easy-going, and flirty Achaamma is forced to make a promise to her father; she would not elope and marry anyone like her elder sister. While she keeps her word for the longest time, she begins to stumble when she meets Hari, her fellow mate at her college.
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Binu S who made his debut with an impressive movie titled Ithihasa, went on to make another film Style which was criticized heavily and some people made a remark that it would have been a financially feasible idea in an industry like Telugu. It seems like those criticism has not bothered the director much and this time he has come up with another wafer thin cheesy idea with the movie Kaamuki. With melodrama and track humor coming along with artificial coolness, Kaamuki is one film you might sit through but wont want to talk about. ...Read full review
Because Love is blind... said Chaucer in his Merchants Tale. Binu S love story Kamuki is all about being blind in love and loving a visually challenged boy. The protagonist of the movie, Hari Krishnan (Askar Ali), is visually challenged. But he proves that a physical disability is by no means a deficit. Achamma (Aparna Balamurali) is head over heels in love with him and shows the world that you can be responsible even while falling blindly in love. ...Read full review
Kamuki, written and directed by Binu S, is about a blind guy Hari (Askar Ali), a high-spirited girl Achama Varghese (Aparna Balamurali) and the obstacles they face in finding love. Achama is a girl on a mission to enjoy her college life while Hari is a guy who has his life planned and believes that his lack of eyesight does not make him any less abled. ...Read full review
Binu S who made his debut with an impressive movie titled Ithihasa, went on to make another film Style which was criticized heavily and some people made a remark that it would have been a financially feasible idea in an industry like Telugu. It seems like those criticism has not bothered the director much and this time he has come up with another wafer thin cheesy idea with the movie Kaamuki. With melodrama and track humor coming along with artificial coolness, Kaamuki is one film you might sit through but wont want to talk about. ...Read full review
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