DVD Krishnanum Radhayum

DVD Krishnanum Radhayum
DVD Krishnanum Radhayum

Rating: 1.7
Genres: Romance
Director: Pandit Santhosh
Writers: Pandit Santhosh
Stars: Souparnika, Rupa Jith, Devika
The film is the love story of John (Santhosh Pandit) and Radha who are from rich families, born in different religions. They fall in love and get married against the wish of their families and had to live separated from their families. They struggled financially and were in the middle of several other problems. Two young girls Rugmini and Sreelatha came in to John’s life and caused chaos in their married life. John’s enemies teamed up against him to make John’s and Radha’s life worse. How John fought against all odds and what John had to sacrifice form the rest of the story. Written by Anonymous
Country: India
Release Date: 21 October 2011 (India)
Box Office
Budget: INR 200,000 (estimated)


  1. In spite of watching the widely unpopular trailers online, I decided I had to watch this movie at the theater. I walked in expecting to get a few laughs at the expense of the amateur actors & director. But what I didn't expect that the film would be able to cross the threshold of my tolerance to bad script, bad acting, pathetic action & direction. This movie is worthy to be called "suck at multiple levels". The only positive takeaways I had were : I might have watched this movie at a multiplex & lost more money; I was able to get few laughs out of the scenes which were meant to be serious or sentimental, all thanks to "new lows" in the field of acting

  2. After watching so many clips on YouTube etc, on Santhosh Pandit and listening and reading materials from others who were simply angered and upset by Santosh's confidence and remarks, I decided to finally see his film. I actually believe that his film is lot better than most commercially successful malayalam films released in the last 5 years!

    I have watched, assessed & discussed some of the greatest movies of our masters in the last 44 years of my life ( ie Bergman, Ray, Scorcese, Kubrick, Fellini & Kurosawa ). So I do know about good and bad films. I think Santhosh has taken key elements of typical Malayalam films ( some of them, sad to say, very successful at the box office ) and deliberately mixed them into his film. I say well done Santhosh ! Perhaps some of the existing Malayalam filmmakers will watch your movie and feel ashamed that they have simply fooled the public with monotonous rubbish for so song !!

    OK, OK, he ain't no Borat, but I say Congrats to Santhosh ! Make more films like these !!

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