Motta Shiva Ketta Shiva Movie Review
Writer & Director : Sai Ramani
Producer : R. B. Choudary
Cast : Raghava Lawrence, Nikki Galrani, Sathyaraj
Music : Amresh Ganesh
Cinematography : Sarvesh Murari
Editor : Praveen K.L
Production company : Super Good Films
Running Time : 152 mins
If you’ve decided to watch Raghava Lawrence-Nikki Galrani starrer ‘Motta Shiva Ketta Shiva’, then we have it all written for you.
Rule #1 – Refrain from getting aggravated at any point of movie, although it has 20-25 places, where you’ll be forced to.
Rule #2 – Never ever complain about the logics
Rule #3 – Don’t try to be a brainiac analyzing; your energy will be drained.
Motta Siva Ketta Siva, of course is a remake of super hit Telugu movie ‘Pattaas’, which has a 100% commercially loaded formulae. But then, when we happen to see it all over here in Tamil version, it all reminiscences us off Balakrishna’s 80s styled movie. The hero keeps yelling at everyone. Of course, at a point of time, he declares himself to be ‘Half Mental’ and so you’ve to accept the pain. On the other end, Ashutosh Rana – the baddie out here keeps up his high pitched voice and maybe, he is good with what he performs too. OMG! Nikki Galrani is known for her glamorous appeal, but we never expected that she would step towards the down grade of overexposure, especially in songs.
The film has an old-patterned storyline that we have almost declined to appreciate or at least watch up. But this could turn to be an appealing show for sub-urban and rural audiences, who might follow our ‘3 Rules to follow before watching MSKS’.
Technically, the songs are well tailored for the panache of Raghava Lawrence and he amuses up with his usual style. His dialogue deliveries and action sequences are commendable as it looks befittingly for the mass Masala role. Sathyaraj does proper justice to his role and others in the cast have rendered their best.
Overall, Motta Siva Ketta Siva is definitely not for the ones who strongly follow the critics’ pick. If you’re on the other side, who doesn’t care about such analysis and least expectations are to sit back, laugh out loud, enjoy the glamorous show of misses and clap out for the punch dialogues and action sequences of hero, then you can take a watch.