Kaashmora gets a U/A certificate from censor board, to release as scheduled

Karthi said that despite the budget constraints, they have tried to deliver top notch visual effects in Kaashmora. And that, indeed, seems to be the case, going by the trailer.

Written by Manoj Kumar R | Bengaluru | Published:October 20, 2016 6:46 pm
Kaashmora, starring Karthi and Nayanthara, back and forth between the present and the past. Kaashmora, starring Karthi and Nayanthara, back and forth between the present and the past.

Actor Karthi’s much-awaited film, Kaashmora, is all set to hit the screens worldwide on October 28 as the film has been passed by the censor board with a U/A certificate. The highlight of the film will be the historical portion that lasts only for 30 minutes. While Karthi’s period character is named Raj Nayak, Nayanthara plays a warrior princess called Ratna Mahadevi.

Karthi recently said that a lot of detailing has gone into making of the period portion of the film after watching director S S Rajamouli’s Baahubali: The Beginning. He said that despite the budget constraints, they have tried to deliver top notch visual effects. And that, indeed, seems to be the case, going by the trailer.

The war sequence in the trailer, where Raj Nayak is seen single-handedly taking on the rival army, has all the qualities to become the best battle sequence ever produced in the Tamil cinema. Karthi plays three different roles in the film. The details of titular role, Kaashmora and his period character, Raj Nayak, were revealed earlier. The makers, however, will keep his third character as a surprise until the film’s theatrical release.

The trailer and the first look posters of the film has already created enough curiosity among the fans. So much so that actors Vishal and Vijay Anthony, who had plans to release their films, Kathi Sandai and Saithan respectively, on Diwali, decided to postpone.

Kaashmora, however, will lock horns at the box office with another much-anticipated movie, Kodi, a political thriller, in which Dhanush plays a double role.

Kaashmora is a multi-genre period film with elements of horror, comedy and action. The film is directed by Gokul. Its music has been scored by Santhosh Narayanan.