Kanchana(2011) | Indian Horror Stories


Kanchana: Muni 2 (2011)
Kanchana: Muni 2 poster Rating: 6.6/10 (655 votes)
Director: Lawrence Raghavendra
Writer: Lawrence Raghavendra
Stars: Lawrence Raghavendra, Raai Laxmi, Sarath Kumar, Kovai Sarala
Runtime: 160 min
Rated: N/A
Genre: Comedy, Crime, Horror
Released: 15 Aug 2011
Plot: All hell breaks loose when Raghava is possessed by an evil spirit.

My Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars (4.9 / 5)

Ssupperrr entertaining movie!!! I had a blast watching this film. Honestly, I was just having a glimpse of this movie on YouTube, luckily I ended up on to a comedy scene, it was damn funny I was almost rolling on the floor laughing. Then I decided to watch the whole movie. Surprisingly it was the best decision I could have ever made.?

It was a fantastic horror comedy movie. Raghavendra Lawrence has proved this talent in this film. His versatile acting skills, his mesmerizing dance skills are really appreciable??. The movie has many hilarious scenes especially with Kovai Sarala(Raghava’s Mom) and Devadarshini Chetan(Raghava’s Sister-in-law). Their word fight super funny and entertaining. I saw this movie in Hindi dubbed. The way they have added Marathi, Gujarati and Hindi dialogues are hysterically funny. You will laugh like a child in comedy scenes.

Raghava has managed to get the horror perfectly in the film. The supernatural powers of Kanchana acted by Raghava are nicely clubbed. All credit goes to Raghava for his tremendous versatility especially in terms of acting. This movie is worth watching. If you have not watched it yet, don’t miss it. I bet you will be totally entertained. There is a Bollywood film which is the Hindi remake of Kanchana is going to come in the year 2020 called “Laxmmi Bomb” featuring Akshay Kumar.

This film is based on a great message. In our society, trans genders are always discriminated. We never accept them as a part of our society.Each being in this Universe is indeed unique, and an integral part of Nature. It would thus be wrong to judge and discriminate people who may be different from the stereotype, which again is man-made. However, they do a lot of hard work to make their lives better. They always want their kids to get admission in general schools like other children. But there also face discrimination and rejections. Their lives are really difficult. Salute to those who still manage to the individuals who have written their own success stories with the help of their endowment, hard work, dedication, and perseverance.

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