Muni 2 Kanchana – Sarathkumar acting is worth
Kanchana is advertised as Muni part-2. This is a horror movie in Tamil cinema after a long time. After the good revenues “Eeram” movie generated, a host of horror movies filled the screen. But, most of them disappointed the audience expectations. Here is another one to join the list. Cheap graphics, unscrupulous songs and a weak script make the audience squirm in their seats right from the beginning. The only good aspect about the movie Muni 2 Kanchana is Sarathkumar’s realistic acting. Music by Thaman is also noteworthy.
The story of the Muni 2 Kanchana is more or less similar to Muni part-1. Raghava Lawrence is a weird grown up who wants his mother to accompany him to bathroom. Sarathkumar is a transvestite whose sole aim to make his fellow transvestite a doctor. His hard earned land is snatched from him by a villain politician. Sarathkumar and co are killed by the villain and buried in the same disputable land. Raghava becomes their victim when he accidentally steps into the ground to play cricket. Since then, all his family members are haunted by various supernatural happenings.
Muni 2 Kanchana similar to Muni Part 1
Raghava Lawrence starts to behave like a cross dresser and show signs of being possessed by various ghosts. The family approaches a Baba to save him, who succeeds in extracting the flashback from the ghosts and traps them in a jar. He gives Raghava a talisman and warns him not to remove it, as the ghosts might possess him again. The kindhearted guy removes it to help the ghosts, touched by the injustice done to them. In an easily guessable climax, the ghosts take their revenge using Raghava’s body.
Muni 2 Kanchana awkward graphics
What is gross in the Muni 2 Kanchana is the awkward graphics. Most of the scenes which could have been fearful bring laugh to the lips of the audience. Even kids are not scared by the film as they see much better graphics in Jetix. But again, it becomes the plus point for the film. It is a comedy horror movie which can be watched with the whole family. You can take any kid to the movie without second thought that they might get scared.
The Muni 2 Kanchana would have been much better if it would have been directed without unnecessary songs, irritating comedy and weak story line. Background music saves the film in many places. Just wait until the movie Muni 2 Kanchana appears for the ‘first time in world television’ very soon during the festive season.