Synopsis/Plot : A political thriller about a photojournalist tackling the youth political icon in his own style.
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A stylish commercial entertainer!
KO has every ingredient of an entertainer - a juicy premise, a good star cast, foot tapping music and of course interesting foreign locations and the director's love for making stylish and flamboyant films. The director has aptly mixed intelligent and commercial cinema. The film making is nearly fla...(more)
Source: Editorial Board, Behindwoods.com
Ko is a spicy ride.
K V Anand's screenplay moves swiftly during the first half, courtesy the dialogues, and lags slightly in the second. Best of all are the light touches of sarcasm and humor that make it work. The role is a cake-walk for Jiiva. Its Ajmal, however, who happens to be the surprise package. Harris Jeyaraj...(more)
Source: Pavithra Srinivasan, Rediff.com
Ko staggers throughout, pretending to take risks and after the first misstep; it's nothing but a free fall, all the way. The funny thing is the free fall isn't a smooth ride either. It hits every protruding rock. (more)
Source: Rohit Ramachandran, Nowrunning
All credits should go to the script and screenplay. Tautly written, there are hardly any logical loopholes. Jeeva is impressive and played his part exceedingly well. Karthika brings out the nuances needed for the role well. Ajmal is a revelation. Piaa is adequate. Harris Jayaraj is a major attractio...(more)
Source: Editorial Board, IndiaGlitz.com
All set to lord over the box office this summer!
Anand and Subha, who are credited with the screenplay, never let a dull moment creep in, peppering it with contemporary events. Jiiva gets a character-driven role in 'Ko', and comes out with flying colors. Pia Bajpai does a superb job. Karthika makes a confident debut in Tamil, though she is found w...(more)
Source: Venkateswaran N, Times Of India
A game, enjoyable and vibrant!
Emerging slowly, but steadily as a maker of commercial bonanzas with credulous twists, Anand strikes gold with Ko. Blending the commercial with the realistic is a challenge, but K.V.Anand proves adept at it. Camera person Richard.M.Nathan deserves an award for the visual splendor he provides in Ko. ...(more)
Source: Malathi Rangarajan, The Hindu
‘Ko’ offers a good entertainment
On the whole, ‘Ko’ offers a good entertainment for the audiences. But, if K.V. Anand would have trimmed the duration of unwanted elements; it would have been an engrossing drama.(more)
Source: Editorial Board, cinefundas.com
Hats off to K.V.Anand. He has done the impossible; by making a film which is realistic at the same time has all the packaging's of a commercial entertainer. Ko will surely satisfy all sections of the audiences. Ko is a triumph of honest writing. Commercial ingredients are mixed well to make it a rac...(more)
Source: MovieBuzz, Sify.com
Good screenplay and twists ...Good film ..racy entertainer (more)
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|Country||2nd Weekend||3rd Weekend||Opening Weekend|
|UK (€ )||21778.00||5810.00||32328.00|
|No.||Song Title||Lyric Writer||Performer(s)||Listen here|
|1||“Aga Naga”||Pa.vijay||Vijay Prakash, Tippu, Ranina Reddy, Priya Subramaniam, Solar Sai|
|2||“Enamo Aedho”||Madhan Karky, Sricharan, Emcee Jesz||Aalaap Raju, Prashanthini, Sricharan, Emcee Jesz|
|3||“Gala Gala”||Kapilan||Tippu, Krish, Haricharan, Sayanora Philip|
|4||“Venpaniyae”||Pa.vijay||Sriram Parthasarathy, Bombay Jayashree|
|5||“Netri Pottil”||Madhan Karky||Naresh Iyer|
|6||“Amali Thumali”||Vivegha||Hariharan, Swetha Mohan ,Chinmayi|