Ananth Nag's Naa Ninna Bidalaare was probably the first Sandalwood film, which had a lasting impression on Kannadigas in supernatural-horror genre. Since then, many films have been made in this genre and have disappeared without any trace from people's memory. Now, Upendra's Kalpana, which is a remake of Telugu movie Kanchana (Muni in Tamil), is the latest film in this genre. Let us see what it has to offer...
Raghava is an easygoing man and he enjoys playing cricket with his friends. He is fearless in the daytime but exactly opposite during the dark, as he is scared of ghosts. His life will be running smoothly till his team comes to a new ground to play cricket and accidentally gets caught in a devil's trap. Soon, he starts a new liking towards wearing sarees and bangles. The strange development worries his family member - his mother (Umashri, Shruti (sister-in-law) and brother. The story of transgender Kalpana (Sai Kumar) will be revealed in the second half.
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