‘Kismat’ review: Shows the lives of B.Tech students

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Rating: 2.75/5

Starring Naresh Agastya, the upcoming full-length comedy entertainer starring Abhinav Gomtham, Vishwadev Rachakonda, Rhea Suman, Ajay Ghosh and Avasarala Srinivas, produced by Comrade Film Factory and directed by Srinath Badineni, the film will release on 2nd of this month. Let’s see how it performs at the box office.


Naresh, Abhinav and Vishwadev, three close friends and B.Tech students, move to Hyderabad for job opportunities. During job trials, Naresh develops a romantic relationship with Riya. Concurrently, the paths of political leaders Ajay Ghosh and Temper Vamsi cross. A mysterious person offers a lucrative backdoor job for 10 lakhs, leaving Ajay Ghosh with a loss of 2 crores. This turning point brings turmoil to the friends’ lives, and tests their resilience to the hardships that come with a large sum of money. Avasala Srinivas gets entangled in their journey, which leads to further twists in the story. One has to delve deeper into the film to know the intricacies.

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The first part unfolds as a rural comedy, which turns into a trip to Hyderabad with a significant interlude centered around the search for money. In the second part, the story highlights the challenges posed by that money, which is similar to a funny but confusing Tom and Jerry encounter. The story complexly addresses the proliferation of engineering colleges, job shortage and government fee reimbursement, presenting a humorous perspective on serious issues. The film ends with a clever twist in the climax, which adds an unexpected dimension to the plot. The entire cast performed admirably, showcasing their aptitude for comedy and impeccable comic timing. Laughter and joy echo throughout the film, with Sameer’s arrival at the end adding a pleasant twist to the story.


The film excels in its storytelling, storytelling and dialogue delivery, which adds a significant boost to its overall appeal. The second part, full of money lust and confusion, is well crafted. The cinematography and production values ‚Äč‚Äčcontribute positively to the viewing experience, as well as an appropriate background score that enhances the comedic elements. Though the songs may not be anything special, the film portrays the life of B.Tech students effectively, leaving a positive impact on the audience.

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