Kaartic Anithaa Movie Preview
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Starring: Rathan, Manju
Direction: Sri Hari
Music: Jack Anand
Production: Shankar V Rajan
This Friday, romance will be the flavor. We have two romantic tales releasing this weekend, one of which is Aanandha Thandavam. Giving Siddharth and Tamannah company at the box office will be debutantes Rathan and Manju in Kaartic Anithaa. Written and directed by Sri Hari, former assistant of Sundar. C, Kaartic Anithaa is produced under the King Magic banner.

There never has been a dearth of love stories in theaters, it is without argument the most favored genre amongst film
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makers. It is also the safest bet when you are making a film with two newcomers. A well made romance can work wonders at the box office even without star presence, many films have proved this before. Kaartic Anithaa hopes to belong to that group of well made, instantly likeable love stories that will strike a chord with everyone. The unit says that the film is a simple and cute love story, something that can happen in any one of our lives. The story follows the growth of a relationship between a young boy and a girl from friendship to love and the very simple incidents in their daily lives that pave the way for love to bloom. The film is completely devoid of all masala elements: fights, item songs, glamour, double edged dialogues etc. It will be a perfect watch for the family, say the makers of the film. In essence, this is a colorful narration of a simple love story.

The director has used two cinematographers to clearly demarcate two portions of the story, a novel and rarely used method, it must be said. The music by debutante Jack Anand feels good and is expected to be a positive aspect of the movie. At the box office, the universal appeal of its theme gives Kaartic Anithaa a fair chance, in spite of basically being a debutante venture.
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