Kalavar King is a regular run of the mill story narrated with nothing but lethargy and incoherence.
Rajesh (Nikhil), hailing from a middle class family, has the gift of gab which he employs to get loans from all and sundry. Shruti (Swetha Basu Prasad) loses her gold chain gifted to her by her cousin Narendar Shetty (Ajay) who wants to marry her. Meanwhile, Rajesh retrieves the gold chain but pawns it to raise money for a friend. Then there is a little twist that leads to a predictable climx.
Nikhil is good in his role. Swetha Basu Prasad is wasted. Ajay is as villainous as ever. Kasi Viswanath and Ahuti Prasad essay their roles well. Ali, Raghubabu, Venumadhav and Dharmavarapu Subrahmanyam fail to tickle the funny bone. All others just go through their motions.
The story is not punctuated by credible incidents and the screenplay is shoddy and is unable to continuously get the attention of the viewer. Characters are not properly delineated and the dialogues lack the spice or punch. Music is just average. Cinematography by Balamurugan is the only saving grace of the film.
Kalavar King is just an average fare and not at all entertaining.
The Cast and Crew
Nikhil, Swetha Basu Prasad, Ajay, Ali, Raghubabu, Venumadhav, Dharmavarapu Subrahmanyam, Kasi Viswanath, Ahuti Prasad, Bharat and others
Cinematography : Balamurugan
Music : Anil
Dialogues : Chandoo Mondeti
Producer: Srinivasa Rao & A. Chandrasekhar
Banner : Sri Sai Krishna Productions
2 out of 5
Review by Deen Kumar
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