Critic’s Rating : 3.0 / 5
Kshamisi Nimma Khatheyalli Hanavilla Movie Review : Kshamisi Nimma Khatheyalli Hanavilla
The story of Kshamisi Nimma Katheyalli Hanavilla, which doesn’t have chest-thumping dialogues or mass elements, thrives solely on the content. Kudos to director Vinayaka Kodsara for taking up such a subject.
Shankra, a miser who runs a fertiliser shop, thinks twice before spending a single paisa, So, what happens when he loses over Rs 2,000 during an online transaction? Desperate, he goes to Bengaluru and meets advocate Padma (Aindrita Ray) to recover his money through legal means. There is a love track of Shankra and Soumya (Ranjani Raghavan) which brings freshness to the subject. Scenic locations and flavour of the local language work for the movie.
In the second half, the story gets intense. Actors Diganth, Aindrita Ray and Ranjani Raghavan do justice to their roles. The director deserves credit for touching upon a subject which is not talked about much in films.
– B Somashekar