Kola Kolaya Mundhirika Review
Madhumitha’s debut directorial Vallamai Tharayo wasn’t a real big show as the film had faintly resembled the traits of a women-centric mega-serial. Of course, the film won laurels amongst certain cohorts and failed to do well at box office. But this time, Madhumitha gets on with a fun-filled drama of treasure hunt that has a long league of star-casts.
To start off with, Sarath Kumar’s presence during second half throws a special surprise amongst audiences. On the pars, Jayaraman’s hilarious performance adds more flavors to the hilarious attributes in this film. The film is incisively based on a treasure hunt as many groups starts hunting down for the precious diamonds hidden inside one of the four chairs.
Kola Kolaya Mundhrika opens with a family conflict between step-brothers leading to murder of a Zamindar and his wife (Siva and Divya Darshini) with their Kid Krish running away from the house. Twenty years later, we come across two smartest cons Krish (Karthik Kumar) and Veni (Shika) defrauding their victims through their smartest plans. Initially, they keep tricking each other and situations urge them to work together for the treasure hunt of precious diamonds.