After almost two years wait, director Gurudut's Kannada movie Kichcha Huchcha has finally hit the screens across the state. It is a remake of Naren-Bhavana starrer Tamil movie Chithiram Pesuthadi. Although it is the frame to frame copy of the original, the director has made it suit the taste of local audience. The film is engaging and entertaining with its essential twists.
Kiccha Huccha is a commercial entertainer, which has action, love, punch dialogues and sentiments. The on-screen chemistry of Sudeep and Ramya is the main highlight of the film. Kichcha Huchcha is a lover story of a gangster. The film has a quite simple storyline, but the director’s treatment of the story stands out. It is all about jobless youth turning a gangster to look after his family and later how he changes himself after he falls in love with a girl. The first half narration is in a slow pace, but the second half makes the audience tighten their seat belts.
Kichcha alias Krishna Murthy (Sudeep) is a jobless youth. In a bid to look after his mother and sister, he joins a local rowdy's (Suresh Chandra) gang. One day, he meets Aishu alias Aishwarya (Ramya), who is interested in social service activities. He develops a soft corner for her. In order to impress her, he tries to transform himself by being a normal guy. He quits rowdyism and takes up a job of selling toys on the street. This works out well and Aishu decides to marry him. But their romance soon runs into some roadblocks after Kichcha is arrested by the police in a brothel. How Kichcha manages to get her back facing against all odds forms the rest of the story.