Kaalidas Movie Review: The movie opens with an aerial shot of a multi-storey condo. A woman falls from the terrace and dies on spot. A small police staff, headed by the devoted Kaalidas (Bharath), examines the physique and assumes it to be a suicide case. The case takes an fascinating flip when a few extra such incidents occur and Kaalidas begins engaged on it significantly – another reason for his spouse Vidya (Ann Seethal) to fret as she feels, of late, the previous is not spending sufficient time along with her.
Kaalidas’s senior officer (performed by Suresh Menon), too, joins him when the case turns into difficult although they handle to discover a frequent hyperlink between the deaths. Meanwhile, Vidya befriends their new tenant, after which dhe finds solace in his firm. Will Kaalidas have the ability to nab the killer and save his sinking marital life?
The film has the required parts of a suspense thriller and the efficiency of lead artistes, too, elevate the first rate script. But the typical manufacturing high quality and lack of fringe of the seat moments, spoiled the movie’s possibilities to go to the subsequent degree. The pre-climax portion and a twist in the direction of the tip make it up for a similar although. What actually issues in a homicide thriller is the killer’s motive behind the assassination and the way in which it’s carried out, and right here, these ought to have been extra convincing.
The music by Vishal Chandrasekhar helps the movie keep the temper in lots of scenes; although it turns into loud in a few scenes. The period (somewhat greater than 2 hours) and lack of pointless deviation from the principle plot are main positives of the movie.
Bharath matches nicely within the position of a devoted and careworn cop. Ann Seethal makes a notable debut as a dejected homemaker and Suresh Menon makes his presence felt in lots of scenes because the senior cop. Kaalidas is a fairly participating whodunit which might have been manner higher.