LKG is without doubt, an effortless one-man show by RJ Balaji. He delivers dialogues and expressions with ease while he has also donned the role of a co-writer. Priya Anand fills in the place of the female lead and is decent.
Verdict: Highly Entertaining and a fun-filled political satirical movie. Go, grab your tickets.
LKG is an RJ Balaji show all the way. The actor, who is also the writer, comes up with a script that uses contemporary political, film and social media references in superb fashion.
It has elements of a masala movie, with a cat-and-mouse game between the protagonist and the antagonist, relationship drama in the form of a father-son angle, and the ideal of a social awareness movie.
LKG can be divided into 2 parts - A spoof of the political incidents in the past 5 years, and the serious scenes where the film tries to convey a message. While the former evokes a lot of laughter, a few sections of the audience might feel a sense of detachment between the both.
Verdict: LKG (Laughter and Knowledge Guaranteed) is an entertaining political drama, that has a thoughtful climax in RJ Balaji's style. Go for it.