Tagline: Beware of this Thriller else KICHAAK!!!
Chitra (Anjali) is an assistant professor residing in a hostel researching about paranormal activities. But strangely Chitra acts as if she is possessed lesbian which leaves her near and dear in panic. Psychiatrist Shanmukha Neelakanta (Jaya Prakash) dealing Chitra’s case tries to prove she is a maniac turning down her haunting dream a mere hallucination. However, challenging the doctor and all her naysayers about her dream, the murder in it, Chitra flies to US. What happened to Chitra in US and how did she chase her dream and the death mystery in it forms the rest of the story.
Anjali: Perhaps the talented actress was carried away by something more than content merit. Though she tried to did justice to the role offered blindly following her director, this can be the most messed up film in her career.
The rest of the cast including Jaya Prakash, Raja Ravindra, Sindhutulani etc are confined to namesake performances in this mindless drama.
Even Saptagiri’s comedy can not offer you the much needed relief.
There is an interesting concept in this film, but the way it was presented fails to impress the audiences. At times, we feel that the film is more or less like a short film. Sometimes, it appears as an extended movie too. The boredom repeatedly occurs as there is no other scope to bring into the screenplay except for the concept that was to be executed.
Selva-Swamy’s music and re-recording are the most mediocre aspects of this confused film.
Nothing to mention.
Chitrangadha is the most confused and amateurish suspense thriller that can kill you with boredom. Better skip this film, else KICHAAK!!!