Kalyanram Kathi Review
Impressing audiences with action scenes is not that easy all the times. A director should keep in mind while making such a film to establish the characters and the scenes in perfect order. He should ensure dialogues with perfect punch and build the sequences that could attract all classes of audiences. It scenes should catch the pulse of mass audiences and front benchers. However, the immaturity of Kalyanram Kathi's director and his inability in penning a perfect screenplay made the audiences run away from their seats at every possible opportunity.
Story: A retired mandal revenue officer (Chandramohan) has three sons and a daughter. His elder son (Sameer) works as a manager in a construction company, while another is a software engineer. Ramakrishna (Kalyanram) is the younger son, has dream to become a good football player.
Harita (Saranya Mohan) is the youngest child in the family. Once, Harita disappears and the entire family searches for her but they fail to trace her. The family ignores her and insists Ramakrishna to make use of the opportunity to play football at national-level and feels that it is a waste of time to search her. While Ramakrishna is on his way to Delhi, he comes across Harita in a railway station.