Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Telugu
28 Oct, 2016
2 hrs 44 mins
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Kaashmora, a present era black magic specialist; Rajnayak, an ancient era warlord and Ratnamahadevi is his queen. How are the three connected? What are the issues that arise? forms the story of this historic-horror-comedy movie.
Verdict: Enthralling visual effects mixed with horror and comedy. Kaashmora is a Tamil-Telugu bilingual movie that released simultaneously in both the languages today. Made at a whopping budget of around 60 crore INR, the trailers and teasers have generated huge curiosity among the audience and trade circles. Written and directed by Gokul, this is the first time […]... ...Read full review
With average first half, decent second half Kaashmora may do decently in India. In overseas too, if promoted well, this movie might have a decent run. If you are a person who likes a horror movie filled with some humor, some fantasy and grandeur, Kaashmora is for you. You may watch it once. ...Read full review
The concept of linking the current set up with the ancient fantasy element is very interesting and has been executed quite well. Karthi is the biggest highlight of the film and is superb in both his roles. While he evokes huge comedy as Kashmora, he surprises you with his look and performance as Raj Naik. ...Read full review



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