Film Critic: Goher Iqbal Punn
Director: Karan Gour
Cast: Rasika Dugal, Alekh Sangal and Nikita Anand
Starring Rasika Dugal, Alekh Sangal and Nikita Anand, the flick is the directorial venture of Karan Gour. Kshay is a psycho thriller and holds the viewers attention from the initials frames till the climax. The film carries enticing storyline and catchy script. The execution of the subject on screen is what you start liking it.
Kshay talks about a woman and her increasing fixation with a statute. The woman (Rasika Dugal) is not in a position to purchase the sculpture. But it does stop her to making the planning for getting it. As the movie grows and glides on you, you begin viewing the fact that she is more than willing to go to any kind of extent to have it. Simultaneously he will gets disguised as a skirmish between sanity and delusion.
The plot is much interesting and grabs the viewer’s attention from the outset. The screenplay has been written by the director of the movie Karan Gour with gusto. Although it is catchy but features few flaws. Since the overall outcome of the movie is grabbing and appealing, the viewer ignores the flaws. Direction is first rate. Cinematography is luminous. Editing is crispy. Background score is wonderful.
Rasika Dugal plays the character of rattled woman with perfection and finesse. Her blank expressions too speak volumes. Alekh Sangal enacts the role of a loving but puzzled husband. He essays the part adroitly.
The film has appealing values for the viewers and they would not disappoint watching it rather would love it thoroughly.
On the whole, Kshay is a brilliantly made psycho thriller.
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