Goon and good samaritan clash, goon has a change of heart and parts ways with his mentor and boss, good samaritan falls for ‘reformed’ goon and they both plan to marry. But that’s before the goon is caught by the police...
K Manju’s team is prompt in crediting Chithiram Pesudadi director Myskin for the story and screenplay of Kicha Hucha. They also play safe and simply translate the bulk of the dialogues from the original. What a time-saver! But the effect is entirely different.
Granted, Sudeep and Ramya share a terrific chemistry, with all the bickering and sullen silences. Granted also that they are huge stars. But what about the story and the actors? The screenplay here suffers from unnecessary build-up to either character and sometimes the lines uttered by these two instantly lose their impact.
Still, left to their own devices, actors Sudeep and Ramya are a treat to watch, along with the support cast and pleasing choreography and rough-n-tumble action. Harikrishna’s two songs are already on everybody’s lips while poor Srivenkat’s camera seems to have encountered a ghost or two! Kicha Hucha could have been better.