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Katha Sangama

Katha Sangama

06 Dec, 2019
2 hrs 36 mins
4,102 votes
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Katha Sangama is a Kannada anthology film composed of seven short films directed by seven directors. Rishab Shetty conceptualized this movie as an ode to late Sri Puttanna Kanagal, director of the 1976 movie of the same name.
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The casting is top notch for all films. Each of the characters leave an impression that lasts. Katha Sangama is a tale that delights cinema lovers, as it presents a beautiful bouquet of short films. Here`s hoping for a sequel that promotes more upcoming talent. ...Read full review
As the credits roll, Lachavva stays in your mind, but the movie experience leaves you with a sense of dissatisfaction. One thing to note about Katha Sangama is that as it offers a plethora of emotions, everyone can pick their favourites and agree or disagree with others choices. Katha Sangama is recommended as a one-time watch if you are tired of done-to-death commercial films. ...Read full review
If the others are gems, then Lachava must be the grandest of them all. The naivete and purity of the lead character leaves you speechless. All the seven short films have good music. Were Puttanna around today, he would have felt proud to have inspired a new generation of fantastic filmmakers. ...Read full review
Katha Sangama thus binds together different stories, each with its own set of fine characters portrayed by exceptional actors, and gives us a cinematic classic. Credit goes to Rishab Shetty and all the directors and actors who have together created this masterpiece. Giving them equal support are the cinematographers, music directors, and editors. Katha Sangama is a well-thought vision by Rishab and the perfect ode to Puttanna Kanagal, the legendary director who came up with the concept of anthology in Kannada cinema. ...Read full review
The collection of stories in Katha Sangama is also connected by filmmaker Rishab Shettys intent to pay his tribute to legendary director Puttanna Kanagal. The film borrows its title from Kanagals 1976 anthology film of the same name. While the earlier film narrated four stories, the latest Katha Sangama has as many as seven stories. This film is put together by seven different teams of directors, actors, cinematographers and music directors. And the confluence of such myriad talents is what makes this Katha Sangama a satisfying experienc ...Read full review
Katha Sangama is an unconventional attempt at storytelling that might click with the target audience. ...Read full review